Only 45 minutes from the bustling town of Nanyuki in the heart of the Laikipia Plateau, Olepangi provides a beautiful, tranquil space for our guests to re-connect with nature. Surrounded by many giants of wildlife conservation our little farm offers a break from the Big Five and introduces our guests to the natural beat of our farm. Bursting with flowers, one of the latest additions to the farm, our bees, are busy-ing away producing the best honey we have ever taster - so simple, natural and wholesome. Perhaps we are biased! 

Our vision from the start was to create a sustainable, organic farm and each year we cannot believe the natural maturity of the farm. Our guests enjoy watching the relaxed daily routine with many guests joining in and giving our team a helping hand. A welcome retreat from busy home lives, picking flowers, milking cows, learning about growing herbs. 

Our daily farm life looks a little like this, but, as with most things on a farm in Kenya, it is forever changing! And this is why we all love it and our geusts come back time and time again - they are part of our extended family. 


Daily 07:00 & 16:00

In the stables, experience something unique with the traditional method of cow-milking. You are welcome to come along and observe Daniel, or maybe even have a go? The milk is then used in the kitchen for our creamy butter, yoghurt and puddings. 


Daily 07:30 - 08:15

There is perhaps no better way of waking up in the morning to bird song and, as the sun rises, joining the lovely Joy on the Party House deck to stretch, relax and energise your body for the day ahead. 


Daily 07:30

Join our joyful Garden Team as they begin the day gathering fresh organic produce from our garden, which will miraculously appear on your plate at lunch and dinner


Daily 10:00

Join our Head Chef, Joseph, and his team for their daily bread making. Be the first to taste the fresh bread as it comes out of the oven. Be sure to leave some for other guests!


Daily 10:00 & 14:00

For a small community donation of $10 per person, join our wonderful guide through the community land. Learn about the history various tribes that live in the area including Maasai and Kikuyu and their rural lifestyle. There are plenty of things to learn about form the bush including medicinal elements of certain plants, the birds and changes of the landscape over the last 50 years or so. A chance to understand the local area, the people and natural surroundings. A real highlight. 


Either take a riding lesson in our all weather arena for $50 pp per hour or if experienced, enjoy a Community trek for $50 or even go into the Conservancy to ride amongst the resident wildlife for $100 plus $58 Conservancy fee. We have horses to suit all level of riders to enjoy. 


On demand

Our in house masseuse has hands wash away all the bumps and grinds of a busy day in the bush or after a long international flight. She offers a 1 hour full-body massage, facials or foot rituals at a fee of only $25


15:30 - 16:30

Our complimentary late afternoon tea and cake can't taste any better than when enjoyed by the fire, outside, watching passing wildlife and soaking up the views. Request from the kitchen and enjoy! 


18:30 onwards

Join the caretakers at the Party House for the best sunset views on the property with a drink in hand. We are well known for our signature Gin & Tonics....