Harbouring a wealth most endangered species, including roughly half of Kenya’s 600-odd black rhinos, Laikipia is increasingly becoming one of the most sought-after safari regions in Africa. Characterized by its magical landscapes and the spectacular backdrop of the snow-capped Mount Kenya, the county is creating some of the most encouraging conservation success stories in Africa.
Wander into the north-east of the Great Rift Valley, and find yourself into the wild yet sparsely populated part of the country. From the patchwork of huge ranches and diverse wildlife across the county to the spectacular sceneries and extraordinary cultures, your visit to Laikipia is an intensely rewarding experience.
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Located to the north-west of snow-capped Mount Kenya, Laikipia County is richly endowed with wildlife half of Kenya’s 600-odd black rhinos. The county forms the arid and semi-arid highlands west and northwest of the mountain. In fact on most ranches, cattle share the land with free-ranging wildlife. Laikipia County has the greatest number of wildlife outside of the gazetted protected …
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How to get to Laikipia Laikipia is pretty much accessible by road and air transport. So whether you want to drive yourself or fly high like a king as you enjoy the beautiful views of Mount Kenya, the possibilities are limitless. If you are traveling from Nairobi, Nanyuki and Nyahururu towns located about 200kms from Nairobi and can be …