Loisaba Conservancy, Laikipia
Located within the beautiful 56,000 acre Loisaba Conservancy in Laikipia, Loisaba Lodo Springs offers an ultra-private experience with eight individual, spacious tented rooms. Each tented room has its own signature style. An eclectic mix of antique and vintage pieces, which have been hand restored in Kenya. Décor includes 17th century French walnut wardrobes, upcycled cedar fence posts used as paneling and 1950's Americana parlor bar stools. Each tented room boasts its own color scheme which was selected in accordance with the colorful vintage Ghanaian Kente cloth that hangs above the master bed. Service is paramount, with every tent assigned a Guest Ambassador to serve and cater to your every need, as well as a dedicated safari vehicle and driver and a highly qualified field guide who will accompany you for the duration of your stay. You can enjoy an array of activities during your sojourn including game drives, bush meals, bush walks, bush sundowners, horse and camel riding for experienced riders, as well as access to the Loisaba Running & Trekking Track. Loisaba sits on a vital Elephant Corridor connecting the famous Laikipia Plateau and plays a key role in…
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supporting one of Kenya’s largest and most stable lion populations. The Conservancy is also home to several critically endangered large mammals, including Grevy’s zebra, wild dog, leopard and cheetah. 

The communal area of the camp houses a restaurant and bar with spectacular views of the wide, sweeping Laikipia plains. The camp’s refreshing pool is the ideal place to relax after a thrilling afternoon adventure.


  • 8 spacious en-suite tents each with lounge area private verandas
  • Swimming pool
  • Gift shop
  • Excellent wild dog viewing
  • Big Five (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino)
  • Twice daily game drives - early morning and late afternoon game drives that continue after nightfall
  • Guided bush walks
  • Seasonal river rafting and fishing
  • Mountain biking
  • Samburu village visit with Samburu dancers
  • Camel and horse riding at an additional charge
  • All Inclusive: 3 meals daily, soft drinks, house wines, local brand spirits and beer, safari activities, laundry
  • Wi-Fi internet access throughout camp
  • Electricity: Runs on solar power and generator
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