Lodges & safari camps in Laikipia
El Karama Eco-Lodge
With a name meaning ‘treasured possession’ or ‘answer to prayer’ in Arabic, El Karama, as it’s usually known, is a working cattle ...More about El Karama Eco-Lodge
Overall outstanding. The site itself is much prettier than I had expected and having the sound of the movement of the stream just below us was wonderful - could have curled ... reviews...
With only six tents, Kicheche Laikipia is a small camp offering comfort and quality, one of a handful of properties located in ...More about Kicheche Laikipia
Andy was a great host, bird walk very good, even Andy saw a new bird. Everyone very flexible to suit our needs [Ed: In his general comments on the trip, this traveller ... reviews...
Lewa Safari Camp
Lewa Safari Camp is one of only three permanent places to stay on the 250km² Lewa Conservancy, and though it is run by a well-known ...More about Lewa Safari Camp
This was a lovely camp and we felt at home here straight away. The staff were all lovely and our guide, Laban, was fantastic and seemed to have amazing abilities to spot ... reviews...
Lewa Wilderness (sometimes known as Lewa Wilderness Trails or Wilderness Trails Lodge) is set on a hillside looking out over ...More about Lewa Wilderness
Lewa was magical..beautiful property,full marks for hospitality. our game drives were awesome, spotted the big five in our two day stay! reviews...
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is an informal, rustic-style bush camp on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in the northern part of the ...More about Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
A lovely bushcamp. Beautiful location by the river with good views across the bank with enough tree shade. Very comfortable tents, the only bit missing is some storage ... reviews...
First built in the 1940s, then abandoned during the 1990s, Sosian was completely restored as a riding and game-viewing base in 2002...More about Sosian
This was a very different style of camp from Lewa but fantastic with much more of a country house party type feel. Both our room (the Italian Cottage) and the main house ... reviews...
Borana is a stunning lodge set in its own ranch, which has been privately owned by the Dyer family for three generations. With a vast swathe of wilderness and few ‘park’ rules, Borana treats its guests to an exclusive safari experience and a wide array of activities, while staying in understated luxury...More about Borana
Sirikoi is a luxury safari camp and lodge, located by a game-rich watering hole in a private area of the 250km² Lewa Wildlife Conservancy, in south-eastern Laikipia. With only a small number of tents it aims to offer a high-quality, personal experience. Sirikoi was conceived and designed by ...More about Sirikoi
Tassia Lodge is a unique, natural and rustic lodge, quite unlike any others in the area. Set on a rocky outcrop on the edge of an escarpment in the 243km² Lekurruki Community Ranch, Tassia is a partnership between its managers and the local Mokogodo Maasai community. In 2007, Martin Wheeler ...More about Tassia Lodge