The Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Nanyuki, Kenya
Situated between the foot hills of the Aberdares and the magnificent snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya, the 110,000-acre private wilderness of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy boasts an astounding variety of wildlife, including all the members of the ‘Big Five' (the endangered black and white rhino , leopard, elephant, buffalo and lion).
Offering one of the highest wildlife densities in Kenya and a higher wildlife to acre ratio than any Kenyan national park, the conservancy offers sanctuary to a number of endangered species, most notably the rare Grevy's zebra and the Jackson's hartebeest. The largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, the conservancy also hosts the only sanctuary for chimpanzees in Kenya.
Within easy reach of Nairobi
Just three hour's drive from Nairobi, the conservancy is open from 7am to 7pm and is accessed via its main gate, which is 14 kilometres from Nanyuki (signed just before the outskirts of town).
A non-profit organization devoted to the preservation of wilderness and wildlife, the conservancy charges fees for entry, the proceeds of which go towards the support of both the conservancy and the human community that surrounds it. Typically, these fees will be included within the rates charged to those staying overnight in one of the conservancy's accommodation options. Alternatively, and in the case of day visitors, the fees are as follows;
Conservation fees (per day)
Adults: USD 50 KShs 3,750.00
Children (3-12yrs): USD 25 KShs 1,900.00
Non-Citizen Kenya Residents
Adults: USD 24 KShs 1,800
Children (3-12yrs): USD 12 KShs 900
East African citizens
(Kenya, Tanzania, and Uganda)
Adults: USD 8 KShs 600
Children (3-12yrs): USD 4 KShs 300
Students: Kshs 150 (2 teachers free of charge)
For more information
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