Ol Jogi

Ol Jogi is one of the most remarkable private wildlife conservancies in Africa. Family-owned for over 40 years, it is a safe haven for the preservation and future development of Wildlife Conservation. Comprising 58,000 acres (270km2) of unspoiled wildlife habitat in the Laikipia District of Kenya, the landscape startles and is unique in its diversity within Kenya.

Ol Jogi provides guests with a tailored experience where each of their individual requests and preferences are seamlessly met. As wonderful and indulging as is Ol Jogi’s home, the real treasure lies in the untouched nature, the wildlife that unfolds before your eyes, and the freedom to do anything you wish within this magical setting.

With 13 individual suites, Ol Jogi becomes your own exclusive home where your adventures are only limited by your imagination.

Nestled around one of the property’s larger kopjes is Ol Jogi’s Main House, where guests stay in a series of luxurious, themed cottages surrounded by tropical gardens, streams and waterholes. Each of the thirteen individually designed suites feature a dressing room, a generous bathroom, most have a living room and a private outdoor terrace that overlooks the garden and a series of water features where an ever-changing scenery of wildlife come down to drink.

Luxury bedding, fine linens, towels, and bathrobes are standard in every suite, while fragrant Hermes amenities complement the over-sized bathrooms. All cottages are fully equipped with Wi-Fi, telephone, minibars, safes and hair dryers.

Simba and Mbogo Master Suites
Simba and Mbogo are situated next door to each other and located a one-minute walk from the Main House and veranda.

Each large suite is air-conditioned and contains a king bed (one suite has a four-poster bed), wood-burning fireplace, two bathrooms and two dressing rooms.

Mbogo has an office and also an offset room, which can be used as an additional children’s room if required. While each suite has its own entrance, they share a living room with another wood-burning fireplace and an expansive veranda overlooking the waterhole.

Swara and Gerenuk
Swara and Gerenuk are situated next door to each other and are located a two-minute walk from the Main House and veranda.

Each large suite contains a king bed, wood-burning fireplace, two bathrooms and two dressing rooms.

Swara has a separate living room with a pull out sofa bed and both share a veranda overlooking the waterhole. room with another wood-burning fireplace and an expansive veranda overlooking the waterhole.

Impala and Tandala
Impala and Tandala are situated next door to Chui and are located a half-minute walk from the Main House and veranda.

Impala contains a king bed, two bathrooms and two dressing rooms. Tandala contains two ship’s full size single bunk beds, which will enchant any child.

Impala and Tandala do not overlook the waterhole.

Chui is situated next door to Impala and Tandala and is located a half-minute walk from the Main House and veranda.

Chui contains a king bed, two bathrooms, two dressing rooms and living room with a pull out sofa that can be converted into a bed for a child.

Patas and Sykes Family Suites
Patas and Sykes are situated within a wall-enclosed garden that harbors a Seychelles Giant Tortoise. They are located a two-minute walk from the Main House and veranda.

Patas contains a king bed, which can be converted into two twins if preferred, a bathroom with shower and tub, and a dressing room. Sykes contains a king bed, a bathroom and dressing room. Both suites sit on either side of a living room that has a sofa, dining table and a kitchen, making them perfect for families with smaller children.

Patas and Sykes do not have direct views over the waterhole.


At Ol Jogi, you have the opportunity to get unusually close to wild animals through a variety of different and unique experiences. For 35 years Ol Jogi has operated as a private conservation sanctuary; the amount and diversity of wildlife is amongst the best in the world. We currently host 6% of the world’s remaining Eastern Black Rhino and 15% of the world’s remaining Grevy’s Zebra plus significant populations of all of the “Big Five” along with several other endangered species.

Wildlife Rescue Center
Thanks to the rescue and release services that Ol Jogi offers to wildlife, guests will have the opportunity to get up close with the animals - elephants rescued from Zimbabwe, cheetahs and a lion brought to us as orphans by local communities, a blind rhino, and wild dogs. Under guidance, guests will be able to approach them in a way that would never be possible in the wild.

Game Drives
Game drives are enjoyed in the radio-linked, custom-built, four-wheel drive, open-sided vehicles that are driven and personally guided by our Conservation Managers. Guests can take the opportunity to discuss Ol Jogi’s Conservation model and learn about the complexity and intricate management of wildlife conservation. Due to the expanse and exclusive nature of Ol Jogi, guests will never experience the same game drive twice.

Bush Walks & Hiking
One of the most tranquil ways to see wildlife is on a guided bush walk. Our experienced Conservation Managers lead these tailor-made hikes and give guests the benefit of their extensive knowledge of the land and its wildlife, flora, fauna and birds. Walks and hikes are adapted to guests’ wishes and ability.

Horse Riding
Ol Jogi offers some spectacular opportunities for Horseback rides. Experience the wilderness at its best, with horses to suit all abilities. conservation & community. Go fora morning run with the armed guards, track and sightv Rhino with the rangers, join in the daily training of our Bloodhound Sniffer Dogs and watch them follow your trail; visit Ol Jogi’s Primary School or get involved with any other activities that might be going on at the time.

Walk with Baboons
Guests can experience an exclusive walk with a friendly troop of Baboons on the Laikipia plateau. An experienced primate researcher accompanies guests and provides insight into the ways of these intriguing primates.

Twala Cultural Manyatta
Ttwala cultural manyatta is a community project initiated by local women to preserve the rich cultural and historic heritage of the local Laikipia Maasai people. Guests have the opportunity to support the Manyatta by purchasing jewelry and souvenirs from their shop.

Take your camera on the road and discover new perspectives in this stunning location. We time excursions to take advantage of the best light in order to capture the essence of the place.

Enjoy fishing from our many dams, an ideal activity for families or combined with a sundowner amongst friends.

Tennis court
The AstroTurf Tennis Court is floodlit and fully equipped with tennis rackets, balls and an automated ball server for individual play. Guest scan enjoy a small viewing gallery and bar adjacent to the court.

Squash & Table Tennis
Enjoy a game of squash or table tennis with family and friends. All equipment is provided.

Fitness & weights
The fully equipped gym is the perfect place to refresh both body and mind, while achieving all of your workout goals. A personal trainer is available on request for an additional charge.

Yoga & Pilates
Enjoy Yoga or Pilates with a personal instructor in a tranquil environment. A personal instructor is also available on request for an additional charge.

Spend a magical or romantic evening out under the stars.


Scenic flights in a light aircraft or helicopter can be arranged, offering a bird’s-eye view of the incredible landscape, where guests can truly appreciate the scale and diversity of the Laikipia Plateau.

Mountain Biking
The silence and off-road abilities of mountain bikes allow guests to get up close to wildlife in this spectacular environment.

Rock Climbing, Face Climbing & Abseiling
With a number of kopjes and range of hills, there are numerous opportunities to enjoy climbing and abseiling at its best.

River Rafting
The rivers in Kenya have varying degrees of difficulty, but whichever you choose, you will have an adventure you’ll never forget.

Hike or Climb Mount Kenya
Mt Kenya is considered one of the most challenging technical climbs in Africa and attracts experienced climbers from all over the world. Making the summit requires both expert guiding and equipment, however guests can also hike the many trails that lead to the lower peaks.


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