Wildlife in the Wilderness

Wildlife in the Wilderness

03/04/2020

At a time where Coronavirus brings a lot of uncertainty to the world, we wanted to reassure our clients that our primary focus remains on protecting our wildlife, local communities and preserving the wilderness areas for generations to come. We are hoping that you are staying at home, staying safe and we will bring you snippets of the work we are doing to keep the wildlife and conservancies going in your absence.

THE PROPERTIES IN OUR PORTFOLIO

Borana Lodge, Laragai House and Lengishu will remain operational over the coming months with a team of skeleton staff as most will go on their routine annual leave. At Manda Bay, we will remain closed for maintenance until the 1st June. We are using this time to focus on improving our lodges to give our guests an even more enjoyable experience once the situation resolves.

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WORKING FROM HOME

We have made the decision to work from home until the global situation improves and our team can be contacted using the details below:

Accounts
Valerie Kemney – valerie@scckenya.com / +254 722 755 250

Marketing
Olivia Williams – manager@scckenya.com / +254 7767 418897

Reservations
Hellen Omondi – reservations@scckenya.com / +254 727 735 578

Safari Itineraries
Alice Mwaura – safaris@scckenya.com / +254 721 626 680

Latest News

Update on rhino numbers on the Borana-Lewa Landscape

Update on rhino numbers on the Borana-Lewa Landscape

01/02/2021

The Borana-Lewa Landscape is home  to 115 black and 105 white rhino (as of today’s date) as well as the Big…

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The Covid Effect on Conservation

The Covid Effect on Conservation

19/01/2021

“Borana Conservancy is built upon a unique sustainable conservation funding model that relies on a combination of visitors paying conservation…

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Extended Stay Special Offers

Extended Stay Special Offers

04/01/2021

SCC has some exclusive extended stay special offers for travel dates in 2021. Borana Lodge 10% off the total cost…

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