- National Parks and Game Reserves
Sibiloi National Park (Kenya's most remote national park at Alia Bay), Marsabit National Park and Reserve, Shaba Springs National Reserve.
- Agricultural Activities of Marsabit County
The region around Marsabit and Mount Marsabit has seen lot of agricultural activities take place. The area receives rainfall ranging between
500mm to 1300mm per annum. Crops grown in the area include maize, beans and wheat.
- Geographical View Points and Deserts
The scenic Chalbi Desert.
- Lakes and Rivers
Lake Turkana (the world's largest permanent desert lake).
- Mountains and Major Hills
Mount Kulal (one among the three international biospheres in Kenya), Mount Marsabit.
- National Museums
El Molo Bay Desert Museum (at the shores of Lake Turkana).
- Lodges and Resorts
Normads Trail Hotel, Turkwel Lodge, Jirime Hotel and Resort, Ahmed and Abdul Camp Sites, Al-Yusra Hotel, Hotel Abreham in Moyale, Marsabit Lodge.
- Tourist Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks)
Monetary institutions (banks), learning institutions and medical facilities are available in Marsabit and Laisamis towns and other trading
centres across the county. Police stations and police posts and petrol stations also available. There are curio shops available in Marsabit and Laisamis
which sell local artifacts and jewellery to local and international tourists that visit the region.
- Inland Fishing Activities
The presence of Lake Turkana has been a source of fish for the communities living around the lake region.
Marsabit is accessible by road and air transport. Light aircrafts are able to land at Marsabit airstrip. Marsabit Town lies on the northern road
corridor which connects Kenya to Ethiopia.