3-Day Ragati Cabin Retreat: Mt Kenya
A Customizable Trip to Kenya
The 5,000-hectare Ragati Conservancy on the lower slopes of Mount Kenya is an idyllic retreat, which perfectly complements a safari elsewhere in the Laikipia area.
per person sharing
3 days / 2 nights
About this Safari
The montane forest and Ragati River and tributaries are home to some exceptional birdlife, larger mammals including buffalo and elephant, and rare species such as the African clawless otter and the critically endangered mountain bongo. This is not primarily a wildlife destination, but the real draw is the seclusion and opportunity
to enjoy forest walks and hikes, and some of East Africa’s finest trout fishing. A stay here offers a different environment to explore and the chance to be active, or relax in nature away from the distractions of modern life.
- DATES: 1 NOV – 31 MAY (EXCLUDING 20 DEC – 5 JAN)
- FITNESS LEVEL: Any level
- AGE LIMIT: Children of any age are welcome but must be accompanied by adults at all times
Day By Day Itinerary
Day 1 & 2: Ragati Cabin
Depart Nanyuki by road in a 4×4 vehicle, driving approximately 2.5 hours to the Ragati conservancy on the lower slopes of Mount Kenya. A full day to explore the 12 kilometres of pristine and wild rivers for fishing with the guidance of the Ragati gillies, or enjoy guided forest walks, or a combination of the two. The fishing is………..
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Day 3: Departure
After a final breakfast you will be picked up and driven back to Nanyuki in a 4×4 vehicle, where you can catch a light aircraft flight onward to another safari destination or back to Nairobi.
Private transfers from Nanyuki to Ragati return in 4×4 vehicle, conservancy fees, guided walks, fi shing fees, gillies, firewood, meals from lunch on Day 1 to breakfast on Day 3, and house drinks (limited soft drinks, local beers, and house wines), Asilia conservation charge and Medevac cover.
Ragati Cabin Retreat: Mt Kenya Map
Mount Kenya, Kenya
Ragati Rd, Nairobi, Kenya
Best Time to Visit
The Safari begins and ends in Nanyuki, Kenya.