Here are Borana Lodge 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/-
|Double/Twin Sharing||Child (5 – 16 yrs)|
|4th Jan 2021 – 1st Jun 2021||KES 23,230/- PPS||KES 11,520/- PPS|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person, Per Night
Full board accommodation
Drinks (house wines, house spirits beers and soft drinks)
Local Airstrip Transfers from Borana Conservancy and Lewa Downs
Exclusive use of a vehicle for groups of more than three
Laundry and wifi
Game Drives (night and day)
Guided Bush Walks
Horse Riding (one per guest per stay)
Behind the Scenes Conservation Activities which includes :rhino tracking on foot and tours of Waitabit Farm
Borana Conservancy Fees
Residents: KES 4000/- per Adult | KES 2,000/- per Child (5-15 years)
Additional Horse-rides can be booked for an additional KES 8,000/- Per Ride
Borana Lodge is steeped in history and style, perched on a hillside at the heart of Borana Conservancy, all proceeds are invested into the sustainable conservation of land, wildlife and building local livelihoods. Borana Lodge is a retreat for honeymooners, families with children of all ages, and those looking for adventure. This truly is travelling with a purpose.
This Lodge is at the heart of Borana Conservancy,26km North of the equator at 1,900m in altitude. Borana Conservancy is home to The Orginal Pride Rock, the inspiration for Disney’s classic.
Scheduled flights to Lewa Downs, a 1h30min game drive to Borana Lodge. Charter flights to Borana Conservancy, a 15min game drive to Borana Lodge. Road transfers from Nairobi can be arranged, a 5hr drive to Borana Lodge, traffic dependant.
Prepare for warm days and cool nights. Layers are key to comfort.
Borana Lodge is open year round with rains typically arriving around May and November, although this is becoming harder and harder to predict. April and May are the most beautiful months with wild flowers blooming and animals giving birth.
Borana Conservancy has been hailed by Save The Rhino International as Kenya’s newest and most successful rhino sanctuary. In 2013 a founding population of Black Rhino were introduced. Once settled, the fences between Borana Conservancy and Lewa Wildlife Conservancy (to the East) were dropped to form one landscape; 92,000 acres of unspoilt Africa Wilds, the largest continuous Rhino habitat in East Africa. Coupled with over five years with no poaching incidents, the Lewa-Borana Landscape is a sanctuary for over nine highly endangered species.
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Borana Lodge is made up of four stand alone guest cottages, two doubles with king sized beds and two twins with queen sized beds.
Each cottage has it’s own spacious en-suite bathroom, private veranda and fireplace for the cooler evenings.
A further two family cottages have a double and a twin room sharing a veranda and private dining area.
Room 5&6 has a child’s room, off the double, suitable for children under the age of twelve.
Room 7&8 is more exclusive with a private plunge pool, sun deck and private access route.
Borana Lodge sleeps sixteen guests with two additional small children and a further two guide rooms.
The food at Borana Lodge is sourced from nearby farms, with the majority of fresh produce coming from Waitabit Farm, an organic permaculture project located between Borana and Lewa Wildlife Conservancies. Borana Lodge can cater for all dietary preferences and allergies, please ensure you specify before you travel.
Water at Borana Lodge is safe to drink and bathe in, having been tested. There is bottled mineral water on site if necessary
Borana Conservancy is home to The Big Five, including Black and White Rhino. 12% of the world’s population of the endangered Grevy’s Zebra is found on the Lewa-Borana Landscape, along with the rare Reticulated Giraffe. Over the last 20 years, over 225 different species of bird have been recorded, making Borana an ornithologist’s dream. There are a wide range of activities which ensure guests of Borana Lodge make the most of their time in this incredibly unique conservation area.
Borana Conservancy is wonderful riding country, allowing one to experience game viewing from a unique perspective. With two sets of stables catering to various abilities the experiences range from walking with giraffe (suitable for those without any prior experience) to galloping with herds of Zebra.
Spend time with the men and women who work tirelessly to keep Borana’s wildlife safe. Track Rhino at first light or escort the armed teams on their evenings deployments and get a unique insight into life as a wildlife ranger.
Waitabit Farm supplies Borana Lodge and Conservancy with all fresh produce including fruit, vegetables, milk, eggs, cream and beef. Spending time touring Waitabit Farm leaves one with a wealth of knowledge and a passion for food and where it comes from.