Once almost entirely a livestock region, Laikipia is now one of the most successful and progressive conservation areas in Kenya, offering visitors a personalised, adventurous and luxurious safari experience. A patchwork quilt of private reserves as a visitor to Laikipia you are welcomed into exquisite owner run properties nestled at the heart of wildlife rich lands.
Staying on a private reserve provides the opportunity for a more diverse safari experience. An exhilarating morning game drive can be followed by a picnic lunch along the banks of the wending Ewaso Nyiro River and an afternoon exploring the reserve on foot in the company of camels.
Laikipia harbours a wealth of endangered species, including half of Kenya’s 600 black rhino. There is also a good chance of spotting wild dog. Grevy’s zebra are also prevalent; a quarter of Africa’s remaining population lives here, alongside more than 20,00 elephant which migrate between Mt. Kenya and Laikipia.