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Located on Lake Elmenteita (within the "Kenya Lake System in the Great Rift Valley" World Heritage Site, a Ramsar Convention Wetlands Site and a Bird Life International -Important Bird and Biodiversity Area), Soysambu Conservancy is bordered by Lake...more
We visited Soysambu conservancy during our stay at Serena Elementaita. The conservancy had a number of game notably zebras that we saw. The place also has horse stables. The other big attraction is birds by the lake shores.
Soysambu C, Manager at Soysambu Conservancy, responded to this reviewResponded August 11, 2018
Thank you for your visit to Soysambu Conservancy. We hope you return as soon.
This park may not have elephants or rhinos but it is a really nice place to spend a few hours, lots of game, zebra, water buck, giraffe but the best bit is the opportunity to drive right up to the lake's edge to see the...More
Soysambu C, Manager at Soysambu Conservancy, responded to this reviewResponded May 10, 2018
The conservancy is very large you will think is a national park. Despite the fact that the wild and domestic animals are sharing the same conservancy this place is really nice. The place is not crowded with tourists and you will get a guide for...More
Soysambu C, Public Relations Manager at Soysambu Conservancy, responded to this reviewResponded May 1, 2018
Thank you for the nice words about our Conservancy. That was an amazing day for you. Our guide shared the photos of the flamingos- simply spectacular. So glad you enjoyed your time with us and hope you can return soon.
Soysambu is a nice conservancy. Not super dense with wildlife of the big variety but still lots of fun to see. The underbrush does make it a bit harder to spot some of the bigger game but that's not necessarily a bad thing - just...More
We went on an evening game drive from our hotel and were captivated by our first look at the incredible wildlife of Kenya. Abundant zebra and varieties of antelope, baboons, colobus monkeys, giraffe and birdlife.
The Soysambu Conservacy afforded us an opportunity to view a variety of animals close up in a short period of time. We saw many zebras, water buffalo, elands, etc. as well as flamingos and storks by the lake. Although we were told that there are...More