Ol Pejeta Bush Camp
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is a rustic tented camp located in the 90,000 acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy, not far from Nanyuki in northern Kenya. The camp has a lovely setting among fever trees along the bank of the Ewaso Nyiro River, overlooking a well-used salt lick on the opposite bank.
Accommodation & Facilities
Ol Pejeta Bush Camp has seven spacious canvas tents with en-suite bathrooms, including one that is set up as a family tent with two bedrooms. With good company around a communal campfire this camp is also eco-friendly, using solar lights and hot water bottles under the covers when needed. Hot water is always readily available, and the ensuite bathrooms have a flush loo and bucket shower. Meals are often eaten outside, and the camp has a spacious mess tent and lounge tent for relaxing and reading books from the well-stocked library.
Wildlife & Activities
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy is renowned for its protection of rare and endangered species, including black and white rhino, elephant, big cats, Grevy’s zebra, reticulated giraffe, and a variety of other wildlife. The activities on offer here include day and night wildlife drives, and bush meals. Guests who would like to do a proper walking safari should let us know, so we can make sure that a suitable guide is available. Additional activities on offer for a fee, include visiting the chimpanzee and rhino sanctuaries and local schools, lion tracking, visiting the Anti-Poaching dogs, running with rangers, gym in the wild, mountain bike safaris, and horse riding in the conservancy and the Endangered Species Enclosure. Please let us know if you are interested in any of the additional activities.