Ol Lentille is a private conservancy of 14,500 acres located approximately 75 kilometers north of Mount Kenya. The conservancy is based on Kijabe Group Ranch and works closely with the local community to protect the animals in the area; kilpspringers can be seen leaping among the rocks, hyenas lurk in the shadows in search of a good meal, and a flicker high among the trees could be a leopard. In the conservancy, there is also a chance of seeing greater kudu and rare wild dogs. Aside from the animals, the scenery on the ranch is breathtaking. Acacia and wild olive trees cover the rolling hills, and fig and fever trees grow in the sandy riverbeds. On a clear day, the ranch’s views are spectacular, and from high points, you can often see Mount Kenya, as well as the Matthews Mountains and Karisia Hills.