Ol Seki is on a ridge in the Naboisho Conservancy overlooking the Koyaki plains. The conservancy spans 200km square of acacia savannah. You’re in the south-west corner of Kenya. The camp is a 45 minute game drive from the Masai Mara National Reserve which borders the Serengeti in Tanzania. You could fly here with your private charter and land on our private air-strip, which is only eight minutes away from the camp.
Or you might take a short internal flight on a small plane for an hour or so - daily schedules fly from Wilson Airport in Nairobi, Lewa, Nanuyki and Laikipia to Siana Springs airstrip. Alternatively, you could fly here directly from the coast, which would take just over two hours. We’ll be there in our private safari vehicle to meet you at the airstrip as your plane lands.
Near the camp you’ll find the traditional village of Paya, Koyaki Guiding School and Olesere Primary School. However, from Ol Seki, you see boundless plains, populated only by wild animals, birds and plants, reaching to the Ngama Hills on the south-western horizon.