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Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy - Kenya - Best Tourist Guide

Ol Pejeta Conservancy – Nanyuki Laikipia is Located between the foothills of Mount Kenya and the Aberdares, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a 364 km² wildlife conservancy that hosts an abundance of spectacular game. Enjoy an array of wildlife species and enjoy amazing African Safari Holiday experiences. As you step out of your safari tent, you will lucky to view the peak of Mt. Kenya, the beautiful slopes and landscapes of the conservancy.

Famous for Protecting Endangered Species

The Ol Pajeta tops the Kenyan park and Reserve League and is astonishingly home to over 10’000 large mammals. Additionally, the Conservancy is the only Kenyan wildlife park where you can see both the ‘big 5’ and chimpanzees. This mind-blowing conservancy is also well known for its range of Rhinos, and visiting this reserve can give you the opportunity to witness endangered members of this species firsthand.

Experience Ol Pejeta Conservancy on Foot or from Horseback

When visiting the Ol Pejeta, safari game drives are not the only option that is available to you during your visit, as you can also complete game walks, horse rides, and even camel rides! Furthermore, the Conservancy also has a philosophy to educate Kenyan children on ecology, culture, and the importance of sustainable wildlife management to help secure the future of this remarkable conservancy.

Visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy

If you are interested in staying at the truly superb Porini Camp and Sweetwaters Camp, then get in touch with Cheetah Revolution Safaris today! To quickly contact a dedicated member of our team, simply provide us with a few personal details by completing our quick and simply fill in Our Contact Form with the details you Would want or Send us a Whatsapp text to reach us +254780337652

Why Go on safari in Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta is the best place to see rhinos in Kenya, and has the most activities available of all the parks and conservancies in Kenya, including game drives, mountain biking, horse riding, lion tracking, running with rangers, cycling, and community visits. 

There are a wide range of activities to enjoy on the conservancy such as game drives, walking safaris and horse riding. With just three camps in the conservancy the area is wild and you rarely see another vehicle. 

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Best Time To Visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy

When to Visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol pejeta Conservancy – Nanyuki Laikipia borders the major Lewa Conservancy. It’s rich in wildlife especially the endangered black rhinos. Spot the big five such as the Lions, cheetahs, and leopards. Also, have a chance to spot the Chimps that get great care here.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Roads access is quite good and well managed. It’s accessible throughout the year.

January – March

  • This season is the best since the conservancy is hot and after short rains in December. The Conservancy gets lush green and attracts a lot of wildlife, and makes it easier to spot wildlife since the grass is not that tall, but green. 

April to June

  • Known as the green season, is when the long rains in Kenya starts, and lodges and camps in this region are hard to access. Therefore they all close down and most of them take advantage to renovate them as they await the peak season from July to October.

July to October

  • Its the busiest and most loved season. Known as the peak season, where visitors all over the world visit Kenya for summer seasons and holidays. The Season starts with the cold month of July and gets hot in Aug to Oct. Short rains in Kenya start between Oct to Dec.

November to Dec

  • The short rains start this time and they rain till the end of Dec at times. Not so good time to visit Lewa Conservancy since the roads get messy during this time. 

What to See in The Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol pejeta Conservancy – Nanyuki Laikipia is home to the special five wildlife species. Best exclusive destination in Kenya to spot the big five. It has an impressive population of black and white rhinos, buffalo, and big cats. 

Below are some of the wildlife to spot in Lewa:- 

  1. The Big Five:- Lions, Leopard, Rhino, Elephants, Buffalos 
  2. The Big Cats:- Lions, Cheetahs, Leopards, Serval Cats 
  3. Grevy Zebras, Reticulated Giraffes, Beisa Oryxes, Gerenuks (Giraffe Antelopes)
  4. Predators: Wild dogs 
  5. Chimpanzees
  6. Different Bird Species
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Ol Pejeta Conservancy Entrance Fee

Park Fees to Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Entrance fee

Below are the Ol Pejeta Conservancy entry fees for 2024

Citizen

Resident

Non-Resident

Adults

KSH

Child

KSH

Adults

KSH

Child

KSH

Adults

USD

Child

USD

2,000

1000

3,500

1750

110

55

Vehicles Entry Fees

  • Up to 6 seats – Ksh 1,000
  • 7-14 seats – Ksh 2,500
  • 15 or more seats- Ksh 12,000

Please note the rates are subject to change.

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Kenya National Parks FAQs

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If you have any questions regarding any of our Kenya National Parks and Reserves safari tours, you may find your answer below in our most frequently asked questions. However, don’t be afraid to get in touch if your query is not included in order for our experts to help you design your best Kenya Holiday Safaris. 

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How many national parks are in Kenya?

There are some 54 + Kenya National Parks and Reserves, with many sanctuaries and private conservancies all over the country. KWS is responsible for managing the National Parks, to protect the wildlife from poaching and from bush meat opportunists, which is a huge problem all over Africa.

What are the most visited national parks and reserves in Kenya?

The most visited national parks and reserves in Kenya include:- 

  • Masai Mara National Game Reserve 
  • Samburu National Reserve
  • Amboseli National Park 
  • Lake Nakuru National Park

Which is the largest park in Kenya?

Tsavo National Park
Tsavo National Park, national park, southeastern Kenya, east of Mount Kilimanjaro. The largest (8,036 square miles [20,812 square km]) of Kenya’s national parks, it was established in 1948. Later that year, for administrative purposes, the park was divided into two smaller units: Tsavo East and Tsavo West.

Which is the oldest national park in Kenya?

The Nairobi National Park is the oldest of Kenya’s national parks. The wildlife sanctuary was established in 1946 and is located four miles south of Kenya’s capital, Nairobi. It covers 45.26 square miles in size making it one of the smallest parks in the Kenya.

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