From Nairobi: Ol Pejeta Conservancy Private Day Tour
Visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy, host to three of the world’s last remaining white rhinoceros and a sanctuary for 105 critically endangered black rhinoceros. Take a game drive and explore the vast conservancy many animals call home.
- Visit the home of endangered black rhinos
- Explore the conservancy on a game drive
- See the chimpanzees that live in the reserve
- Take photos at the equator
DescriptionYour tour begins in the early morning with a drive towards the town of Nanyuki, arriving at 8:30 AM. Here you'll stop at the Equator Marker and take photos next to the big sign, to let others know you crossed the equator. From Nanyuki it is a short drive to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Pass through the gates and enjoy your first game drive, lasting around 2 hours. See the chimpanzees and other wild animals on the northern side of the reserve. At 12:00 PM you'll arrive at Serena Sweetwaters Lodge. Watch the animals as they come to the watering hole in front of the lodge to drink. Take photos of the resident monkeys and enjoy lunch before starting your afternoon game drive at 2:00 PM. Head to the eastern side of the park to visit a blind rhinoceros named Baraka, and see the three northern white rhinoceros roaming in their enclosure. The game drive will end at approximately 4:00 PM, and afterwards you'll drive back to Nairobi to be dropped off at your hotel.
IncludesHotel pickup and drop-off Driver/guide Live commentary on board Entrance fees Local taxes Lunch ($25 per person)
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