The last major town to stop and refuel your car when heading to Masai Mara Reserve


Narok town is the capital city of the Narok county and it is situated west of Nairobi city. It is the last major town to stop when going to the Masai Mara Reserve.

Narok town supports the Kenya's economy as it holds large farms with many livestock rearing because its natives are mainly Maasai who keeps large number of livestock. Narok town is also home to the famous football club Sofapaka FC which is among the top performing club in Kenya.

The major economic income in the town is tourism which brings large revenue to the town and the whole county. Some people practice wheat farming which is done both in large scale and small scale farms.

The town has only a small museum which displays traditional equipments of the Maasai people and contemporary the Maasai culture. Maasai residents also play part in the tourists attraction as they have different nice culture which attracts the tourists.

Being the largest urban centre in the county, it hosts many traders who sell their goods in wholesale while some of them import goods from outside the country.

The town has the largest number of butcheries because its dwellers are mostly the livestock rearers. Narok town is bestly described by the dressing code of its residents which allows them to mingle with all people.