IN EAST AFRICA
WELCOME TO RAGATI CONSERVANCY
Unique in Kenya, the Ragati Conservancy lies on the Southern slopes of Mt. Kenya, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and consists entirely of afro-montane forest and afro-alpine heath.
It’s ecosystem includes the Ragati river and its tributaries, and is home to an abundance of wildlife; elephant, buffalo, leopard as well as the rare mountain bongo, crowned eagle and African clawless otter. Home also to some amazing birdlife.
The river is an ideal habitat for rainbow trout, providing a fantastic opportunity to fish in crystal clear mountain tributaries running through pristine forest. So come and enjoy one of the best fishing and walking experiences that Kenya, and indeed East Africa, has to offer.
R A G A T I ! – B E E N C H A N T E D !
ACTIVITIES WE OFFER
With some of the best fishing spots in the country, Ragati offers the ideal habitat for rainbow trout fishing.
We offer two unique options of accommodation at Ragati. Each has it’s own privacy, charm and beauty.
“Wow! Probably Kenya’s No. 1 fly-fishing destination for trout. Unspoilt river, great gillies, a wonderful forest and a comfortable camp! Well worth the drive from Watamu!”
“The Sky Camp was great – the location next to the river was ideal and the whole area was lovely surrounded by the trees. We felt a million miles from the stress of Nairobi.”
“One does not normally talk about the best or most beautiful fishing spots – but I can’t help it! You really need to experience this for yourself – so get up there!”
Charlie and Amy Strachan
“Thank you so much for a fabulous weekend at Ragati. What a stunning spot! The river was like something out of a fairy tale!”
Alex and Plum Hutton
“You guys have done an awesome job. Best river fishing for trout I have had in Kenya. Kudos!”
“What can I say? Visiting Ragati was a godly experience.”
WHERE ARE WE?
Ragati is very easily reached by car from Nairobi and is only 1hour 45 min drive from the Muthaiga Roundabout and only 1hour 30min from Nanyuki. The road in is beautiful – why not stop over in Ragati on your way to Laikipia?