OL Lentille Conservancy
Most spectacular and breath taking location in Africa
The conservancy surrounding the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is named for Ol Lentille, a hill of about 6,500 feet in height, and is full of grassy hills and valleys and acacia forests. Ol Lentille is home to the endangered African wild dog, greater kudu, leopard, striped and spotted hyena, and klipspringer, in addition to more common species. The lodge is a community project, working with the Laikipia Maasai of the Kijabe Group Ranch to improve both their communities and conservation efforts in the region. Guests are therefore welcome to take part in a delightful array of activities in the conservancy. Enjoy day and night game drives and bush walks, horseback riding, camel riding, and mountain biking. For the more adventurous, there is abseiling and rock climbing, quad biking, and a bush skills course. One can also arrange for fly camping in the conservancy, or choose to join researchers on some conservation work. Other activities that can be arranged outside of the conservancy at an additional charge include scenic flights and helicopter flips, trout fishing on Mt. Kenya, kayaking and river rafting, and trips to other nearby parks and reserves.
Sanctuary at OL Lentille
The Sanctuary at Ol Lentille is located on the 14,500 acre private Ol Lentille Conservancy at the community-owned Kijabe Group Ranch on the northern escarpment of the Laikipia Plateau. The lodge is a collection of private, full-service, fully-staffed houses that cater to the discerning luxury traveler. The Sanctuary is a partnership between investors, conservation tourism organizations, and the Maasai community that seeks to balance luxury travel with conservation and community development programs.
Each house of the Sanctuary at Ol Lentille has a private resident staff that is there to cater to every need. A dedicated butler serves as the head of the staff and arranges all meals and drinks wherever guests are on the property. A private valet will ensure that the house is neat and tidy, while an askari focuses on personal safety and security at night as guests travel from place to place. Finally, the each private Maasai guide is a highly qualified member of the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association and is always eager to share a wealth of knowledge about the area and his culture as he escorts guests via game drive vehicle and accompanies them on safari
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Game Viewing Activities at OL Lentille Conservancy
Laikipia is all about the variety of experiences it can offer, it’s not just about game drives and the stunning landscape! With Ol Lentille you can see real community projects and culture, experience camel trekking, walking safaris, quad biking and mountain biking and wonderful spa treatments to name just some of what we offer. An adventurers’ paradise or just do as little as you like!