Ol Kinyei Conservation is one of the most busy, popular ecosystems in Masai Mara located around Serengeti and Masai Mara eco-system, it was established in 2005 in partnership between 172 Maasai landowners and Porini Safari camps to set apart some land to be cattle free zones for the purpose of promoting wildlife conservation. Its unspoiled scenery with more diversified terrain along with rolling hills on the other, It’s occupied by swamps and water streams not forgetting the Mara river that runs across between the two parks and also acts as boundary.
It’s a wildlife conservancy that belongs to the local community of the Masaai locals is managed locally and it’s the largest conservancy in Masai Mara harboring more animals including the big cats like lions and leopards.
It covers and estimated area of around 17,500 acres of the Koyaki Lemek area, it borders Naibosho in the West, Siana to the East. Ol Kinyei conservancy is located in the right point guests can enjoy the clear view of the Wildebeest Migration from Loita Plains to Ol Kinyei conservancy for Calving during February and March when the vegetation of the conservancy is still low as we prepare top receive our first rainfalls when they move to Olare Motorongi through Naboisho.