Loisaba Conservancy

The conservancy was founded in the 1970s to support the sustainability of wildlife in the region.

Today, the area is still well populated with wildlife, and the large cattle ranch has made a huge difference to local communities.

The conservancy focuses on protecting the key movement corridors for wildlife around the Laikipia area which connects to other national parks in Kenya.

The conservancy is situated on one of the largest migratory routes for wildlife in Kenya.

Over 800 elephants, countless buffalo, and the rare Grevy’s zebra migrate across this land every year, in search of better grasslands. The conservancy also supports over 250 bird species and a further 50 mammal species.

Recommendation Accommodation

  • Loisaba Tented camp

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