The lush indigenous forest of Mukogodo borders the vast plains of Lekurruki, dotted with Acacia and Newtonia trees. The conservancy encompasses portions of the forest, giving it a unique diversity of habitats and species. Before it was established as a group ranch, the escarpment of the forest was suffering heavily from erosion due to overgrazing, an all too common problem facing pastoralists and consequently wildlife too. Lekurruki is also surrounded by three other community conservancies on its eastern flank making it an important wildlife corridor.
Get off the beaten track and visit Lekurruki Conservancy , one can stay at the following lodge:
Melako Bandas is a self-catering banda set in the shade of Doum Palms and acacia trees on a stunning sand river. It is a fantastic little private paradise; a perfect little gate away for family and friends with an open area living room, a fully furnished kitchen and two en-suite bedrooms with three beds in each.