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Olare Orok Conservancy

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What A beautiful place to visit during your safari vacation

The Conservancy is nice with full of wildlife among the Big five. One good thing is that you dot... read more

Reviewed yesterday
Nairobi, Kenya
Absolutely spectacular!

We stayed at the Kempinski property within the Olare Orok Conservancy. Clearly one of the nicest... read more

Reviewed 3 weeks ago
David O
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Reviewed yesterday

The Conservancy is nice with full of wildlife among the Big five. One good thing is that you dot drive far looking for animals all very close and easy to spot. Less of human interaction than National Parks and game reserve. Thanks to Ben the...More

Thank michaelmO1515HB
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We stayed at the Kempinski property within the Olare Orok Conservancy. Clearly one of the nicest properties I've ever stayed at anywhere in the world. The Park itself is almost completely natural, with only luxury tent structures (with very good foundations and flooring!) within the...More

Thank David O
Reviewed 8 April 2018

The conservancy ensures that there are not too many vehicles, and that you are able to do night drives etc. The access to the Masai Mara Park is the only issue, as it is a long drive away.

3  Thank Vishak A
Reviewed 7 April 2018

Saw so much. We did not realise the difference between a conservancy and a national park. The BIG difference is in the conservancy you don't have to stick to the roads, so your guide to go up close to the animals. You don't need a...More

2  Thank Mark L
Reviewed 22 March 2018

We saw many different kinds of animals during our time there including cheetahs, giraffes, elephants, hyenas, and even a pride of lions.

2  Thank questbj
Reviewed 18 March 2018

One of the smaller conservancies but the core area is rich in game and wildlife activity. Regular sightings of all the big cats and all the usual plains game. We had an outstanding three days, some of the best game viewing and photo opportunities in...More

2  Thank Berdewelle
Reviewed 3 March 2018

Great conservancy, huge amounts of wildlife as well as lots of various geographical and topographical features so it gives you a bunch of different looks and feels within a small area. The limit on how many cars are on a sighting is a godsend as...More

Thank Lincoln H
Reviewed 9 February 2018

The Conservancy restricts the number of vehicles allowed so you get more exclusive sightings and avoid the noisy and multiple vehicles in the general Reserve area.

Thank AlisonAT
Reviewed 21 January 2018

This is now part of the Olare Motorogi Conservancy and lives up to the high standards of the Conservancy model We stayed at Porini Lion Camp and the game viewing was as outstanding as ever - of particular note is the regular leopard sightings. The...More

Thank Safaribuff
Reviewed 19 January 2018

It was an amazing surprise to find out that in the conservancies the jeep can get very close to the animals! This was beyond what we expected!!! we had Fig, the leopard, rest and get shade under our jeep! some lions also decided to use...More

Thank Ainara08
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