Borana Lodge

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A stay at Borana Lodge is a unique opportunity for total immersion in the life and goings on of a working ranch where environmental and ecological considerations rank alongside the responsibilities we feel towards our neighbouring communities be they pastoralists or agriculturalists, be it in the form of development partnerships and mobile health clinics, or the workings of the ranch’s education trust.

Borana Lodge is a byword for luxury, exclusivity and freedom; freedom to explore this spectacular part of Africa in unrivalled style and comfort.

Its unique geographical situation makes the place haven for a wide diversity of wildlife and panoramic views of Mount Kenya, the Borana plains and the Ngare Ndare Forest.

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Castle Forest Lodge › | Sweetwater Tented Camp › | Serena Mountain Lodge › | Ol Pejeta House › | Mountain Rock Lodge › | Alliance Naro Mole › | Lake Baringo Club › | Lake Baringo Club › | Blue Post Hotel › | Borana Lodge› | Desert Rose Lodge › | Elsa Kopje Camp › | Il Ngwesi Lodge › | Island Camp Baringo › | Kigio Wildlife Camp › |


Borana is on the 35,000 acre Borana Ranch, a working cattle ranch, which is situated on the Laikipia Plateau to the north of Mount Kenya, 28 kms from the equator and adjacent to the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy.

Borana can be accessed by air via Lewa airstrip,from Nairobi Wilson Airport.


Borana Lodge has 6 cottages, two with double beds, and four with queen size beds. All with open fireplace, En suite bathrooms with shower and bath, Private veranda and Dressing room.

General facilities:

Veranda and Dining Room


Swimming pool


Resident masseuse

Sitting/dining room

Internet access

Laundry services provided.

Horse riding, Camel safari

Bird watching,

Fly fishing on Mount Kenya

Borana Lodge in kenya rift valley

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