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Kenya

Ol Jogi

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on an unspoiled, private wildlife habitat on the stunning Laikipia Plateau, Ol Jogi is a sole-use property that offers unparalleled luxury as well as a unique and tailored experience perfect for families or small groups.

A sole use property with room for up to fourteen guests, it consists of several elegant, themed cottages surrounded by tropical gardens, streams, and waterholes. Each of the thirteen individually designed suites is so spacious they could easily be called houses and feature quirky and elegant touches such as stained-glass windows of wildlife, hand-crafted furniture in rich woods, masterful paintings, and antique objects d’art that could easily be in a museum. Taking it a step further, the rooms include his and her dressing rooms and bathrooms with rain showers and jacuzzi tubs. Most of the rooms have a living room and private terrace overlooking the water features and wide range of animals coming for a drink. Only the finest linens, towels, bedding, and Hermes bath products are included. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, mini-bars, safes, and hair dryers.

Family-owned for forty years by the Wildenstein family, the property comprises 58,000 acres on the Laikipia Plateau and is named for a native shrub. Not only is it still a working cattle ranch, but for thirty-five years its operated as a private conservation sanctuary. Six percent of the remaining Eastern black rhino live here. The entire ranch is surrounded by an innovative ring fencing system that has sixteen areas that won’t allow the rhino through but will allow other species to migrate freely back and forth. In addition, it is also home to fifteen percent of the Grevy’s zebra plus a significant population of other wildlife including the Big Five and wide range of endangered species.

There are a multitude of activities to choose from all tailored to each guest’s wish list. Game drives are conducted in specially designed, open vehicles personally led by Conservation Managers. Guided bush walks provide a closer, more detailed view of the land and animals. An even more unique tour of the Concession can be seen on horseback. While what could be more perfect than enjoying a walk with baboons and a primate researcher. Fishing can be done from the many dams on the property. The Twala Cultural Manyatta community project supports the Maasai people with purchases of their jewelry and souvenirs. Additional activities include scenic flights in a light aircraft or helicopter, mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, river rafting, and a hike or climb up Mt. Kenya.

The main house stands out in its beautiful and artistic décor. It includes a comfortable living room, formal dining room, extensive library, cinema room, and games room. From the bar, guests can walk through a hidden underground tunnel to a blind overlooking the watering hole. For more relaxation, the property has a heated pool, massage and spa, and Moroccan Hamman steam room. For some cardio, there is a fitness center, tennis courts, squash and table tennis, and yoga or Pilates.

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Kenya

Ol Jogi

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on an unspoiled, private wildlife habitat on the stunning Laikipia Plateau, Ol Jogi is a sole-use property that offers unparalleled luxury as well as a unique and tailored experience perfect for families or small groups.

A sole use property with room for up to fourteen guests, it consists of several elegant, themed cottages surrounded by tropical gardens, streams, and waterholes. Each of the thirteen individually designed suites is so spacious they could easily be called houses and feature quirky and elegant touches such as stained-glass windows of wildlife, hand-crafted furniture in rich woods, masterful paintings, and antique objects d’art that could easily be in a museum. Taking it a step further, the rooms include his and her dressing rooms and bathrooms with rain showers and jacuzzi tubs. Most of the rooms have a living room and private terrace overlooking the water features and wide range of animals coming for a drink. Only the finest linens, towels, bedding, and Hermes bath products are included. Other amenities include Wi-Fi, mini-bars, safes, and hair dryers.

Family-owned for forty years by the Wildenstein family, the property comprises 58,000 acres on the Laikipia Plateau and is named for a native shrub. Not only is it still a working cattle ranch, but for thirty-five years its operated as a private conservation sanctuary. Six percent of the remaining Eastern black rhino live here. The entire ranch is surrounded by an innovative ring fencing system that has sixteen areas that won’t allow the rhino through but will allow other species to migrate freely back and forth. In addition, it is also home to fifteen percent of the Grevy’s zebra plus a significant population of other wildlife including the Big Five and wide range of endangered species.

There are a multitude of activities to choose from all tailored to each guest’s wish list. Game drives are conducted in specially designed, open vehicles personally led by Conservation Managers. Guided bush walks provide a closer, more detailed view of the land and animals. An even more unique tour of the Concession can be seen on horseback. While what could be more perfect than enjoying a walk with baboons and a primate researcher. Fishing can be done from the many dams on the property. The Twala Cultural Manyatta community project supports the Maasai people with purchases of their jewelry and souvenirs. Additional activities include scenic flights in a light aircraft or helicopter, mountain biking, rock climbing, abseiling, river rafting, and a hike or climb up Mt. Kenya.

The main house stands out in its beautiful and artistic décor. It includes a comfortable living room, formal dining room, extensive library, cinema room, and games room. From the bar, guests can walk through a hidden underground tunnel to a blind overlooking the watering hole. For more relaxation, the property has a heated pool, massage and spa, and Moroccan Hamman steam room. For some cardio, there is a fitness center, tennis courts, squash and table tennis, and yoga or Pilates.