Kenya’s Northern Frontier

Kenya’s Northern Frontier Sunsets 

 Kenya’s Northern Frontier is the wildest, remotest and least visited area of the country. Huge expanses of arid desert and semi-desert are inhabited only by nomads. However, there are some gems to see such as the Matthews Mountain Range, Karisia Hills and Lake Turkana.

Kenya’s Northern Frontier is the wildest, remotest and least visited area of the country. It consist of huge expanses of arid desert and semi-desert are inhabited only by highly nomadic pastoralists such as the Pokot, Turkana, Samburu, Gabra, Rendille, Borana and Soyei.

Camels walk along rutted dusty tracks alongside hardy cattle, donkey and their herders. There are huge mountain ranges, the great expanse of Lake Turkana and mile upon mile of harsh unforgiving desert.

Most of Kenya’s Northern Frontier is inaccessible to regular tourists, with only the hardiest of back-packers making journeys up into this area. However, there are a few places that are currently possible to reach, the Matthews Mountain Range, Karisia Hills and Lake Turkana. Exciting spots you could not find anywhere else in Kenya. However, these are not for everybody. Due to the remoteness of the area no scheduled flights go here. Access is by private charter or Helicopter from Nanyuki or Nairobi and stays are really strictly for those of an adventurous nature.


Why Visit Kenya’s Northern Frontier.

  • Visit a wild, remote and least visited part of Kenya.
  • Experience and learn but the unique culture of the local nomadic people of Kenya’s Northern Frontier.
  • The adventurous nature of Kenya’s Northern Frontier.
  • Go on a walking camel safari the area is famed for.
  • Visit an arid desert and semi-desert are just north of the Equator at Kenya’s Northern Frontier.

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