Borana offers some of the most thrilling, authentic and unique ways to encounter Kenya’s wildlife and wilderness thanks to the conservation efforts. The conservancy strives to retain this land as pristine wilderness that guests are able to enjoy first hand, be it walking through the bush, riding on ranch horses or mountain bikes, driving in the open-top safari vehicles, or lounging at the infinity pool and enjoying the view. Since Borana is a private property, there is guaranteed exclusivity, making every aspect of the safari experience personal, peaceful and uninterrupted – giving guests the rare opportunity to be totally immersed in nature. But don’t let us hold you back – you can always go fishing, rock climbing or even paragliding, make the suggestion and we will try to make it happen.
Borana Conservancy is part of the wider Laikipia ecosystem, holding an abundance and diversity of wildlife comparable to any of Kenya’s national parks. Critically endangered species, such as the Patas monkey, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Reticulated Giraffe, Greater Kudu, African Wild Dog and Elephants are resident on Borana. Securing their habitat and increasing the conservation landscape available for wildlife is the underlying mission of the Conservancy.