Laikipia Plateau, Kenya
Insider’s Review of Ol Jogi
Forbes cautions guests at Ol Jogi to not get too “caught up in the exquisite details”— the “Murano glass globes over lamps, the sumptuous Hermès linens, the perfectly polished Buccellati silver”— but to savour the “enchanting, incredible and diverse” wildlife. For generations the home of the Wildenstein family, Ol Jogi is quietly luxurious, stunningly situated, and welcoming in the highest African tradition.
Micato and our guests have a long and appreciative relationship with Ol Jogi and the Wildensteins. And as much as we and they have savoured its serene seclusion and exquisite details, one detail stands out. As Alec Wildenstein, director of the 58,000-acre, non-profit Ol Jogi Conservancy, says, “What we’re trying to offer is the same experience we had when it was our family home.”