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Endangered Species

Borana Conservancy is part of the wider Laikipia ecosystem, holding an abundance and diversity of wildlife comparable to any of Kenya’s national parks. Critically endangered species, such as the Patas monkey, Jackson’s Hartebeest, Reticulated Giraffe, Greater Kudu, African Wild Dog and Elephants are resident on Borana. Securing their habitat and increasing the conservation landscape available for wildlife is the underlying mission of the Conservancy.

Patrols from the security teams, either mounted on horseback or on foot, give security to all species, making Borana a safe haven where wildlife can flourish.

“A truly unique safari experience in Kenya” Richard was incredibly knowledgeable and skilled and I would highly recommend him as a guide. He even tracked down a number of very rare black rhino and Grevy's zebra on Lewa/Borana grounds, which was great.

19 July 2012