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Safari is, of course, about exploring the wild expanses of Africa. But we know that, for our guests, a huge part of their trip to Laragai House will be to make sure they come back from their adventure feeling rested and relaxed. With this in mind, at Laragai House we have a wide array of facilities to ensure your holiday is as relaxing and enjoyable as possible, with a pool, spa and gym – all ready for our guests to use whenever they feel.
Our pool overlooks the conservancy and a large dam (man-made lake) below which is often frequented with elephants. Perfect for adults looking to relax, and for children, the pool has both a deeper end (around 2 meters) and a sloping shallows for babies and small children to play in.
Laragai House comes ready for a match of tennis, with its own court overlooking the mountain in the distance.
The court is a clay court, and is set in a great location for an evening match, often with onlookers cheering from the court side!
The house comes outfitted with tennis rackets and balls, which are available at all times for our guests, although serious players are welcome to bring their own.
The gym is located behind the pool, and again looks over the dam. With a running machine, rowing machine, cycling machine, two TRX and various yoga equipment, the gym can provide those looking for a workout an easy location to do so.
The spa comes in the form of Rosemary; our trained masseuse and beauty therapist. Any guests looking for a relaxing, post-safari massage or a facial to wash away the dust will be happy to make Rosemarie’s acquaintance, even daily! All therapies can be organised in your bedroom, at your leisure.
Looking for a moment of peace and quiet? Not quite ‘wellness’ but we know that many of our guests are busy parents, and they deserve a break too! We have nannies on-site ready to look after the little ones throughout the day and evening, as well as a variety of games and activities for them, including a Games Room with ping pong and darts, a TV room stocked with DVD’s and outdoor activities including nature walks with our guides.
Guests looking to bring their own nannies from home are welcome to do so and can sleep either in the Guide Room, slightly away from the house, or in George’s Wing which has a room that is well suited to nannies.
For those looking for something more exciting, we suggest joining the Borana Conservancy rangers that protect the wildlife in the Conservancy on their daily morning training runs.
Be warned, these rangers train hard… and fast!
Laragai House can be found in the heart of the Borana Conservancy – the 32,000 acre private wildlife conservancy and working cattle ranch that is looked over by Mount Kenya; Africa’s second biggest mountain.