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Spending time at Laragai House means never a dull moment; whether you spend time using our spa and wellness facilities, going on game drives, walking with the rangers, tracking lions, sundowners on Pride Rock, or even using the Stand Up Paddleboards on the dam below the house – a holiday at Laragai House can feel action-packed!
Borana Conservancy is a unique geographical location – which in turn, makes the 32,000 acre conservancy a haven for a wide diversity of wildlife.
Kenya is where the concept of horseback safaris began in the 1970’s. Horseback game viewing is unique in the way it gives the rider an incredibly personal interaction with the wildlife. We truly mean it when we say it is one of our favourite ways to go on safari.
Follow your experienced guide across the plains and through acacia woodlands as you discover this iconic African landscape on two wheels. And when you get tired (because it is hot and those hills can be steep!) there, behind you, is a Laragai House car carrying lunch, drinks, or even take you home when you are done for the day.
See wildlife from a very different view; stand up on a paddleboard and move serenely across the water as you watch wildlife, even elephants, drinking from the water. A totally unique and very fun experience!
A snow-capped mountain, deserts, volcanic lakes, lush tropical forests, open savannahs – as well as plenty of mammals, birds and plant life in some of these awe-inspiring natural habitats – this is a land with so much to explore. Laragai House is extremely well placed to set off into the great north by helicopter, with the country’s most experienced pilots.
It doesn’t get much better than traversing the Kipsing region on quadbikes, these all-terrain workhorses allow you to explore vast swathes of the surrounding scenery whilst satisfying your sense of adventure! Established and led by Kenyans Amory Macleod and his brother, Jay – also known as Laragai House’s manager.
Laragai House is located in the heart of Kenya and offers guests the ultimate escape of the busy nature of day-to-day life. Learn more about our location and the best ways to reach us here: