Borana Wildlife Conservancy is a 32,000-acre private conservancy in rural northern Kenya. It is Kenya’s most successful conservancy, and through its closely collaboration with Lewa Conservancy, the two conservancies have now decommissioned their neighboring fences. This contiguous landscape now contains 106 black rhino and 98 white rhino, making it one of Kenya’s best rhino viewing areas. While rhinos are a popular tourist attraction, they are not the only large game on the conservancy. All five of the Big Five are represented here. Borana Conservancy is also one of the best birdwatching areas in East Africa, with over 300 different species.