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OL Gaboli Community Lodge Laikipia

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OL Gaboli Community Lodge Laikipia is a small Eco-Lodge situated on the 15,000-acre Naibunga conservancy (Il Motiok Group Ranch) on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The Lodge is located approximately 75 km (about 1.5 – 2 hours) from Nanyuki town and 4½ hours’ drive from Nairobi.

The only tourism facility owned by an all-women’s pastoralist group in Sub-Saharan Africa. The Lodge gets its name from the Maasai word ‘Ol Gaboli’ meaning the Fig Tree. And true to the name, there is a huge Fig Tree standing majestically in front of the lodge. The Fig tree is home to a family of African Owls who has made this famous fig tree their home.

Il Motiok is surrounded by private and community group ranches that are home to a huge variety of wildlife including elephants, rhinos, giraffes, lions, leopards, cheetah, hyenas, and zebra. Ol Gaboli Lodge has 7 rooms (Bandas) that are built from local stone with traditional thatched roofs.

Each banda can accommodate between 2-8 people, depending on sleep arrangements. The lodge can accommodate a maximum of 35 guests at a time and it offers only self-catering. There is a large separate lounge, a comprehensive library with nature, wildlife, and social studies books, and a shop selling cultural items.

Ol Gaboli also has a self-contained house with 2 large rooms each with a loft. The house can accommodate 2 families comfortably or large groups of up to 35 guests and can be booked together with the existing facility or as a separate entity.

The Lodge has seven cabins – or bandas with en-suite solar showers, nestle alongside a shop, verandah, library and dining, chill-out building with huge snobby cushions. Overlooking the muscular Ewaso Nyiro River, it’s the perfect sundowner spot. Hot water and light are provided by solar power.

The Ewaso River uniquely meanders around on one side of the lodge making it possible for each Banda to have a view of the river bank with all the wildlife stopping by for a sip.

Ol Gaboli Lodge has a spacious dining room that ac be used as a conference hall for groups who which to hold a workshop or a seminar in a remote setting. The facility is ideal for team building and bonding. Accommodation is on a self-catering basis however catering services can be provided on prior arrangements.

OL Gaboli Community Lodge Laikipia Activities Include: Village Visits, bee-keeping, rafting, canoeing, mountain biking, rock climbing, walking, camel safaris, fly camps, community interaction, kids club and nature walks, storytelling around the campfire, and driving around and experiencing the true Laikipia bushland.

OL Gaboli Community Lodge Laikipia Accommodation Rates

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Notes
* Ol Gaboli Lodge bandas can accommodate between 2-8 people
* Ol Gaboli Lodge accommodation is on self-catering basis i.e No meals
Naibunga conservancy Conservation fee Kenya Shillings Per Person Per Day


Ol Gaboli Lodge Accommodation Rates above Exclude:
* Insurance
* Staff gratuities
* Road or air transfers
* Excursions/activities beyond the private Conservation Area

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