Maralal and Beyond

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If you need information about Maralal and Beyond, here is a page to help you get there. Maralal is a frontier town, the beginning of the Great Northern wilderness and the staging post for many great adventures.

This simple town is a thriving centre for the local Samburu people, and the streets are always busy with camels, passing warriors and traders

More Information about Maralal Town and its Forest in Northern Kenya

Beyond Maralal lies some of Kenya’s most beautiful country. Here the broad arid plains give way to the spectacular Loroghi Hills and the high, wild Matthews ranges.

Dry river beds course through this land, and have become the tracks and routes of nomadic camel trains.

The wild country between Maralal and Turkana is ideal for the adventure seeker.

Here in these vast empty spaces, there is freedom to explore and lose yourself in the wild.

Whether you want to take a truck to Turkana or a camel through Samburu land, this is your starting point.

Getting Around - Maralal is accessible from Nairobi via either Baringo or Isiolo, by either bus/matatu or private transport. There is an airstrip servicing charter aircraft.

Driving time from Nairobi is approximately 6 hours. Accessing the North from Maralal can be difficult without private transport. Maralal is a good base for organized safaris.

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