- National Parks
Amboseli National Park.
- Major Hills and Deserts
Ngong Hills, the Nyiri Desert
- Lakes, Rivers and Waterfalls
Lake Magadi (Kenya's greatest producer of salt)
- Animal Reserves
Maasai Mara National Reserve (The Mara Conservancies).
- Agricultural Activities
The main human livelihood activity is pastoralism and cattle trading.
- Art and Culture
The Maasai culture incorporates art and tradition, making it a unique attraction for tourists locally and abroad.
- The Maasai Culture
The Maasai community in Kajiado have been worldly renowned for their strong and adept cultural heritage and exquisite art and jewellery.
- Safari Lodges, Camps and Resorts
Tortili Camp, Amboseli Serena, Ol Tukai Lodge, Amboseli Porini Camp, Maasai Game Reserve Lodge, Amboseli Sopa Lodge, Ol Kanjau Tented Camp,
Kambi Ya Kanzi, Satao Elerai Camp, Sentrim Amboseli, Serena Safari Lodge, Tawi Lodge, Kibo Villa.
- Tourist and Public Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks)
Monetary institutions (banks) available in Kajiado, Kiserian and Ngong towns, petrol stations, police stations and posts, learning institutions
and medical facilities are also available. Various curio shops located along the major roads and towns where one could buy traditional artifacts
and jewellery and learn the Maasai Culture.
- Ruins and Historical Sites
Olorgasaile Prehistoric Site.
Kajiado county is easily accessible by road; the county is also served by public transport vehicles and tour operators who visit the
Maasai Mara which is a global tourist destination in Narok County and other attraction sites in the neighbouring counties.