The Maralal Safari Lodge is 3kms out of Maralal Town. A little Swiss chalet-like in appearance, the lodge offers generous, high ceiling timbered rooms, a welcoming restaurant and bar, and a terrace looking out over the water hole of the Maralal National Sanctuary. The 250 sq km Maralal National Sanctuary and Yamo Forest, looks out over the majestic Ol Doinyo Lenkiyo Mountains of northern Kenya, and is home to zebra, baboon, impala, eland, warthog, buffalo and hyena. Maralal itself is famous for the Maralal International Camel Derby, which usually takes place in the second week of August.
Maralal Safari Lodge is 350 km north of Nairobi and lies 3km north of Maralal town. The Lodge is easily accessible by air from almost anywhere in Kenya to a landing strip used by the lodge. By road travel from Nyahururu along the C77 road, Isiolo along the A2, C79 and C78, or from the south-west at Lake Baringo along the eastbound C78.
Accommodation and Meals
Maralal lodge holds a 48 bed capacity, with adequate visitor facilities. All Rooms are En-suite & well appointed
Maralal Safari Lodge Welcome Wildlife Reserve, the most historic Colonial Era safari lodges in northern Kenya located in the unique Maralal National Sanctuary: the very heart of Samburu County, Kenya. Fully renovated in 2019. Owned and operated by Tulips Foo