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Laragai House

Our eight-bedroom extravagant private country house on Borana Conservancy was originally built as a country retreat by two brothers; Lords Valentine and Michael Cecil. The House offers guests the ultimate escape into Kenya and its beautiful scenery, perfect for those looking to enjoy an unforgettable family holiday.

At Laragai House guests can expect the utmost privacy and luxury while staying with us, allowing you to focus on creating irreplaceable memories whilst on your safari in Kenya.

Your host of Laragai House is Jay Macleod; he will ensure that your stay at Laragai House is impeccably managed. He invites you into his home and hopes you enjoy your stay.

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Borana Conservancy

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Make irreplaceable memories

Enjoy 32,000 acres to explore during your safari-of-a-lifetime in Africa, on horseback, walking or in a safari car – always led by our expert guides.

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Join us in our home – your home for your stay with us – here in Kenya. Settle in by the pool, and watch elephants drink from the watering hole below. Wake up early and watch the sunrise overlooking Kenya’s north. Drink fine wine, eat stunning food, and dress to impress in our dining room, while enjoy one of Kenya’s most secret private homes.

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Your Host

Meet Jay, your manager, for your stay with us here at Laragai House. Jay calls Laragai his home, meaning you are being hosted by someone’s whose passion, knowledge and experience of the house, Borana Conservancy and Kenya are simply unsurpassable.

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Six night special

From January 2019, we are happy to reveal our week rate. As more of Laragai House’s guests return year after year, we decided to open the house up to a special rate for those looking to invite friends and family on holiday with them while staying in their favourite safari location.

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Three rhino births on Borana Conservancy in the first two months of 2019

Guests staying at Laragai House in the early part of 2019 were lucky to witness three new rhino calv...

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Celebrating ‘World Rangers Day’

With a 230 km route that passes through the heart of rhino conservation – from Lewa Wildlife Conse...

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