Olpejeta Conservancy Day Tour - Nairobi

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Tour Information

Key Details

  • Mobile Voucher Accepted
  • Hotel pickup Available
  • Duration: 8 Hrs
  • Language:
    English
  • Departure Time :
    6.00am, 7.00am, 8.00am Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on reconfirmation.
  • Return Details :
    • Dress code is formal • A current valid passport is required on the day of travel Hotel pickups commence approximately 30 - 60 minutes prior to this time, exact pickup time will be advised on r.. read more
  • Cancellation Policy :
    This activity is non-refundable Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.

Overview

This tour takes you to Mt Kenya region. Mt Kenya is the highest mountain in Kenya and is well visible early in the morning. Along the road are coffee plantations. Ol pejeta conservancy is a private wildlife reserve famous for endangered species like the white rhino and chimpanzees. It is one of the best wildlife protection centers with maximum security to avert poaching.

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Get an early start on the day with 6am pickup at your accommodations in Nairobi, then begin the 2.5-hour trip to Nanyuki town, where you’ll stretch your legs by the official equator line. On the way, enjoy panoramic views of the green vegetation and the beauty of the Kenyan coffee farms. Continue for another 15 minutes to Ol Pejeta Conservancy for the first, two-hour game drive of the day. Explore the park’s northern area, which is home to a plentiful population of chimpanzees, and keep watch for some of the “Big Five” that live within the conservancy: lions, cape buffalo, African elephants, leopard, and rhinoceros are all spotted here, including the very rare white rhino. Visit the chimpanzee sanctuary the only of its kind in Kenya that rescues and takes care of orphaned chimpanzees.You will enjoy hot lunch at the Sweet waters Serena Camp and 30 minutes of relaxation before going back to the park for more game drives.You will depart the park at around 4.30pm heading back to nairobi . You expect to arrive at 8.00pm with a lot of memories with regards to this great tour.

Itinerary:


Get an early start on the day with 6am pickup at your accommodations in Nairobi, then begin the 2.5-hour trip to Nanyuki town, where you’ll stretch your legs by the official equator line. On the way, enjoy panoramic views of the green vegetation and the beauty of the Kenyan coffee farms. Continue for another 15 minutes to Ol Pejeta Conservancy for the first, two-hour game drive of the day. Explore the park’s northern area, which is home to a plentiful population of chimpanzees, and keep watch for some of the “Big Five” that live within the conservancy: lions, cape buffalo, African elephants, leopard, and rhinoceros are all spotted here, including the very rare white rhino. Visit the chimpanzee sanctuary the only of its kind in Kenya that rescues and takes care of orphaned chimpanzees. You will enjoy hot lunch at the Sweet waters Serena Camp and 30 minutes of relaxation before going back to the park for more game drives. You will depart the park at around 4.30pm heading back to nairobi . You expect to arrive at 8.00pm with a lot of memories with regards to this great tour.

Inclusions

  • Buffet lunch
  • Hotel/port pickup
  • Bottled water
  • National Park fees
  • All taxes, fees and handling charges
  • Driver/guide

Exclusions

  • Gratuities

Additional Info

Wheelchair accessible

Infants are required to sit on an adults lap

Suitable for all physical fitness levels

Dress code is casual

May be operated by a multi-lingual guide

A current valid passport is required on the day of travel

Traveler Reviews

  • 26-Oct-2022

    Excellent setting for wildlife aficionados. A cheetah was nearby with a kill, and we discovered a leopard and her youngster close outside the lodge. In addition to this, we also spotted numerous reticulated giraffe, grevy zebra, and elephants in the region. .

  • 25-Sep-2022

    Amazing park but the road is uncomfortable, and also the van. I suggest to divide the transportation into two stages. The first with car and then the safari by jeep

  • 18-Apr-2022

    Awesome conservancy center with many wildlife to see and good staff. I'm still thinking bout Baraka the white blind Rhino and the Chimp that folded it's hands like a human. I was however disturbed by the high cost of accessing the conservancy for citizens. For normal parks in Kenya we pay ksh.250 but we paid ksh.1400 per person and ksh.600 for our car. Quite high for a common citizen. I was equally concerned that the conservancy is allegedly owned by white settlers occupying over 90,000 acres of land and equally deals with with wheat farming and beef production. I wondered why such an investments is not in the hands of our government. I promised myself to look into the history of this conservancy. I wondered if there 99 year lease has elapsed. It's our wildlife, it's our land!