Borana Lodge was built on an idyllic hillside setting above a popular watering hole in Laikipia, Kenya. There are eight stylish cottages each with spacious en-suite bathrooms, open fireplaces and comfortable verandahs.

The Dyer family have dedicated their lives to the sustainable conservation of land and wildlife. Borana is not for profit and all retained earnings go straight back in to conservation. 

Being privately owned land, you will not share your Big Five game viewing experience with anyone else, and when you want some time out from the 4x4’s, there are horses, mountain bikes, quad bikes, buggies, helicopters, waterfalls, paragliding, fishing and more. By staying at Borana you are making a tangible contribution to Kenya's largest and most exciting Rhino Sanctuaries with real opportunities to engage with the people who are investing everything in a secure future for Africa's iconic species.


Laikipia, Kenya 

— Newest rhino conservancy in East Africa
— Home to Riding Wild, one of the best riding operations in Kenya
— A multitude of activities such as paragliding, buggies, quad biking, riding, fishing and more.

$605 – $745 pppn

Open all year round

Eight rooms; four of which make up the two family cottages

Children under the age of five stay free.

Three daily scheduled flights land at the Lewa airstrip located 50 minutes from Borana lodge. Guests are then greeted by a private Borana game viewing vehicle and taken to the lodge. Alternatively guests can take a private charter to Borana’s own airstrip or it’s a four hour drive from Nairobi.

Borana offers horse riding from the lodge as well as tailored longer riding safaris. For more information, please click here