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Spending time at Laragai House can be as relaxed or adventurous as you would like it to be. For some rest and relaxation, spend the days using our spa and wellness facilities, experience game drives both during the day and night, walk with rangers and track rhinos on foot, go for sundowners on Pride Rock and take our stand up paddle-boards out on the dam.
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.
Experience wildlife from a different perspective, take a stand up paddle-board out on the dam and move serenely across the water as you watch wildlife, even elephants, drinking from the water. A totally unique and very fun experience.
Borana Conservancy is a fantastic place to go on guided bush walks. The conservancy is home to the ‘Big Five’ but walking allows you to discover some of the smaller animals and the incredible birdlife.
The Ngare Ndare forest is a fantastic day out for any guest staying at Laragai House. Take a picnic lunch and experience the canopy walk way, which crosses the tree tops at 40 feet above the ground. There is a platform at the end of the suspended walkway with a fantastic view across a natural spring and into the forest. The Forest is also home to crystal clear blue pools fed by melt water from the glaciers on Mt Kenya. It is a great spot for swimming and picnics
Borana Conservancy has its very own dam which is an ideal spot for the whole family to try their luck at fishing.
All the food at Laragai House is locally sourced, fresh and organic. Nestled on the eastern bank of the Ngare Ndare River is Waitabit Farm, which is home to the largest permaculture project in East Africa. It is located on 440 acres of riverine forest, Acacia savannah and a 100 acres of arable land. A tour of the farm is a great morning activity for the entire family.
Take an evening walk up to the Original ‘Pride Rock’ and enjoy sundowners and canapés with panoramic views of the 32,000 acre private conservancy.
A helicopter ride is one of the best ways to experience Kenya’s breathtaking and diverse landscapes. View snow-capped mountain, deserts, volcanic lakes, lush tropical forests and open savannahs all in a day trip. 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. Quad biking can be arranged with prior notice so please let us know at the point of booking whether this is something you would like to include.
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: