Rift Lakes Conservancies Association

Association Summary

The association brings together community and private conservancies and ranches in Nakuru and Baringo Counties to secure wildlife corridors and habitats while generating benefits to the landowners and communities.

Association Details

Name: Rift Lakes Conservancies Association

Size: 447,377 Ha

No. of Households: 20,458

No. Of Conservancies: 25

No. of Scouts: 345

No. Of Staff: –

  • Marula Estate
  • Kigio Wildlife Conservancy
  • Hippo-point Naivasha Conservancy
  • Lentolia Farm
  • Mundui Estate
  • Kongoni Conservancy
  • Sanctuary Farm
  • Soysambu Conservancy
  • Loldia Conservancy
  • Ng’enyin Community Conservation Area
  • Wilele Wildlife Conservancy
  • Ruko Community Wildlife Conservancy
  • Kaptuiya Community Wildlife Conservancy
  • Olerai Sanctuary
  • Crater Lake Game Sanctuary
  • Bila Shaka
  • Oserengoni
  • Cresent Island
  • Kiborgoch Community Wildlife & Wetland Conservancy
  • Kabarion Conservancy
  • Irong Community Conservancy
  • Chuine Community Conservancy
  • Morop Tarambus
  • Kimngochoch
  • Kiplombe Community Conservancy

Rift Lakes Conservancies Association was registered in April 2014 to bring together conservancies located within the floor of the Rift Valley spanning the area between Mt. Longonot, Lake Naivasha, Lake Elementaita, Lake Nakuru, Lake Baringo and Lake Bogoria. The association brings together community and private conservancies and ranches in Nakuru and Baringo Counties to secure wildlife corridors and habitats while generating benefits to the landowners and communities.

Kenyas’ great rift is one of the most recognized geographical feature, extending for about 6,000 Kms. The great rift contains one of the most spectacular lakes, valleys and mountains among them Mt. Longonot, Hellsgate, lake Naivasha, lake Elementaita, lake Baringo, lake Nakuru and lake Bogoria are recognizes as important bird areas. Conservancies in Nakuru are under private land holding while those in Baringo are under community lands.
Rift Lakes Wildlife Conservancies Association is composed of 10 nascent community conservancies in Baringo county and 15 more established private conservancies in Nakuru county. Together they cover over 447,377 Ha supporting 20,458 households. The association was established to coordinate stakeholders involved in wildlife conservation and provide a shared platform for stakeholders to participate in the conservation of the iconic natural resources.

+ Conservancies Supported
  • Marula Estate
  • Kigio Wildlife Conservancy
  • Hippo-point Naivasha Conservancy
  • Lentolia Farm
  • Mundui Estate
  • Kongoni Conservancy
  • Sanctuary Farm
  • Soysambu Conservancy
  • Loldia Conservancy
  • Ng’enyin Community Conservation Area
  • Wilele Wildlife Conservancy
  • Ruko Community Wildlife Conservancy
  • Kaptuiya Community Wildlife Conservancy
  • Olerai Sanctuary
  • Crater Lake Game Sanctuary
  • Bila Shaka
  • Oserengoni
  • Cresent Island
  • Kiborgoch Community Wildlife & Wetland Conservancy
  • Kabarion Conservancy
  • Irong Community Conservancy
  • Chuine Community Conservancy
  • Morop Tarambus
  • Kimngochoch
  • Kiplombe Community Conservancy
+ Association Info

Rift Lakes Conservancies Association was registered in April 2014 to bring together conservancies located within the floor of the Rift Valley spanning the area between Mt. Longonot, Lake Naivasha, Lake Elementaita, Lake Nakuru, Lake Baringo and Lake Bogoria. The association brings together community and private conservancies and ranches in Nakuru and Baringo Counties to secure wildlife corridors and habitats while generating benefits to the landowners and communities.

Kenyas’ great rift is one of the most recognized geographical feature, extending for about 6,000 Kms. The great rift contains one of the most spectacular lakes, valleys and mountains among them Mt. Longonot, Hellsgate, lake Naivasha, lake Elementaita, lake Baringo, lake Nakuru and lake Bogoria are recognizes as important bird areas. Conservancies in Nakuru are under private land holding while those in Baringo are under community lands.
Rift Lakes Wildlife Conservancies Association is composed of 10 nascent community conservancies in Baringo county and 15 more established private conservancies in Nakuru county. Together they cover over 447,377 Ha supporting 20,458 households. The association was established to coordinate stakeholders involved in wildlife conservation and provide a shared platform for stakeholders to participate in the conservation of the iconic natural resources.