If you are looking for seclusion and a real safari experience, you could not ask for a more suitable Kenyan destination than Ol Pejeta Bush Camp. The comfortable, intimate Ol Pejeta Bush Camp hosts just 12 guests and offers visitors to the African wilderness a chance to experience safari life up close and personal.

Home to the largest population of Black Rhino in Africa, the conservancy also plays host to numerous other majestic wild animals – from elephant to the rest of the Big 5 as well as numerous antelope species.

Guests will be impressed by the eco tourism credentials of this wilderness escape too – join a research team as they monitor a local pride of lion or enjoy a guided visit to the unique-in-Africa Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary where orphaned and abused chimps are given refuge.

Wildlife enthusiasts will love the rhino tracking patrols, monitoring the local wildlife that call the conservancy home and a chance to radio track Toki, the resident cheetah who roams the area.
The owners of Ol Pejeta Bush Camp are deeply committed to upliftment of the surrounding community and guests are afforded the opportunity to visit a local school, meet locals and learn about the positive impact that tourism has had on many lives.

The comfortable camp combines a traditional safari experience with a host of activities that leave no doubt in guests minds as to the essential balance between man and nature.

Catering for enthusiastic safari goers, families or small groups, Ol Pejeta Bush Camp on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River is a comfortable tented camp destination that wears its authenticity badge with pride.

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Camille Rowe

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