Wildlife Conservancy

Loisaba Conservancy

A serene wildlife haven in Kenya's highlands, offering unique safari experiences.

Kenya
Location
231.66 km²
Geographic Size
Dry Season
Best Time to Visit

About Loisaba Conservancy

Loisaba Conservancy is a breathtaking 57,000-acre wildlife conservancy situated in Laikipia, northern Kenya. Renowned for its diverse landscapes, ranging from plains to forests, and its commitment to conservation, Loisaba provides a sanctuary for over 260 bird and 50 mammal species, including elephants, lions, and the rare African wild dog. It offe...

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Seasons

June - September
Best time to go
Dry season provides the best wildlife viewing opportunities.
June - September
High Season
Ideal for wildlife spotting, with dry weather making animals gather around water sources.
March - March
October - November
Shoulder Season
Moderate weather with occasional showers, good for bird watching.
April - May
Low Season
Wet months with fewer visitors, some lodges may close, but scenery is lush.

What to do

Wildlife

Loisaba Conservancy is a vibrant habitat teeming with diverse wildlife, including the iconic Big Five.

Lion

Common

Elephant

Common

Black Rhino

Rare

Cheetah

Occasional

Hippo

Occasional

Hyena

Common

Leopard

Occasional

Giraffe

Common

Zebra

Common

Gazelle

Common

Buffalo

Common

Wildebeest

Common

What to know

Safety & Vaccinations
Loisaba Conservancy is considered safe for visitors. However, it's recommended to follow the guidance of local guides and lodges. Ensure you're up-to-date with routine vaccinations, and a Yellow Fever vaccination certificate is required if coming from endemic countries.
For more information regarding vaccinations and health notices, view the CDC’s page :
CDC Travelers' Health
CDC Travel health notices and vaccination recommendations
Getting There
The easiest way to reach Loisaba Conservancy is by air, with daily scheduled flights from Nairobi to Loisaba airstrip. Alternatively, visitors can drive from Nairobi, a journey that offers stunning landscapes but requires a 4x4 vehicle.
Getting Around
Once at the conservancy, transportation is typically provided by the lodges or camps where you're staying. They offer guided game drives and other activities within the conservancy.
Visas
Starting January 2024, Kenya will require most foreign visitors to obtain an eTA prior to travel, abolishing traditional visa requirements. The eTA application process is straightforward and can be completed online. Exceptions apply to citizens of specific countries, who are visa-exempt.
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