Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy is one of the most impressive private wildlife conservancies in Africa. It has been in the family’s ownership for more than 40 years and serves as a refuge for the protection and advancement of wildlife conservation. The 58,000 acres of pristine animal habitat in Kenya’s Laikipia County provide for an amazing and diverse environment that is unmatched in Kenya. Ol Jogi offers visitors a tailored experience that satisfies all of their unique requirements and interests.
The Conservancy is the second-largest sanctuary for rhinos in Kenya. houses Africa’s sole grizzly bear. The bear, Potap, is 19 years old and was a gift from Russia. A bear has a 35-year life span. The unspoiled landscape and the abundant fauna are where you’ll find the real gem. Such a beautiful location.
A haven of free-roaming African wildlife, the Ol Jogi Wildlife Conservancy in Laikipia is only available to a select few fortunate visitors. About 300 rangers there guard a variety of endangered animals, including 15% of the world’s surviving Grevy’s zebra population and 65 rhinos. Not to mention lions, Cape buffalo, and herds of gently strolling elephants—the entire stellar cast of Africa’s captivating creatures. The Conservancy and the exquisite villa at its heart serve as outstanding examples of the ranch’s dedication to showcasing Africa in peaceful seclusion.
Game drives, horseback riding, baboon encounters, trips to the Twala Cultural Centre, and other excursions are all available to tourists.