Location: Loisaba, Northern Laikipia County, Kenya
Area: 56,000 Acre
A breathtaking 56,000 landscape in northern Kenya’s Laikipia County, a larger landscape connecting Laikipia to Samburu and Isiolo counties, helping to ensure that a well-used wildlife and livestock movement corridor is protected. The conservancy is managed sustainably to conserve wildlife habitat and has created over 200 jobs, developed schools and health clinics, and provided managed grazing access for local communities.
This is a keystone property in bringing community conservancies and privately managed lands together, Loisaba has continued to provide a physical and institutional connection, increasing the potential for greater stability and resilience in the entire socio-ecological Ewaso ecosystem.
The Conservancy is a haven for more than 260 birds and 50 mammal species, alongside the more common wildlife, a migration corridor of 800 elephants, large herds of buffalo, dozens of the endangered Grevy’s Zebra, endangered reticulated giraffes, and the greater Kudu. The cat population thrives here, with over three pride of lions, per time, numerous leopards, cheetahs, and the African wild dog thought to be extinct for many years.
The Uniqueness of this Park
Values of the conservancy:
- Respect traditional pastoral values, livelihoods, and grazing areas.
- The belief that strong local democracy in community lands is paramount to success.
- This conservancy recognizes that wildlife and livestock can and need to co-exist.
- Three luxury Camps including the starbeds.
- Loisaba Tented Camp
- Loisaba Lobo Springs
- Loisaba Starbeds
Activities at the Destination
Game Viewing drives with a KPSGA (Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association) qualified guide, Guided Bush Walks, Horse riding, Camel riding, Cultural Visits, Mountain Biking, Fishing, Dedicated anti-poaching team by visiting the HQ, and learning on the day to day activities.
Guided Walking Safaris
Night Game Drive