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Olpejeta conservancy is East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary, home to the only northern white rhinos remaining in the world and the only place in Kenya to see Chimpanzees. Ol Pejet holds the highest number of predators per acre in Laikipia (lions, cheetahs, leopards and wild dogs).
What to See
Leave your hotel/residential on an early morning driving towards central Kenya highlands. The journey takes you through central Kenyan lush tea, coffee and banana arriving in time for lunch at SweetWaters Tented camp.
After lunch, visit the Chimpanzee Sanctuary, established by the Jane Goodall Institute to provide sanctuary to orphaned chimps, and the specially protected and fenced refuge of black rhinos. Overnight at Sweetwaters Serena Tented Camp or Similar Meal Plan; Lunch & Dinner
Wake up for an early breakfas twelcoming a bright day here in the wilderness and check out for a game drive in search for carnivores on their hunt such the big cats, lions, cheetahs, leopards, also Elephants, Rhinos, and many others. As the sun gets hotter, animals tend to take refuge under shades so as for you its a good time to resume back in your camp for lunch. Later in the day visit the Baraka blind Rhino, learn his story, engage with rangers, feed him and learn more about conservation.
Embark for an evening wildlife search before sundown and later back to your camp for dinner and overnight.
Meal plan: Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner.
After an early breakfast, take a game drive enroute checking out of the park. This marks the end of Ol Pejeta Safari driving back to Nairobi or onward destination.
Meal plan: Breakfast and optional Lunch at Tree Trout restaurant (extra own cost).