Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia | Kenya Safari
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Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Location: Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia, Kenya Safari

On the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in central Kenya’s Laikipia region is Alex Hunter’s atmospheric Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, the ultimate in Kenyan hospitality and safari excellence. Here you will share your space with the last three surviving northern white rhino in the world. Ol Pejeta’s six traditional East African safari tents offer an excellent base from which to explore the secrets of this renowned conservancy – from the pioneering conservation projects that have made it famous to spectacular sightings of black and white rhino and the Big Five. Ol Pejeta is the first choice for discerning safari veterans looking to understand and enjoy the very best of world-leading conservation practice.

Highlights:

  • Traditional & deeply comfortable tented safari camp
  • Big Five & extraordinary rhino conservation effort
  • Superb guiding & service with a focus on pioneering conservation projects

Amenities at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia, Kenya Safari

  • En-Suite
  • Laundry Service (Available)
  • Lounge Area
  • Mosquito Nets
  • Safe
  • Shower
  • Tea / Coffee
  • Verandah

Tents at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia, Kenya Safari

Standard Tents

Sleeps 2 

Includes: All Meals

 Rooms / Units: 5

Standard Tents: Each accommodate two guests in a double or single bed, with all meals provided. Features:  Double beds, Private bathroom, Single beds, Garden views

Triple Tent

Sleeps 3

 Includes: All Meals and Activities

 Rooms / Units: 1

The Triple Tent accommodates a family of 2 adults and 1 child or 3 adults comfortably with all meals provided.

Features:  Double beds, Private bathroom, Single beds, Garden views

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What to do at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia, Kenya Safari

  • Game drives- Learn about the varied animal species and birdlife of the conservancy during morning and evening game drives with an expert guide, handpicked from the surrounding community. Our vehicles are open with a canvas canopy to give you the best viewing possible. Do remember that Ol Pejeta is at an altitude of 1 800 metres and so it gets extremely cold at night and in the early mornings, especially between June and September: wear plenty of warm layers that you can peel off as the day warms up.
  • Night game drives- When the sun descends, use a powerful spotlight to track the nocturnal species and discover the magic of the Kenya’s nightlife.
  • Big game walks- Discover the sights, sounds and smells of the bush on a game walk with renowned guide and owner of Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, Alex Hunter.
  • Visits to Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary- Fully incorporated into the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary remains the only place in Kenya where this highly endangered species can be seen. Over 40 chimps rescued from the bush-meat industry live in troops on either side of the Ewaso Nyiro River, in a project that aims to preserve chimpanzees and their habitats through public education.
  • Visits to the Endangered Species Enclosure- The Endangered Species Enclosure is home to Ol Pejeta’s new family member, our southern white rhino calf. Abandoned by his mother, we are now looking out for this baby’s welfare. Enjoy a rare experience and spend quality time with the calf, and interact with his caregivers as they prepare his milk bottles and help to feed him. After interacting with the baby white rhino, you will also be given exclusive behind scene chance to meet, Sudan, Najin and Fatu the world’s last remaining three northern white rhinos.
  • Lion Tracking- You will have a unique opportunity to spend time with the researchers in the conservancy, learning about and tracking the lions that live here. Information gathered is passed directly to the Ol Pejeta Ecological Department in order to further understand these magnificent predators.
  • Cultural and community visits- The staff at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is drawn from the communities surrounding the conservancy and is always eager to share their culture and history. Visit a local school or village for a rewarding experience that reveals a little more about the workings of the conservancy and daily life in the area.