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Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Kenya

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is located in a 90,000-acre Laikipia County adjacent to the small town of Nanyuki and situated between the Aberdares and the foothills of Mount Kenya.  The wildlife conservancy boasts a mosaic of scenic grass plains, evergreen thicket, wooded grassland and Acacia woodland.  It features a vast expanse of land with animals including the Big Five and non-indigenous chimpanzees. You might have seen black rhinos in other wildlife reserves, but Ol Pejeta Conservancy is home to the largest Black Rhino Sanctuary. You’ll also find the critically endangered northern white rhinos, southern white rhinos Grevy's zebra, giraffe, cheetah, black-backed jackals, baboons, Thomson's gazelle, and Grant's gazelle here. There are more than 300 species of recorded birds in Ol Pejeta Conservancy.

The Conservancy provides refuge for a diversity of wildlife including birds and mammals. There has been an increase in the number of games here since 2004.It absolutely worth spending some time exploring Ol Pejeta Conservancy as part of your safari adventure in Kenya.

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Main Attractions in Ol Pejeta Conservancy

If you’re looking to connect with nature and experience something insightful when you visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy, here are some of the major attractions that will leave you awestruck.

  • The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary: This sanctuary is the only place in the country, where you can spot rescued Chimpanzees. It was established to take care of abused and orphaned chimpanzees. Most of the chimps were rescued from poaching, pet trade, and smuggling and offered security and safety in a natural enclosure.
  • See the Endangered Species Boma: This is where you’ll find the last of the northern white rhinos on earth. There’re only three remaining, you’ll have the privileged to meet them and learn more about them. The Boma features 2 black rhinos, six southern white rhinos, a range of Jackson’s hartebeest and Grevy's zebras.
  • Learn at the Morani Information Centre: You’ll learn everything about the black rhinos here. The Morani Information Centre is well-known for the tame black rhino that lived close to it.  Morani became a rhino ambassador over the years and helped in raising awareness about the vulnerability of the black rhinos.
  • Night Game Drives:  Your safari experience may not be complete without taking a night game drive. Most wildlife conservancies are unable to provide this experience. Enjoy a drive around the conservancy and look out for some of the most unusual critters. Bat-eared foxes, Aardvark, leopard, and lion, are some of the creatures to see.
  • Game Viewing: Ol Pejeta Conservancy features a wide range of wildlife including mammals and birds. It is either you are in a vehicle searching out these animals, or you are at the perfect spot, watching wildlife activities.
  • Lion Tracking: Daredevils love tracking lions in the conservancy. Lion tracking can be carried out with the support of a professional, who will help you explore the numerous lion tracks. The reward is seeing these animals in their habitat.

Activities in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy features an array of interesting activities to enjoy.  Apart from exploring the rhino transportation crate or learning about them, here are some of the popular things to do in the Conservancy:

  • Walking Safaris
  • Horse-riding
  • Guided Bush Walks
  • Bird Watching
  • Camel Rides
  • Night game drives
  • Lion tracking

Information for visitors

Did you know?

  • If you ever wanted to be on two sides of the world at the same time you can do it right here. Ol Pejeta straddles the Equator so you can be on the northern and southern hemisphere at the same time. Get out of your vehicles and pose for photographs by the Equator Sign!
  • Home to over 13 000 different animal species
  • Highest number of predators per acre
  • Half the population of Boran cattle in Africa can be found here

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Popular Activities

  • Walking Safaris
  • Horse-riding
  • Guided Bush Walks
  • Bird Watching
  • Camel Rides

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