Marsabit National Park

Marsabit National Park

Marsabit National Park

“A remote paradise for nature lovers”

Far to the north of Kenya, a densely forested mountain and three crater lakes provide a haven for a variety of birdlife, mammals and reptiles. The beautiful Marsabit National Park is a refuge for huge tusked bull elephants, diverse birdlife and reptiles. Hikes in the dense forest, wreathed in mist can be enjoyed along with camel rides, bird watching and visits to the singing wells.

The Marsabit National Park is a national park and nature reserve located at Mount Marsabit in northern Kenya, near the town of Marsabit. It is located 560 km north of Nairobi in Marsabit County in the former Eastern Province and its reserve is noted for its zebra population and bird sanctuary

Park activities

Bird watching

Corporate & Special Events

Game viewing


Singing Wells

How to get there

Distance: 560 km north of Nairobi.263 km north of Isiolo.

Gates: 2 Gates; Ahmed with an exit at Karare, and Abdul to the park headquarters

Roads: from Nairobi, the reserve is reached via Nanyuki and lsiolo a distance of 570 km. The road is paved up to Merille leaving a distance of 120 km of murram road that is only motor-able by 4 wheel-drive vehicles during the dry season.

Airstrips: there is an airstrip at Marsabit, 4km from the Park’s main gate.

By Air: The reserve is 2 hrs by air from Nairobi and is adequately served by a tarmac airstrip located about one kilometer from Marsabit town centre.


  • Three craters
  • Lake paradise
  • Last refuge of the huge-tusked bull elephants
  • Pristine Forest
  • Diverse bird life
  • A variety butterfly


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