Here are Loisaba Tented Camp Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
|Full Board||Game Package|
|1st Nov 2022 – 19th Dec 2022||KES 18,420/- PPS||KES 27,640/- PP||KES 29,700/- PPS||KES 38,920/- PP|
|20th Dec 2022 – 3rd Jan 2023|
30 Days to Arrival
(at the time of Booking)
|KES 26,320/- PPS||KES 39,480/- PP||KES 37,600/- PP||KES 50,760/- PP|
|4th Jan 2023 – 31st Mar 2023||KES 34,030/- PPS||KES 45,400/- PP||KES 45,400/- PP||KES 45,400/- PP|
|1st Apr 2023 – 31st May 2023||KES 18,420/- PPS||KES 27,640/- PP||KES 29,700/- PP||KES 38,920/- PP|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person, Per Night
Safari Tent Occupancy: 2 Adults + 2 Children
Minimum Stay: 2 Nights
GAME PACKAGE: Full Board Accommodation, including breakfast, lunch and dinner, water , tea, coffee and, laundry services, scheduled game drives and scheduled activities, transfers
to/from the designated Airstrip
KES 4,800/- for Adults, Per Night
KES 2,400/- for Children under 18 years, Per Nighty
Drink supplement Includes: Soft drinks, house wines, beers, & select spirits.
Drink supplement Excludes: Champagne, cognacs, single malt whiskeys,
premium spirits and wines from Elewana’s exclusive cellar wine list
Loisaba Conservancy Fee (Mandatory, Per Day):
Per Adult: KES 2,900.00
Per Child: KES 1,450.00
Vehicle Code of Conduct:
Only 4×4 vehicles which are shades of green or brown in colour are permitted on Loisaba Conservancy
Saloon 4×4 vehicles and mini-buses are prohibited
Exceptions to this may be authorised by Loisaba Conservancy Management
FULL BOARD: Meals(Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast), Water, Tea & Coffee
Full Board Rates Exclude: Drinks, Organized Game Drives, Park Fees and other Extras
GAME PACKAGE: Full Board(Lunch, Dinner and Breakfast), water, tea and coffee (other drinks are excluded. , shared and scheduled game drives, guided walking safari, bush breakfast and transfers to and from our designated airstrips, service charge
Up to 5.9 years, Sharing with Adults: FREE
6 – 17 years, Sharing with Adults: 50% of PPS
12 – 17 years in their Own Room (2 min.) 75% of PPS
1 Child (6 – 17 years) Sharing with 2 Adults: Triple Rate to apply
With dramatic views across the Laikipia plains to snow capped Mount Kenya, Loisaba Tented Camp is perched on the edge of a 500ft escarpment. Loisaba is a 56,000 acre private wildlife conservancy famous for its elephant population, as well as the big cats, and is one of the best locations to see Wild Dog.
Perched on the edge of an escarpment, Loisaba Tented Camp is designed to capitalize on unhindered views across Laikipia’s mottled landscape all the way to Mt Kenya. All accommodations and main areas enjoy a breathtaking vantage point over an expansive panorama.
African-themed sophistication and style is the flavour of Loisaba Tented Camp. Spacious and airy tents are custom-built with large floor-to-ceiling doors and windows, high ceilings and polished wood floors. The tent suites are adorned in chic Africana furniture with a modern European twist.
The inviting main areas of Loisaba Tented Camp include a large open dining area, separate open lounge and bar, a large wooden decking area for outside dining, relaxing and enjoying the view, and one of Africa’s most picturesque infinity pools.
Recently purchased by The Nature Conservancy and partnered with Space For Giants elephant foundation, Loisaba Conservancy, a functioning ranch, is a success story of conservation. Home to elephant, a healthy population of lion, the rare wild dog and an abundance of other species, Loisaba is a prime example of successful collaboration between conservation, communities, ranching and tourism.
Visitors to Loisaba are offered a myriad of activities to experience the wildlife and landscape on many different levels. Loisaba boasts a fleet of brand new custom-designed Land Rover safari vehicles for game driving both day and night. Other activities include horse-riding, camel-trekking, guided bush walks, fishing, mountain biking, cultural visits to Samburu villages and visits to the anti-poaching sniffer dogs.
ENCOUNTERS AT Loisaba Tented Camp *
* Some ecounters may incur additional charges
Loisaba Airstrip is a 30 minute drive from the camp.
• Twice daily scheduled Safarilink flight departing Nairobi Wilson at 08h00 & 10h20, min 2 pax.
• Twice daily scheduled Safarilink flight to Nanyuki departing Nairobi Wilson at 08h00 and 10h20 to connect with private charter.
• In high season extra Safarilink flight departing Nairobi Wilson at 13h00, min 2 pax.
• Once daily scheduled Air Kenya flight to Nanyuki departing Nairobi Wilson at 09h15 to connect with private charter.
• Private air charters from anywhere.
• Road transfers from Nanyuki airstrip, approx. 4hrs.
• Road directions available on request.
Spacious and airy tents are custom-designed with large floor-to-ceiling doors and windows, polished wood floors, stylish modern furnishings and wide verandahs. The bathrooms are luxurious with flush toilets, double-basin vanity and solar-heated hot water cascading from a rainfall shower to deliver a revitalizing cleanse after an action-packed day. Each tent enjoys an expansive view over the Laikipia plains.
Twelve incredibly spacious ensuite tents, with breath-taking views that can be enjoyed from the verandah area. The bathroom with double basin vanity, large shower and an enclosed flush toilet.
The camp has three Family Combinations, each comprised of a Double Tent and a Convertible Twin/Double Tent adjoined by a walkway. Each ensuite tent enjoys a inside lounge area, verandah sitting area, a bathroom with double basin vanity, large shower and an enclosed flush toilet.
One of the Family Combinations and an ensuite Tent enjoy exclusive access to a second private infinity pool.
Dining times are as follows:
Individual dietary requests can be satisfied with advance notice.
Loisaba’s abundant wildlife across is rolling landscape is truly wild. Loisaba is a corridor of an elephant migration route, and holds a healthy population of lion as well as notable northern species such as the Grevy zebra, Beisa oryx and Somali ostrich. Loisaba is also a home range for the rare and special wild dog.
Loisaba has a fleet of custom-built Land Rover safari vehicles, with special features for photography. The guides of Loisaba are all KPSGA Bronze and Silver rated and have intimate knowledge of the wildlife and the culture of the area.
All game drives are inclusive in a Game Package.
Leaving the car behind for a bush walk allows an up-close and intimate experience of nature. Take a walk with one of Loisaba’s excellent guides, and learn how to recognise animal signs and tracks, appreciate the smaller creatures and flora of Africa, all while enjoying the surroundings at a slower pace.
Guided Bush Walks are inclusive in a Game Package.
Horse riding provides a chance to experience wildlife from a different perspective. Trotting through herds of zebra, impala or giraffe is an exhilarating experience. Loisaba’s horses are bush-raised and trained, allowing you to get close to the wildlife.
Horse riding is at an additional cost, and normally lasts for 2 hours. Only riders with experience can partake in this activity.
This can be arranged in the river and dams, kindly note this is seasonal and depends on the rains. Equipment, both modern and traditional can be supplied.
Experience the unique exhilaration of riding on the plains with a herd of zebra,walking gently through a graceful forest of giraffe or past a herd of elephant. On horseback it is possible to get unusually close to wildlife and our stable of horses have all been reared from birth in the bush so are quite accustomed to its presence. We do, however, require a reasonable degree of riding skill.
A great way to view the stunning diversity of Loisaba is on foot. You will be accompanied by traditional Samburu guides whose knowledge of local flora, fauna, cultural and history is unmatched.
For a unique cultural experience, spend an afternoon down at the traditional Masai village – a great experience see how the Masai live, watch them dance and view some of their beadwork.
Camel Trekking. Camels are a sight synonymous with Kenya’s northern regions. Enjoy a ride on a traditional mode of transport along the Ewaso Nyiro river or across the plains.
Camel trekking is at an additional cost, and normally lasts for 2 hours.
For some excitement and adrenalin, take a mountain bike and your guide and explore some of the biking trails around Loisaba Conservancy on two wheels.
The Samburu of Northern Kenya, a pastoralist tribe, are renowned for their colourful and impressive dress. Guests to Loisaba are invited to visit a local Samburu village to learn about the Samburu people and their culture.
Game drive to Samburu village is included in Game Package, but an entry fee that goes to the community is an extra.
Enjoy a delicious gourmet meal amidst the sights, sounds and smells of the African bush. The perfect ending to a bush walk, horse ride or camel safari.
A spectacular African sunset is always best enjoyed with your favourite drink in hand.