Northern Frontier The Northern Frontier District is a vast expanse of scrub desert extending north from the foothills of Mt. Kenya to the emerald waters of Lake Turkana. It is a magnificent wilderness with dramatic rock formations, towering mesas and green riverine forest that break the rolling flow of endless sun-scorched plains.
The new building on the property - Ol Malo House - is exclusive to one group of guests, able to accommodate 12 guests with ease. Built in rock, olive wood and with a thatched roof, it continues the hand-crafted tradition established by Colin - but Ol Malo House is designed and created by the whole Francombe family: Colin and Rocky, with Andrew, their son, and daughters Anne and Julia.Learn more »
Ol Malo, the place of the Greater Kudu, is Colin and Rocky Francombe's home. The 5,000 acre ranch and game sanctuary lies along the Uaso Nyiro River on the edge of Kenya's Northern Frontier District. Colin and Rocky Francombe, both born in Kenya of settler families, designed and built Ol Malo.Learn more »
Sarara Camp is situated to the north of Ol Donyo Sabache (Ol Lolokwe), just below Warges peak, in the fabled Mathews Mountains of Northern Kenya. The Namunyak Wildlife Conservation Trust where Sarara camp is located, is an area of approximately 75,000 hectares is home to the proud Samburu tribes.Learn more »