Don’t miss a night at Maralal Safari Lodge while on your safari in Northern Kenya.
Offering comfortable accommodation and located about 2.5 km from the frontier town of Maralal (the administrative headquarters of the Samburu people) is the Maralal Lodge, which overlooks a waterhole where wild animals congregate around the only permanentwater in the sanctuary.
The lodge has 12 cottages with fire-places and en-suite facilities. There’s also a swimming pool.
Guests can sit on the terrace and watch the animals from the surrounding Maralal National Sanctuary, where there are good opportunities for visitors to watch leopards on bait from the safety of a hide.
Also situated in Maralal is a tin-roofed bungalow, now converted into a nationalmonument, where Mzee Jomo Kenyatta was detained in 1961 before he was released to lead Kenya to independence in 1963.