The SpaceWe offer accommodation in traditional Maasai mud huts that have been slightly modified with modern amenities like flush toilets, showers, and elevated ceilings so one can stand upright inside the hut. Guest AccessGuests are welcome to explore the village including the restaurant, the reception area, and your individual hut. The ranch is walkable too but we recommend taking a guide so you don't get lost. Interaction with GuestsThe Muteleu Family is a welcoming, large extended community. We can interact with our guests as little or as much as they desire. Guests are most welcome to help us with chores like milking the cattle & goats when in season. We can keep you company around the bonfire at night with singing and dancing or leave you alone to star gaze under the southern cross and orion constellations. The NeighborhoodWe are a neighborhood of Maasai tribesmen who farm goats, cows and sheep. We co-exist peacefully with the wild giraffe, wildebeest, ostrich, buffalo, birds, warthogs, and zebra. We are a pastoralist community living in a semi-arid part of Kenya so we're often moving with our cows to greener rangelands when the rains fail. Getting AroundThe village is 2 kilometers from the tarmac road and 2.5 kilometers from the bus stop. Public buses going to Loitokitok can drop guests at the Merrueshi bus stop just before reaching the Simba cement factory. We generally walk everywhere we need to go. If in a hurry then motorbike taxis are also available.