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Ol Pejeta Conservancy

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Nanyuki | Private Bag, 10400, Kenya
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US$199.50*
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Ol Pejeta Conservancy Day Tour from Nairobi
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US$381.25*
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Ol Pejeta Wildlife Conservancy Day Trip from Nairobi
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US$450.00*
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OL PEJETA CONSERVANCY FULL DAY TOUR FROM NAIROBI
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The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a mosaic of grass plains, wooded grassland, Acacia woodland and evergreen thicket extending for over 350 square kilometres. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, East Africa’s Largest Black Rhino Sanctuary, is situated at the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped Mount Kenya. Ol Pejeta boasts an astounding variety of animals including non-indigenous chimpanzees and the Big Five (the endangered black and white rhino, leopard, elephant, buffalo & lion). The combination of amazing wildlife and stunning views across the open plains guarantees an unforgettable safari experience.
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Nanyuki | Private Bag, 10400, Kenya
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We visited the conservancy in January 2018. As we drove in we were greeted by roaming wild animals. We didn't need to drive too far to see an endless list of animals. The roads are well maintained - for a wildlife habitat. It would be...More

Thank Joy G
Reviewed 1 week ago

On property only about a half day. With excellent wildlife insight provided by local resources to our small group of four, we saw 4 of the big 5 - missed giraffes for some reason. Probably because the well managed conservancy covers 100,000 acres and we...More

Thank Jim D
Reviewed 1 week ago

We really liked visiting and learning about this not-for-profit wildlife conservancy which also has an equator marker within the park. It was amazing to learn about its role and positive impact on the North white rhinos and Chimp sanctuary. This park has an abundance of...More

Thank Giants2007
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

Ol Pej is fantastic. Its some of the best game viewing in the country which is a pleasure in such well managed Conservancy. Its a much better quality experience than in the run down and over run national parks (sadly).

Thank Johnnie_Tembezi
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The only thing we were a bit disappointed with was the Chimp Sanctuary. Due to the chain link fence you could not get good pictures of the chimps as the fence was in the way. Socrates certainly posed for pictures though. Once the downpour started,...More

Thank CndnGuider
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

We spent a night at Ol Pejeta at the suggestion of our tour operator and it was certainly a great choice. Got in to the sight of rhinos ambling around. Visited Baraka the black rhino and the chimps of course, but saw much else on...More

Thank NilanjanaBose
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

First time I have camped in a very long time and I enjoyed every exhilarating minuted of it here in Ol Pejeta We camped at Hippo Hide campsite and boy was it a beautiful set up with River Nyando flowing by the campsite. The management...More

Thank Brian N
Reviewed 14 December 2017

Leased a 4 bedroom beautiful home at Mt Kenya Estates and self drove the conservancy. It was perfect.

Thank TahoeBF
Reviewed 14 December 2017

In my opinion, one of the best wildlife parks in Kenya. Plenty of wildlife to be seen and the roads are well maintained as well. It's great what they are doing for the Rhinos and Chimpanzees. The signposting could be improved though especially in the...More

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ElodieKenya, Public Relations Manager at Ol Pejeta Conservancy, responded to this reviewResponded 2 weeks ago

Hello! Thank you for visiting us and we are glad that you had a great time.We will work to improve on the sign posts to make your next visit with us even better. Regards.

Reviewed 14 November 2017

This was our first stop on our Kenya trip and is well worth a visit. A private conservancy that houses a rhino and chimpanzee preserve. On our driveswe were able to see many animals and rhinos were in the open although several were under close...More

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21AmberM21
3 October 2017|
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Response from Samuel B | Reviewed this property |
Amber, you will see rhino's on a day tour but best wildlife is in the early morning or late afternoon. Truly seeing the last of the white rhino's is a must so a overnight is your best bet. Excellent restaurants in Nanyuki to... More
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lifeistoshort2017
11 July 2017|
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Response from Uwe W | Reviewed this property |
Ol Pejeta has lodges within the conservancy. the only thing you need is a car. no need for a 4WD. Any good car hired in Nanyuki will do. from Nairobi to nanyuki is about 3-4 hours drive if you come from there. There's also... More
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Taran S
25 May 2017|
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Response from Maureen014 | Reviewed this property |
Perhaps atOl Pejeta you can book a meeting with the Rangers that protect the last remaining northern white rhino. I did that on my last trip there. It was great seeing first hand the work that they are going to protect... More
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