ol Donyo Lodge

Birding ol Donyo in 88 species

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Birding is a fantastic way to experience the bush. You drive slowly and look carefully at each movement and can be rewarded with the most amazing scenes and the excitement of seeing something you’ve never seen before. You can do it out on a drive, whilst walking, cycling, horse riding or even while sitting and eating a delicious lunch. Because…

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Ol Donyo’s busy bees

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Now that the rains have ended at ol Donyo, the honey bees have been busy.  We have decided to utilise their endless productivity and set up some bee hives in the hope of expanding and then training a community member to assist in the care and harvesting of honey. Not only will this be a potential community project but we will also to…

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A lion conservation win at ol Donyo

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In a land of people and livestock, lion conservation is definitely challenging. However, progressive conservation projects are paying dividends and ol Donyo’s lions are returning. There’s no politics like lion politics. The biggest males battle it out for the most productive territories, and the affections of the females within them. It doesn’t happen often, but when it does the world…

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SADC special offers

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Great Plains invites all SADC residents to experience Kenya’s best safari camps at a really great rate. Stay in a Relais & Chateaux safari lodge from as low as ZAR 3100.00 p/p p/n. More details in the image below, please contact for more information. — Rates only valid for residents of South Africa, Botswana, Namibia, Mozambique and Zimbabwe —…

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