Where to Stay


Accommodation in Loisaba is comfortable beyond measure. All of our properties fall under the Elewana Collection, and will most definitely take your breath away, whether waking up at the Loisaba Tented Camp with a view of Mt Kenya or sleeping under the undisturbed African night sky on our unique Starbeds.

Loisaba Lodo Springs

Loisaba Lodo Springs offers an ultra-private experience with eight individual, spacious rooms with impressive views that reach across the magical landscape of northern Kenya stretching out to Mount Kenya.

Service is paramount, with each room assigned an Elewana Guest Ambassador to serve and cater to guests’ every need, as well as a dedicated safari vehicle and a highly qualified Elewana field guide who will accompany guests for the duration of their stay.

Loisaba Tented Camp

With the most breath-taking view looking towards Mount Kenya, Loisaba Tented Camp is perched high on the edge of an escarpment. With a waterhole below attracting wildlife, one can enjoy the expansive view from the comfort of their veranda.

The Loisaba Tented Camp is made up of 12 tents:

  • Six en suite tents: three doubles, three convertible twin/doubles.
  • Three family combinations, each consisting of two en suite tents with adjoining walkway.

The main area offers a modern dining experience with chic African décor, delicious cocktails and a tantalising infinity pool with changing rooms.

Loisaba Tented Camp really is the ultimate combination of sophistication and nature.

Loisaba Starbeds

As Loisaba Conservancy lies just off the equator we have the most beautiful night skies. Unique to Loisaba, the Starbeds are an African adventure in themselves – handcrafted four-poster beds which sit on wheels are rolled out onto raised wooden platforms so that guests can sleep under the endless African night sky.

The main communal area at the Starbeds offers a cosy and homely dining room, sitting room and a wooden deck – which is the perfect spot for a sunny breakfast. Guided and hosted by a team of traditional Samburu and Laikipia Maasai Warriors this cultural experience will most definitely be a memorable one.

The Loisaba Starbeds are located among a kopje of rocks in one of the Eastern Valleys, overlooking the Kiboko Dam. Home to a resident hippo family and a main water source for passing game, the Starbeds bring you close to nature.

The biggest bedroom in the world, where the night sky is your ceiling and the hills in the distance are your walls.

Acacia Campsite

Sitting out on the plains underneath yellow fever acacia trees, there is a spacious campsite. Close to Loisaba’s largest dam, ‘Colcheccio’, guests can enjoy this private, magical spot.

Contact the conservancy for more information.

Rhinos at LoisabaA new project worth supporting!

Loisaba has received conditional approval from KWS (Kenya Wildlife Service) to become a Rhino Sanctuary.

Black rhinos were last seen at Loisaba in the early 70’s, and it is an aim to make Loisaba a permanent home for rhinos again. Laikipia is already a stronghold for the eastern black rhino, with proven success in the similar environments to Loisaba such as Ol Jogi, Ol Pejeta and Lewa-Borana, which are prime black rhino habitat. The national black rhino action plan recognises the need to identify areas for population expansion to achieve the vision of attaining a metapopulation of 2,000 rhinos. Establishing a new rhino sanctuary in Loisaba conservancy will help achieve this vision, and contribute meaningfully to the Biological Management of the black rhino (D.b. michaeli) as Kenya strives to achieve the goal of a minimum population of 830 black rhinos by the end of 2021.

The reintroduction of rhinos to Loisaba not only provides habitat in order to maintain a population growth rate, but also creates an opportunity to widen the gene pool by creating a new breeding population with individuals from several different sanctuaries that have successfully reached carrying capacity.

In order to be ‘rhino ready’, we are working together with The Nature Conservancy to raise funding for the extra costs associated with providing infrastructure and monitoring for rhinos. If you would like to help us bring rhinos home to Loisaba, please click the button below: