Ol Malo is a privately-owned game sanctuary on the banks of the Uaso Nyiro River in Kenya's wild and beautiful eastern Laikipia district. 5000 Acres of spectacular bush country overlooked by Mount Kenya and teeming with the elusive antelope from which the land takes its name (Greater kudu). Ol Malo is run by a Kenyan family, born and raised in the area and have a thorough understanding of the countryside and its inhabitants. Although Ol Malo House is an annexe to the main Ol Malo Lodge close by, it is actually comparable in size and level of facilities.
An overgrazed cattle ranch has been transformed into a world-renowned sanctuary for wild animals that offers visitors an intimate and rare appreciation of Kenya’s culture, local Samburu people and wildlife. Guests will be taken out on a drive in an open vehicle driven by a Samburu guide, and be virtually certain to see such a wide-ranging selection of elusive, wild game, including all the top predators: wild dog, leopard, cheetah, lion, Spotted and Striped hyena. Elephant, buffalo, eland, Grevy's zebra and Greater kudu are but a few of the mammals that roam the plains of Ol Malo. In addition to game drives, the Samburu guides at Ol Malo take guests on fascinating and beautiful nature walks to inspect the smaller species, not to mention the 330 species of birds recorded in the area. For the active and adventurous, guests can go horse riding down towards the river; Cross-country Mountain biking; and running with a Samburu warrior to set the pace.
Travelling on a budget but still want to experience the highlights of Kenya? Then this 11-night itinerary is ideal. Travel with your private local guide and safari vehicle and drive around the countryside to Kenya’s best and most beautiful areas.
Spend 10 nights in pure African luxury on this romantic bush and beach safari tour. Your time will be split between 2 game viewing regions and the pristine, untouched Mombasa coastline
The camp has magnificent views of the snow-capped Mt Kenya as its backdrop, that guests can enjoy and an unforgettable combination of scenery, hospitality and a plethora of some of Kenya’s most prized wildlife.
Lew House is located in the very heart of the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy. The lodge is set on top of a hill with extensive views of Mount Kenya, Mathew’s Range and the Ol Lolokwe Mountian.
Lewa Wilderness Lodge is the original family home of the Craig's and is still home to Will and Emma Craig, who host guests with their team of Professional Guides.
This modern colonial-style facility comprises a comfortable main building, swimming pool and six separate cottages. It is suitable for private groups of 6 to 12 guests.
The award winning Eco-Lodge was built in 1996 in an area set aside purely for Wildlife conservation. The interior of the lodge is made out of local materials and is well known for its spectacular "open to the bush" design with beautiful views of Kenya.
Situated on the 25000 hectare private Loisaba Ranch, this exclusive Cottage has its own staff and is entirely self contained. Located only 30 mins away from the main lodge, all facilities are accessible if guests desire. Perfect for adventurous families.