Ol Pejeta is a privately owned game reserve, overlooking the peaks of Mount Kenya. The conservancy has a great number of
wildlife including all the big five animals (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard, and buffalo) among other game. The conservancy is home to the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, and you can also observe both the northern and southern endangered white rhinos. Your exclusive access is sure to be thrilling as the conservancy is recognized as having a higher density of wildlife per acre and also a high density of predators in Kenya though due to its restricted size and fence that restricts maximal wildlife movement compared to Masai Mara and other unfenced conservancies north of Ol Pejeta. Another of the conservancy’s wildlife projects is the chimpanzee sanctuary, the only one in Kenya endorsed by the Jane Goodall Institute. Bird lovers will also enjoy spending time at Ol Pejeta as more than 300 species of avi-fauna have been recorded.
Day 1: Nairobi to Ol pejeta Conservancy.
At 7 am you will be picked up from your Nairobi Hotel . Here you will have a stopover at the equator crossing. This is an imaginary line that divides the earth into 2 hemispheres: north and south. There is a big sign where you will be able to take a photo saying you are now crossing the equator then proceed with the journey and arrive in time for lunch.
In the afternoon you will depart for a game viewing drive in the conservancy. Return back to the camp for a sumptuous buffet dinner ending with good time for resting at the Sweet waters
Day 2: Full day game drive at OL Pejeta Conservancy
Spend the full day exploring Ol pejeta Conservancy.
Ol Pejeta is a privately owned conservancy, overlooking the peaks of Mount Kenya. The conservancy has a great number of wildlife including all the big five animals (elephant, rhino, lion, leopard, and buffalo) among other game. The conservancy also has a special sanctuary that shelters several the rare and endangered species including black rhino, Grevy’s zebra, the Jackson’s hartebeest, and Chimpanzees. The Chimpanzee sanctuary is the only one in Kenya. It is a home for orphaned and abused chimpanzees, rehabilitating them to help them learn to live by themselves as in their own habitat.
Later have dinner and overnight at the Sweetwaters.
Day 3: Ol pejeta to Nairobi.
Early breakfast at the camp and thereafter proceed for a morning game drive till around 11 am. Thereafter, check out of the camp Nairobi in the evening with drop off at your hotel or at the airport.
2 Breakfasts, 2 Lunches and 2 Dinners
Transport in a comfortable Safari MiniVan
Drinking Water While on Safari
Services Of a Professional Driver Guide
All game drives as per the itinerary