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Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, Ol Pejata Bush Camp provides an authentic African safari experience.

Accommodations at the camp consist of six traditional East African safari tents overlooking the river. These simple, comfortable accommodations are placed on non-permanent, eco-friendly structures to lessen the environmental impact. Each tent is furnished with a comfortable bed and warm blankets for winter mornings and re-chargeable solar lights. The en suite bathrooms include a flush toilet, a washstand on the veranda, and safari bucket showers brought by request at any preferred temperature at any time of day. For added privacy, the tents enjoy their own veranda making it the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon watching the animals coming to the riverbanks.

The camp is located on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River within a 100,000-acre wildlife sanctuary. Out of all of the parks and reserves in Kenya, Ol Pejata Conservancy possesses the highest density of wildlife. Some animals frequently sighted are here buffalo, leopard, Grevy’s zebra, and Jackson’s hartebeest. It is also a working wildlife conservancy and cattle ranch, and guests are encouraged to take part in the camp’s special Interactive Conservation Safari, a 4-night experience. With almost 100 rhinos in residence, Ol Pejata is the largest rhino sanctuary outside of South Africa.

Interactive conservation activities include the traditional safari walks, day and night game drives, and overnight stays in a hide. But the camp also has some unique activities as well like a visit to the chimpanzee sanctuary, home to almost fifty rescued chimps transferred from another sanctuary originally started by expert Jane Goodall. Ol Pejata researchers and rangers educate guests about wildlife and offer opportunities to track local elephant, lion, and rhino populations. They can even use radio-tracking equipment to locate Toki, the resident cheetah and Baraka, a blind black rhino. For the active guest, Ol Pejata provides an ideal base camp for a climb up Mount Kenya.

The main camp utilizes natural colors and materials in harmony with its surroundings. At the heart of the camp are two mess areas looking out over the sprawling plains. Their comfortable sofas and armchairs and open sides invite cool breezes and guests to come in and relax. Meals are enjoyed under canvas in the dining tent. Evenings are spent around the fire with an after-dinner drink and the opportunity to catch a glimpse of a rhino strolling down to drink at the opposite river bank.

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Kenya

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River, Ol Pejata Bush Camp provides an authentic African safari experience.

Accommodations at the camp consist of six traditional East African safari tents overlooking the river. These simple, comfortable accommodations are placed on non-permanent, eco-friendly structures to lessen the environmental impact. Each tent is furnished with a comfortable bed and warm blankets for winter mornings and re-chargeable solar lights. The en suite bathrooms include a flush toilet, a washstand on the veranda, and safari bucket showers brought by request at any preferred temperature at any time of day. For added privacy, the tents enjoy their own veranda making it the perfect spot to spend a relaxing afternoon watching the animals coming to the riverbanks.

The camp is located on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River within a 100,000-acre wildlife sanctuary. Out of all of the parks and reserves in Kenya, Ol Pejata Conservancy possesses the highest density of wildlife. Some animals frequently sighted are here buffalo, leopard, Grevy’s zebra, and Jackson’s hartebeest. It is also a working wildlife conservancy and cattle ranch, and guests are encouraged to take part in the camp’s special Interactive Conservation Safari, a 4-night experience. With almost 100 rhinos in residence, Ol Pejata is the largest rhino sanctuary outside of South Africa.

Interactive conservation activities include the traditional safari walks, day and night game drives, and overnight stays in a hide. But the camp also has some unique activities as well like a visit to the chimpanzee sanctuary, home to almost fifty rescued chimps transferred from another sanctuary originally started by expert Jane Goodall. Ol Pejata researchers and rangers educate guests about wildlife and offer opportunities to track local elephant, lion, and rhino populations. They can even use radio-tracking equipment to locate Toki, the resident cheetah and Baraka, a blind black rhino. For the active guest, Ol Pejata provides an ideal base camp for a climb up Mount Kenya.

The main camp utilizes natural colors and materials in harmony with its surroundings. At the heart of the camp are two mess areas looking out over the sprawling plains. Their comfortable sofas and armchairs and open sides invite cool breezes and guests to come in and relax. Meals are enjoyed under canvas in the dining tent. Evenings are spent around the fire with an after-dinner drink and the opportunity to catch a glimpse of a rhino strolling down to drink at the opposite river bank.