Wednesday, 18 May 2016

Ol Ari Nyiro Conservancy

Ol Ari Nyiro ranch is a 100,000-acre private conservancy with breathtaking beauty of landscapes, from open savannah to steep gorges, rolling valleys and sweeping plains, spectacular ridge top views of the Great Rift Valley, endless vistas of hills covered in wild sage and thorn trees.
This conservancy is the home to the largest population of undisturbed indigenous black rhino outside the National Parks, the largest population of Cape buffalo on private land in Kenya, herds of elephant, eland, waterbuck, lion, leopard and cheetah.
The variety of plants, animals and terrain that you can walk among will take your breath away. The Forest of Enghelesha is the only indigenous and protected forest remaining in Laikipia, home to the last surviving troupes of the rare and endangered Colobus monkey, as well as over 400 species of birds and many rare and exotic plants.