Location: Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia County, Kenya
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is in central Kenya’s Laikipia County, a conservancy of 360 km2 (140 sq mi) not-for-profit. Staying at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp allows guests to contribute to conservation. Seven spacious, eco-friendly tents positioned along the Ewaso Ngiro River.
The terrain ranges from marshland and savannah to thickets of acacias and yellow-green fever trees. The 36,420-hectare reserve was once a cattle ranch and is still used by herders today.
The conservancy is especially famous for its rhinos, both black and white. It is the only place you can see northern white rhino, with the last two in the world living under 24-hour armed guard at Ol Pejeta.
Uniqueness of this Camp
This pioneering conservation project is famous for spectacular sightings of black and white rhino, the Big 5 and the world’s last two remaining northern white rhino and an Eco-friendly camp.
There are seven tents (including one family tent), each has an en suite bathroom, flushing toilets and hot water bucket showers. Beds are snug with extra blankets, a hot-water bottle slipped in during turndown. The tents have spacious decks, offer laundry service (complimentary), solar and generator power, battery-charging.
Bar, Battery Charging Facilities, Communal Dining, Eco Friendly, Internet Access (Complimentary), Laundry Service (Complimentary), Mobile Connectivity, Private Vehicle Available, Credit Card
Activities like the Junior Ranger Programme to keep kids entertained and engaged, hire of a private vehicles’ itineraries can be discussed with your travel representative, Game drives, night game drives, visit the endangered species enclosure – Horse riding with Rhino’s, Horse riding in the Conservancy, Canine Anti-Poaching Unit visit, Lion tracking, Wildlife – livestock integration, Gym in the wild, Cycling safaris, Cultural and community visits and Family safaris