There are 2 accommodation options available for visitors to the Ragati Conservancy.
NDONGORO LOG CABIN
This is our self-catering log cabin, which sleeps 8 in 4 very comfortable bedrooms [It can take an addition 2 in a bunk room]. It is situated in a beautiful glade near a large waterfall and overlooking a bend in the river. It has spacious accommodation including a spacious sitting room and dining room with an open fire and a fully equipped kitchen opening to a large verandah overlooking the glade and river.
It can be reached by 4×4 and is located in the heart of the Conservancy.
This is your ultimate eco-lodge, being built entirely from sustainable materials and using sustainable methods to collect water, generate electricity and hot water and also to deal with waste.
Our base price per person per night is 11,500/- (USD 115.00) and children 7 or under go free. This price includes everything; conservancy fees, fishing licence, fishing guides, fishing equipment, guided walks, camp staff and firewood. We do not believe in adding hidden costs. We provide attractive discounts during the weekend if more than 4 book and even better deals during the week. You can book direct here or call +254 (0) 799 489 399 to make your booking.
This is our small traditional camp under canvas, which can accommodate 8 in 4 canvas tents. It is situated beside the river in a beautiful glade in the forest. All tents are equipped with comfortable camp beds with mattresses – you only need bring food, sleeping bags and your walking/fishing gear. There is also a comfortable mess tent and your kitchen is an open fire. We have supplied enough cooking equipment and crockery/cutlery on site for up to 8 people.
The camp is located about 5km into the conservancy and can only be reached by 4×4 vehicle, particularly during the rainy season.
Our base price is 4,800/- (USD 48.00) per person per night. This price includes conservancy fees, fishing licence, fishing guides, fishing gear, guided walks, camp staff and firewood.
Here is what many discover about Kichachu: “What a stunning spot! The river was like something out of a fairy tale!”