Duration: 1 night 2 days
Number of persons: The fee assumes 6 adults or the full vehicle fee if less than six
Visit the world-famous Ol Pejeta Conservancy and witness sustainable conservation at work.
Some quick facts about Ol Pejeta:
- Ol Pejeta was originally a cattle ranch in colonial Kenya.
- The largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa
- This is the home of two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino.
- This is the only place in Kenya where you can see chimpanzees at the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
- Ol Pejeta has one of the highest numbers of predators per square kilometre but still has a vibrant livestock program.
- In addition to its impact on conservation, Ol Pejeta benefits local community growth and economic development.
What’s Included in this Package?
The fee is inclusive of the following:
- 6 adults
- Transport in a tour Landcruiser.
- Park entrance fees for residents (non-residents pay $35 per person)
- 1-night full-board (breakfast, lunch, dinner, and soft drinks during meals) at the serene Anka Resort located at the base of Mount Kenya forest.
- Bottled water.
- Sanitizer and face masks.
Hurry while the offer lasts.
Frequently Asked Questions
What are Ol Pejeta accommodation rates?
This package is inclusive of accommodation charges.
What are Ol Pejeta Conservancy fees?
This package is inclusive of the entry fees for residents. Non-residents pay $35 per person.
How to get to Ol Pejeta Conservancy?
Ol Pejeta is located in Laikipia County, just west of Nanyuki. From the Nairobi city centre, follow Murang’a Road to Embu – Nairobi Highway/Meru – Nairobi Highway/Thika Rd/A2 for 2.5 km. Merge onto Embu – Nairobi Highway/Meru – Nairobi Highway/Thika Road/A2 and continue to follow A2
for 188 kilometres. Take Nanyuki – Marura Rd and Nanyuki – Marura Road to Marura Rd in Laikipia County for 12.2 kilometres and follow the road signage to reach your destination.