Three days ago an Air Kenya Twin Otter en route from Kicheche Laikipia kissed the burnished Olare airstrip and disgorged two couples. Sue Emery planted her feet firmly onto the dusty cotton soil and breathed deeply ... they had made it after fifteen years in the making.
Dido means “one who is born on the open plains.” He is passionate about people, communities, wildlife, and environmental conservation, and he loves working in the bush because it allows him to combine all of his interests. This smooth operator has settled in superbly and his urbane charm has won many friends already, guests and staff. He has migrated from the North of the country but is so at home in Olare Motorogi Conservancy that there is talk of him wearing a red shuka.