The Loisaba conservancy is one of the best locations in Kenya to view the very endangered wild dog. It is also home to some big cats such as lion, leopard, cheetah, and hyena. Guests will also be able to view elephant, zebra, and buffalo among many other species. All the staff, shepherds and guides are from local Samburu and Masaai tribes, bringing with them a wealth of knowledge about the area, animals and people which they are happy to share with guests.
There is no mobile signal, so guests are offered a rare opportunity to escape into the wild, away from modern-day stress and distractions.
Loisaba has three different accommodation options namely Loisaba Tented Camp.
The lodge overlooks a watering hole and has a private swimming pool, tennis court, boules court, and spa. There are seven rooms in total; 4 doubles and 3 twins, which can be converted into doubles.
- Double bedroom
- Ensuite bathroom
- Private deck with spectacular views
The cottage is 9 kilometers (6 miles) from the main lodge, and also has a private swimming pool. It has 3 double, ensuite bedrooms – 2 are separated from the main house. It has a swimming, fully staffed kitchen, dining room, and a private garden. Guests staying in the cottage also have exclusive use of a game vehicle.
The house is built on the edge of the cliff side. Build entirely from stone and thatch, the house is just lovely, and most of the furnishings have been made at Loisaba.
- 2 Bedrooms – 1 double and 1 twin (convertible to double)
- 2 En-suite bathrooms
- Duplex living room
- Dining room
- Eternity swimming pool right on the lip of the cliff
- Own staff, cars, and drivers.
There are 2 “star beds” available: One set of star beds overlooks the Kiboko waterhole, while the second set lies 8 kilometers further south on the banks of the N’giro.
- Double and twin bed platforms
- Ensuite bathroom
- Dining area with fully staffed kitchen
- Platforms have space for extra beds.
- Sitting Room
- Infinity pool
- Tennis court
- Bocce Court
- Croquet Lawn
- Gift shop
Loisaba boasts a variety of activities on top of game drives and bush walks. Below are some additional options:
There is a charge of $100.00 per person per hour for the use of the quad bikes, but you are free to cruise the bush, accompanied by one of the expert guides, who will make sure that you don’t miss a thing. The revenue collected this way goes back into the Community Trust
Spend an hour a day exploring sections of the two mentioned rivers in a two-person inflatable raft
Fishing is accessible all year round. Equipment can be supplied along with drinks and a picnic basket
Horse Riding and Camel Safaris
Trekking through the plains on horse or camel is exhilarating. A reasonable degree of riding skill is required for the horses, but if you are somewhat adequate, this is a must trip. The horses have been reared from birth to be accustomed the bush and wildlife, so you can get very close to a herd of zebra or kudu without disturbing them.
Overnight camel camping trips can also be arranged, if you fancy yourself a nomad for the night.