Directions for a self-drive  

The road from Nairobi to Narok  town takes about 4 hours, depending on traffic. Both roads are good to drive on. Note that only the last 10 to 15 minutes to us are dirt road.

 

From Narok it takes about 1,5 to get to our place, Sekenani side. 

Once in Narok, enter Sekenani Gate and follow the C12. It is only one way that one must follow. 

Use google maps to get to us & you will see a small white sign on the lefthand side of the road after you have passed the sign of AA lodge

Directions by Air

2). Flying to Keekorok airstrip from Nairobi Wilson Airport

Link for the best fares:

www.fly748.com

Please make sure to change from Jomo Kenyatta Airport to Wilson airport. The flight takes roughly 60 minutes. The flying distance is 180 km.  

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Private 
Pick up & drop off service in Kenya 

Please download our rate sheet to see our pick up & drop off fees. 

Contact us or up to date information on the above.

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Local Transport

The cheapest way is to travel by local transport. The matatu is a typical East African Way of travelling and low budget. A one way ticket from Nairobi to the Masai Mara (Sekenani town) is usually +/- 10 dollars per person.

 

The driver might ask an extra fare for your bags, depending on the amount and size of the bags.We are happy to arrange this for you. Make sure to be ready at Syakomau station in Nairobi. Then take the matatu towards Narok town. From Narok town, change into the second one towards the Masai Mara (Sekenani Town). 

 

The matatu only leaves once the bus is full. A traveltip could be to buy an extra seat for not only more legspace, but also to travel sooner!