- Animal Reserves
Maasai Mara Game Reserve (The Maasai Mara Conservancies).
- Unique Features in Narok County
The Maasai community in Narok County have been worldly renowned for their strong and adept cultural heritage and exquisite art and jewellery. Many
tourists flock the county annually to see the Maasai, their songs and culture.
- Agricultural Activities
The Maasai community are mainly are mainly livestock keepers. Crop farming is also practised in the region. Main crops include wheat, maize,
barley and beans.
- Safari Lodges, Camps and Resorts
Mara Serena Lodge, Royal Mara Safari Lodge, Mara Simba Lodge, Mara Sopa Lodge, Mpata Safari Club, Saruni Lodge, Mara Hippo Lodge, David Livingstone
Safari Lodge, Il Moran Camp, Governors Camp, Shompole Mara Camp, Mara Intrepids Club, Olonana Camp, Mara Porini Camp, Fairmont Mara Club, Mara Sarova Camp,
Kichwa Tembo Camp, Mara Timbo Camp, Base Camp, Sekenani Camp, Ol Seki Mara Camp.
- Tourist Facilities and Public Grounds (Parks)
Monetary institutions (banks) available in Narok and Kipsigis towns, and other towns and major trading centres within Narok County, petrol stations,
police stations and police posts, learning institutions and medical facilities also available in the county. Various curo shops are located at various
parts of the county where tourists can visit and buy artifacts and the unmatched, unique Maasai jewellery.
Narok is easily accessible by road. The airstrip at Narok has also positively affected tourism in the region by taking light flights of tourists and
local leaders, athletes and national leaders that visit the area regularly for various community based activities.