Ol Pejeta is home to three of the world’s last remaining three northern white rhinos, and a sanctuary for 105 critically endangered black rhinos. The Conservancy employ highly trained rhino protection squads, partner with international veterinary experts and ensure data is gathered regularly on each individual animal. on top of that you will be visiting a blind rhino called Baraka and also Kenya’s only remaining chimpanzee in the chimpanzee enclosure.
Depart Nairobi at 6am and then drive for 2 and half hours to arrive Nanyuki town at 8.30am. Here you will have a stop over 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. From here you will proceed for another 15 minutes where you will now be entering the gate.
Start of first game drive that will last 2 hours and this will take you to see the chimpanzee and more wild animals on the northern side of the vast conservancy. Arrive at Serena sweet waters lodge by 12 pm. Here you will have a look at the animals coming to the watering hole in front of the lodge to drink water while you enjoy taking photos of the resident monkeys at the lodge. Enjoy lunch and start the afternoon game drive at 2 pm.
You will drive to the eastern side of the park where you will be able to visit a blind rhino called Baraka and also be able to see the three Northern white rhinos freely roaming in their vast enclosure. End of the game drive at 4pm. Start to drive back to Nairobi to arrive around 7pm where you will be dropped off at your hotel or the airport at no extra cost.
USD 265 for 1 person
USD 205 per person for 2 people
USD 185 per person for 3 people
USD 175 per person for 4-6 people
- Entrance fees
- Local taxes
- Live commentary on board
- Hotel pickup and drop-off
- Lunch - You will be having a 5 course buffet lunch at the serena sweetwaters lodge at a cheap negotiated rate of 25 USD per person