Feel the wind in your hair and the sun on your back as you get close to wildlife in the pristine bush on horseback safaris. Enjoy the thrills of camel rides as you trudge the wilderness on these gentle creatures. Combine your safari with a stop at a local village for an insight into the Samburu culture. Take time to enjoy the best of Ol Malo and you will not be disappointed. The magical formula of world-class facilities, personal service and great food will see you coming back time and again.

Ol Malo is a privately-owned game sanctuary on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in Kenya's wild and beautiful North Eastern Province - 5000 acres of spectacular bush country overlooked by Mount Kenya and teeming with the elusive antelope from which the land takes its name. In this majestic setting - on a rock escarpment on the edge of the Laikipia Plateau,bordering the tribal heartlands of the nomadic Samburu people – the Francombe family and their Samburu neighbours have created a home for themselves and a dream destination for the privileged few who seek a glimpse into the true heart of Africa.

Near the original family home a comfortable sitting and dining room welcome guests to one of Kenya’s most breathtaking views. Ideal for honeymooners and couples, a maze of slated pathways wind down to four rock and olive wood cottages. Nestled in the cliffs each room has its own veranda and complete privacy, with ensuite bathrooms and the famous Francombe baths. Looking out from cosy cedar post beds, large picture windows frame Mt Kenya and the constantly changing landscape. An infinity pool adds to the beauty as well as the amenity of the lodge.

Ice cold drinks and lunch, al fresco, is served at the pool and is a very informal affair, followed by an afternoon by the pool, relaxing or a visit to the Ol Malo shop.

Horse riding, camel riding, nature walks, night drives, picnic breakfasts, lunches, river walks, sundowners on the rocks, barbeques in the bush, a visit to the Samburu workshop, the use of a helicopter to get a birds eye view are some of the many activities on-site and offers guests an experience of a life time.

Ol Malo is a privately-owned game sanctuary on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in Kenya's wild and beautiful North Eastern Province - 5000 acres of spectacular bush country overlooked by Mount Kenya and teeming with the elusive antelope from which the land takes its name. In this majestic setting - on a rock escarpment on the edge of the Laikipia Plateau,bordering the tribal heartlands of the nomadic Samburu people – the Francombe family and their Samburu neighbours have created a home for themselves and a dream destination for the privileged few who seek a glimpse into the true heart of Africa.They are pleased to be able to share their vision, their experience and their way of life with guests from around the world, either in the hospitality of the family home or in a large self-contained house in the grounds of one of the most stunning properties in east Africa.

To stay at Ol Malo is to live by a different rhythm – measure the day by the timeworn patterns of nature.  Wake up to see the awe inspiring sunrise, framing the snow-capped peaks of Mt. Kenya.  Celebrate the new day with a dawn ride into the wilderness to view the animals as they awake.  Feel the night’s chill burn off with the rising of the great equatorial sun while enjoying a bush breakfast.  Keep the tempo of the world by the roll of the camel’s stride.  Visit the colorful Samburu nomads of the North and sink with the dying sun into the waters of the pool.  At night luxuriate in the peace and comfort of Ol Malo and tune into the magical sounds of wild Africa while dining under an ancient starscape.

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