Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary

The Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary (formerly known as Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary) is located on the western side of Lake Naivasha. It is a 18,000 acre private project aimed at conserving wildlife as well as sustaining the environment. A success story is of a thriving number of White Rhinos and the less populous Grevy’s Zebra. Other herbivores are the Burchell’s Zebra, Warthog, Impala, Thomson’s Gazelle, Grant’s Gazelle, Waterbuck, Giraffe, Buffalo and Wildebeest. The Elephant, however, is lacking. Predators are also doing well represented by the Leopard, Cheetah, Hyena, Caracal and Serval. Though the sanctuary has been devoid of Lion, there is a recent sighting of a lion which is believed to have migrated from Lake Nakuru National Park via the Lake Nakuru-Mt. Longonot-Oserengoni Sanctuary wildlife corridor. His name is George. No other lion has been sighted so far. Primates of varying species also abound.

There are more than 300 bird species, including birds like the Somali Ostrich (that is normally to be found in the northern part of Kenya) that is breeding with the Maasai Ostrich.

With prior booking, guests to the sanctuary are allowed to tour Oserian (flower farm) as well as the geothermal plant that powers it.

Enjoy a sundowner in the bush and also a night game drive that guarantees leopard sighting.

















Chui Lodge & Kiangazi House

Please contact Touch Kenya Safaris if you would like to have a tailor-made safari package that includes Oserengoni.


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