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Kuri Kuri Group Ranch

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Kuri Kuri group ranch is one of four group ranches in eastern Laikipia that neighbours the Mukogodo forest - one of Kenya’s largest remaining dry forests (30,189 hectares). Since time began, its high biodiversity value has been conserved by Mukogodo-Maasai living in and around the forest. They were hunters and gatherers, spoke Yaaku (cushitic) and lived a semi-nomadic existence, making homes in rock shelters. In the 1920’s under British colonial policy, the Mukogodo found themselves in increasing contact with Maasai and quickly adopted key elements of their higher-status culture. Today, pastoralism on the 6000 acre group ranch is the life-blood of the community.



On the edge of the Mukogodo forest with spectacular views over northern Kenya, grassy glades and large shady trees provide unmatched camping sites.


Visitors have the opportunity to venture in the forest and gain an insight into how the Mukogodo people lived, learning about the plants they used for subsistence. Walking, hiking and biking opportunities within in the group ranch are vast, making this an ideal family destination for wild camping. Guests must be aware of the danger of wild animals, and only venture out with a local guide at all times.

Facilities / Services

Water available from water catchment tank, firewood, day-time rangers and night watchman, Safaricom network. Guests are requested to dig temporary toilets and cover on departure.

Access / Directions

Approximately 60 kms (2 hours) from Nanyuki– through Dol Dol town, & 4-wheel drive vehicle required. Out of Nanyuki town turn left at Total petrol station, turn right after 8kms on road marked for Dol Dol, and after 13kms turn right where the tarmac ends (after Jua Kali and Naibor), go through Il Polei barrier after 20 kms, and reach Dol Dol town another 15kms on. Meet guide at Dol Dol.

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Contact details

Tel: 0723 121 262 Manasseh Caretaker Yaaku Cultural Museum

Tel: 0722 253 689 David Masere (LWF Community Liaison Officer)

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