Laikipia is a beautiful and remote region between Mount Kenya and Samburu. Covering a wide range of landscapes including high altitude plateaus, low forested valleys and deep rocky river gorges, the area has become a sanctuary for elephants, lions, leopards, buffaloes and a wealth of plains game.
The safari lodges in Laikipia are among the most luxurious in Kenya, and the involvement of local Samburu and Masai communities in tourism allows visitors a rare opportunity to meet local people in a genuine situation.
Situated in the beautiful Loisaba Conservancy in Laikipia, Loisaba Tented Camp is one of the most exciting new properties in Kenya.
Rustic yet luxurious, this family-run lodge is set on a vast, wildlife-rich, working cattle ranch on the edge of Laikipia Plateau, with panoramic views of Mount Kenya.
This beautiful camp is in a stunning location within Lewa wildlife/rhino
conservancy, with outstanding game viewing, and spectacular views of
Mount Kenya to the south and arid lowlands to the north.
A delightful home amidst the natural beauty of the Lewa Conservancy, Lewa Wilderness has been providing luxury and hospitality to its guests for 30 years.
Perched on a panoramic hilltop, with miles of sun-streaked savannah spread out below, Mutamaiyu House is a spectacularly refined retreat, offering its guests a unique opportunity to live their own African dream.
Set within a 3000 acre private game sanctuary, in an ancient land where untamed wildlife lives in peaceful harmony among the time honoured expanse of Kenya's wild Northern Frontier District.
This is a beautiful, remote, luxury lodge in Laikipia, overlooking the Ewaso Nyiro River at a picturesque gorge.
A luxury tented camp, owned and run by the local Samburu community with Piers & Hilary Bastard. Nestled into the lower slopes of the Mathews Mountain range, with sweeping views of the Northern Frontier.
Originally a family house, opulent and splendid, ensuring a totally unforgettable experience. It is a combination of environmental sensitivity and elegant design, poised on the crest of a 1500-foot escarpment.
This high quality eco-camp overlooks a small waterhole in the centre of the conservancy. Guests are hosted by an experienced resident management couple.
The camp is hidden in a secluded valley, and is set amongst shady acacia trees on the banks of a seasonal river. It is very environmentally-friendly with solar powered lighting and no generators.