Borana Conservancy

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Borana Conservancy lies at the foot of Mount Kenya, displaying 35,000 acres of land with stunning views and immense wildlife. Mount Kenya poses a beautiful backdrop for the conservancy, with views of the mountains snow-capped peaks to the south, and a landscape of mountains and desert
to the north.

Created To Preserve Critical Habitats

A haven for a wide diversity of wildlife, the Borana Conservancy is a non-profit conservation organization dedicated to the sustainable conservation of critical habitat and wildlife. In the midst of the beautiful hillside, the iconic African wildlife grace the conservancy habitat, including elephants,
giraffes, lions, leopards, hyenas, and many more.

Forming Kenya’s Biggest Black Rhino Sanctuary

 

In 2014, Borana and the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy removed the fence, which separated the two conservancies, to form the largest black rhino sanctuary in Kenya. The ecosystem is also home to the endangered Grevy’s zebras, who have undergone a substantial reduction of any African mammal over recent decades.

Working with local communities and other partners, the conservancy can maintain a sustainable ecosystem for tourists to visit and wildlife to live.

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Borana Conservancy – Laikipia is one of the biggest conservancies among the many in Masai Mara. It's rich in wildlife, spot the big five such as the Lions, cheetahs, and leopards. Best place to stay to view Wildebeest Migration and Wildlife in exclusivity.

The Conservancy is fairly not in good conditions during the rainy season, due to heavy rains, lodges and camps tend to close this time as they renovate their properties.

January - March

  • This season is the best since the conservancy is hot and after short rains in December. The Conservancy gets lush green and attracts a lot of wildlife, and makes it easier to spot wildlife since the grass is not that tall, but green. 

April to June

  • Known as the green season, is when the long rains in Kenya starts, and lodges and camps in this region are hard to access. Therefore they all close down and most of them take advantage to renovate them as they await the peak season from July to October. But some are open for fly-in guests who want long-stay on exclusive safaris.

July to October

  • Its the busiest and most loved season. Known as the peak season, where visitors all over the world visit Kenya for summer seasons and holidays. The Season starts with the cold month of July and gets hot in Aug to Oct. Short rains in Kenya start between Oct to Dec. Its the best time to visit the conservancy for the Wildebeest Migration, though it gets crowded.

November to Dec

  • The short rains start this time and they rain till the end of Dec at times. It's a fair good time to visit  Enonkishu Conservancy – Masai Mara for the short or long-stay when offers are available. 
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Borana Conservancy - Laikipia is home to the special five wildlife species. Best exclusive destination in Kenya to spot the big five. It has an impressive population of black and white rhinos, buffalo, and big cats. Its also recorded of having the black (Melanic) leopard.

Below are some of the wildlife to spot in Lewa:- 

  1. The Big Five:- Lions, Leopard, Rhino, Elephants, Buffalos 
  2. The Big Cats:- Lions, Cheetahs, Leopards, Serval Cats 
  3. Grevy Zebras, Reticulated Giraffes, Beisa Oryxes, Gerenuks (Giraffe Antelopes)
  4. Predators: Wild dogs 
  5. Different Bird Species

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These are the Current Borana Conservancy Park Fees Entrances. 

Please Note:- That These Rates are Subject to Change

Non Residents:

Overnight non-Kenyan residents 

Day non-Kenyan residents 

Agents 

Entrance Fees:

US$ 109 + VAT = US$ 126  

US$ 170.50 + VAT = US$ 198          

US$ 33 + VAT = US$ 38                                                   

Kenya Residents:

Overnight Kenyan residents 

Day Kenyan residents 

Entrance Fees:

Ksh 2,420 +

VAT = Ksh 2,800

Ksh 6,960 + VAT = Ksh 8,074         

All children under 4 years are free.

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