The Shompole Conservancy is a large privately operated conservation area in the south of the Great Rift Valley, Kenya. It is located between the alkaline lakes of Magadi to the north and Natron to the south. The conservancy is a community initiative developed by the local Maasai community to protect their wildlife, traditional lifestyle, and their heritage.



Shompole Wilderness

Nestled under the giant fig trees on the banks of the Ewaso Ngiro river, this small, homely, and family run and managed tented camp is one of the few places in Africa that combines wildlife sightings in the Great Rift Valley with the stunning pink, red, green, and yellow colours of Lake Magadi and Lake Natron, both Lesser and Greater flamingoes and a welcoming Maasai community.

Lentorre Lodge

Lentorre is set on a spur running off the Nguruman Escarpment beside a natural spring in the heart of the Olkiramatian Conservancy, a community initiative developed by the local Maasai community to protect their wildlife, traditional lifestyle, and their heritage. It offers uninterrupted views of Shompole hills.

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