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Visit Borana Conservancy, Kenya

Named by the New York Times as a 2017 top travel destination, the Borana Conservancy under Laikipia in Kenya sits on a stunning topography of rugged savannah across a 91,000-acre landscape shared with the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

The conservation and its unique geographical location make the ranch a haven for a wide diversity of fauna, flora and other habitats. It's wildlife including buffalo, eland, African wild dogs, Jackson's hartebeest and herds of Grant's gazelle, impala and Burchell's zebras among other games that roam the plains.



Main Attractions:

Borana Conservancy has many attractions, these are the highlights you should not miss:

  • Wildlife
  • Birdlife
  • Hiking to Jane's Peak Viewpoint
  • Scenery

 

 

 

 

Wildlife

Conservation initiatives on the property have made Borana a safe refuge for endangered and threatened species. Most notably are the rhinos, elephants, Grevy’s zebras, giraffes, and lions. The acacias are nibbled by reticulated giraffe while the bushbuck, colobus monkey, and leopard are sheltered in the cooler forest. Lions and breeding herds of elephant are present in ever-increasing numbers.

Birdlife

Lying at the foot of Mount Kenya, just sixteen miles from the equator and 6,500 feet above sea level, the ranch is home to fifty indigenous tree families and over 300 species of bird life, supplemented throughout the year by a multitude of migratory visitors.

Scenery

Situated on a private land, Borana conservancy and its landscape have breath-taking scenery that can be enjoyed with a variety of activities, many of which are restricted in national parks and many game reserves.

More About Popular Activities

Wildlife Tracking

Experience conservation first-hand when you join Borana rangers for wildlife tracking. See the game and a healthy rhino population as the wander freely between Borana and Lewa.

Trail Running

The Mountain biking adventures across the conservancy is so much fun and a great way to make room for dinner in the bush. The conservancy is also a working cattle ranch so you can learn about and get involved with daily Kenyan ranch life.

Riding Safari

Exploring the Borana Ranch by horseback is an incredible way to move quietly through the bush and get up close to the wildlife.

Traditional Game Drives

Borana comes alive at night. If you head out on a night drive, you just might find a leopard stalking or a lion on the prowl.

Flying Tours

Take treetop canopy tours with helicopter and biplane flights. Trek to Mount Kenya with some quad or buggy.

Information for visitors

Did you know?

  • Borana Conservancy lies at the foot of Mt Kenya.
  • The conservancy is only a few miles North of the equator at aproximatey 6,500 feet (~2,000 meters) above sea level.
  • The Black Rhino was introduced into Borana in 2013.
  • At the centre of the Conservancy you will find Borana Lodge, perched on a hillside above a dam (often visited by elephants during the day).

The closest airport is Isiolo

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Popular Activities

  • Wildlife Tracking
  • Trail Running
  • Riding Safari
  • Traditional Game Drives
  • Flying Tours

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