The 30 000 square kilometers of semi-arid northern Kenya called Laikipia is one of the last relatively undiscovered frontiers of wildest Africa. Majestic landscapes, proud pastoralist nomads and wildlife still live in harmony and the ecosystems are still intact. Laikipia spans from the equator by Mt Kenya, to the edge of the Great Rift Valley at Lake Baringo. It is a malaria free area with an average altitude of 6000 feet. Kikuyu, Turkana, Pokot, Samburu, Maasai, Ndorobo, Jamu and Kalenjin tribes inhabit the area. Many white settlers have made it their home over the last century.