*NEW* 8 Night Sustainable Itinerary

*NEW* 8 Night Sustainable Itinerary


Combining two Long Run properties, dedicated to sustainability and conservation across widely different and diverse ecosystems; Borana Lodge and House in the Wild.

  • Small, family owned properties with attention to detail and unique experiences.
  • Family friendly yet romantic and serene.
  • Successful conservation areas guaranteeing exceptional game viewing.
  • Both properties are members of The Long Run, a collective of nature based businesses who follow the highest standards of sustainability encompassing Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce – the 4Cs.
  • This truly is traveling with a purpose.
  • Rates include full board accommodation, all internal transfers and activities.


Day 1: Arrive at Nairobi Jomo Kenyatta International airport where you will be met by one of our representatives to seamlessly guide you through passport control and luggage collection. Make your way to Wilson airport and you will then be whisked away on a private charter flight to House In The Wild’s local Naretoi Airstrip. Enjoy a farm fresh lunch and spend the day exploring your surroundings.

Days 2 to 4 – House in the Wild: Enjoy your time at House In The Wild, making the most of the surrounding Maasai Mara ecosystem which provides fantastic game viewing and immersive cultural experiences. Spend time helping with day-to-day farm jobs which could include bee keeping, tree planting and helping the scouts with their conservation work.

Day 5: Depart from House in the Wild after an early morning game drive and a sumptuous breakfast for a one hour flight to Borana Conservancy. Arrive at Borana Lodge in time for a delicious lunch and a quick swim in the pool before your evening walk to the famous Pride Rock – the inspiration for Disney’s iconic Lion King film.

Days 6 to 8 – Borana Lodge: Spend your days exploring Borana Conservancy; track black and white rhino on foot, try your hand at horseback riding, visit Waitabit Farm (East Africa’s largest permaculture project) or head off on a game drive in search of elephant and big cats.

Day 9: After an early morning tracking rhino on foot, depart from Borana Lodge after breakfast by private charter to Nairobi Wilson airport from which you can connect to your international flight home or continue with your East African adventure.

From $23,434 per family of four* and $16,439 per couple sharing. *Family of four consists of two adults and two children between the ages of 5 yrs and 15 yrs. Costing in USD. Terms & Conditions apply.

Click here to make a booking. Valid until 5th January 2022


House in the Wild, Maasai Mara

Borana Lodge

Sundowners at House in the Wild

SCC can handle all your travel arrangements from the moment you land in Kenya (or any of our other destinations) to the moment you leave. Email us to book all of your transfers, internal flights and accommodation: Safari Enquiry

House in the Wild

House in the Wild is located on Naretoi Conservancy, which was once an intensive farm, it is now the first project of its kind where the land on the edge of the Mara has changed from farming back to nature. This “rewilding” project has seen the rangelands around the House in the Wild return to their natural state, with wildlife returning to the area after over a decade of intensive farming. The transformation of the area has been inspiring, with common sightings now of wild dog, leopard and a resident pride of lion.


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