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Borana Conservancy, Kenya
- A private house with fantastic service
- Endless list of activities
- Private swimming pool looking over water dam
Facilities includeWifi Swimming pool Gym Spa Clay tennis court
- Game drives
- Night drives
- Guided walks
- Horse riding
Seasons in Kenya
About Laragai House
This extravagant private house in the heart of the African Bush promises impeccable service and unquestionable luxury and intimacy. Set within a rich and colourful garden, with panoramic views into the Northern Frontier District and up to Mount Kenya, this is the perfect spot to really embrace the vista that Africa provides. The heated swimming pool overlooks a small dam, which will often attract herds of buffalo, elephant and even prides of lion.
With an abundance of on and off-site activities, getting bored at Laragai House is not an option. Test yourself with some adrenaline inducing paragliding, or a quad-biking overnight safari, or indulge in game drives and scenic flights.
With a total capacity of 16 people, Laragai house is only available to be booked on an exclusive basis and is therefore perfect for groups and families. Divided into three wings the house allows elements of privacy within this intimate space.
Located in the Borana Conservancy in Kenya.
How to get there
Lewa Downs airstrip is located just a 50 minute drive from Laragai House and transfers can be organised from there.
It is also possible to land a private charter at the Borana airstrip just a 10 minute drive from the house.
The house also has a helicopter-landing pad.
When to go
Laragai House is open throughout the year apart from November.
December to May is generally considered the summer months, with hot, sunny days and temperatures averaging at the 30 degree mark. Little to no rain is expected during this time.
May to August is the time of Kenyaâs 'long rains'. Temperatures tend to fall to mid-20's and rain can be expected for a couple of hours during the afternoon. However the rain produces a lush, green landscape and copious animals.
From August to December temperatures rise again and the landscape remains lush and green from the rainy season.
It is necessary to have a visa to enter Kenya. It is possible to get one upon arrival at the airport or before you travel.
Laragai House sits within the Malaria free Borana Conservancy.
When staying at Laragai House conservation Fees are necessary.
Travelling with children
Children of all ages welcome. Children under the age of 5 stay for free and children's rates are applicable for those between 5-12 years old. The kitchen can cater for children, and a 'listening service' is available for children who must be in bed before their parents.
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