How many of us have said “I wish I could live here” when looking out over miles of unspoilt savannah teeming with game – a dream for many who love going on safari. Well now is your chance!

1,000 acres in the northeastern corner of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy has been put aside to create 100 very special homes where this dream can become a reality. Each house sits on a footprint within the Wildlife Estate that will leave the maximum possible space for the resident populations of plains game such as zebra, giraffe, waterbuck, Thomson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle and impala plus a huge variety of small game and birdlife.

The animal-proof fence surrounding Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate gives owners and visitors the freedom to roam on foot or bicycle along tracks through the bush, and to enjoy the tranquillity of the wild.

The Wildlife Estate will be a secure breeding and protection area for endangered species – Jackson’s hartebeest, Grevy’s zebra and Beisa oryx. In the safety of the Wildlife Estate, free of predators, precious breeding populations can be built-up and eventually used to re-stock suitable habitat in the wider Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

Designed by one of Kenya’s leading architects, the spacious houses are clustered around waterholes and salt licks with sweeping views of Mount Kenya, Loldaiga Hills and Aberdare mountain ranges. Residents will be able to walk, jog or cycle around 9 km of paths leading through the unfenced savannah and herds of plains game.

The whole Wildlife Estate has been carefully designed to give a unique opportunity to unwind in the bush, explore and mix with wildlife away from any vehicles, in safety, and in magnificent surroundings.

Open House

Come and see the fully furnished show house and see Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate for yourself. We have someone all week on site except Mondays. Please book an appointment at least one day prior to your visit. Call Ryden International on Tel: 020 3875121/2, 0724-257029, 0734-832461 or email, rose@ryden.co.ke


The influence of Ol Pejeta impacts all of Laikipia and much of northern Kenya through its expertise in livestock trading with the conservation focused communities of the Northern Rangelands Trust, providing both affordable wildlife viewing for Kenyans and first rate schools and health clinics to its direct neighbours.


The Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate, is on the eastern boundary of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy which is approximately 10 km due west of Nanyuki Town, in Laikipia District. It is 2.5 hours drive north of Nairobi and 20 minutes drive from Nanyuki.


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