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Ol Pejeta Budget Camp Sites consists of 5 campsites located in different locations in the 90,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Nanyuki, 14 km from the equator. The Conservancy is located about 3 hours drive from Nairobi and a 1-hour drive from Nanyuki Airstrip.
Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa, and home to two of the world’s last remaining northern white rhinos. It is the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, in a Sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals rescued from the black market. It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya and still manages a very successful livestock program.
The 5 campsites consist of; Ewaso campsite, Hippo Hide Campsite, Murera Donga Campsite, Olerai Campsite, Mbogo Campsite. All of the campsites are booked on an exclusive basis. All campsites are equipped with clean camp toilets, dustbins, and fire pits. A water bowser and firewood will also be provided. Campers must carry all of their own camping equipment, food, and drink.
Ewaso Campsite is hidden behind bushy vegetation and acacia trees, on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. This is a serene haven offering magnificent views of elephants and other wildlife species as they gather across the river for water.
Hippo Hide Campsite is situated on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River. The campsite is located a few meters from the hippo hide walkway making it easy for campers to take relaxing walks along the riverbank while viewing hippos in their natural habitat.
Murera Donga Campsite is surrounded by acacia trees and is situated next to the marsh area in the Conservancy which due to the lush vegetation attracts wildlife throughout the year.
Olerai Campsite is located along the Ewaso Nyiro River. The camp has two unique features; one being a little island that’s perfect for a sundowner and the other an extended river ideal for fishing. It is regularly frequented by herds of elephants and impala.
Mbogo Campsite is situated East of the conservancy — overlooking a lush marsh patch with a backdrop of rippling plains. It offers the perfect scene for stunning golden sundowners and
sophistication in the wild.
If you don’t want the hassle of cooking and bringing your own food, we have the perfect solution for you. Morani’s Restaurant offers to cater to all your food needs including ready-to-eat takeaway meals or frozen options that you can prepare at your campsite.
All campsites are fitted with clean camp toilets, dustbins, and fire pits. However, guests have to carry their own tents and sleeping bags. Campers are also provided with water and firewood for the entire duration of their stay. Guests enjoy cooking by the campfire and eating outdoors.
Ol Pejeta Budget Camp Sites activities include; lion tracking, day game drives, visits to Morani Information Centre, night game drives, and visits to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary.
Ol Pejeta Budget Camp Sites Camping Prices
Ol Pejeta Budget Camp Sites Camping Prices Include;
All campsites are fitted with clean camp toilets + dustbins and fire pits & water and firewood
|Dates To||Adult Rate Per Night||Child Aged 3 to 11 Years Rate Per Night|
|1st Jan 2022||31st Dec 2022||3,000 Kenya Shillings||
1,500 Kenya Shillings
* A vehicle with 6 Seats – 600 Kenya shillings
* Armed guide (Per Guide) – 5,000 Kenya Shillings
* Unarmed guide (Per Guide) – 2,500 Kenya Shillings
* On-site activities including guided night game drives, lion tracking, and bush walks
* GATE TIMES: Entry and Exit strictly through Rongai and Serat gates between 0700 to 1900 daily
* Accommodation inside includes Pelican House, The Stables/Budget Accommodation, and Camping
* It is mandatory that campers and any ground crew sign the indemnity form on entry into the Conservancy
* Camping is available throughout the year however during the rainy seasons April/ May and September/ October, campsites are only accessible in a 4WD vehicle
* Ol Pejeta Conservancy entrance fees are payable at the gate on arrival for each night of your stay (Non-resident Adult 90 US Dollars & Non-Resident Child 45 US Dollars) and (Resident Adult 1,400 Kenya Shillings & Resident Child 700 Kenya Shillings)
Ol Pejeta Conservation Experiences
* Cycling safaris
* Night game drive
* Riding with rhinos
* Lion & Dog tracking
* Ranching with lions
* Hippo hide walkway
* Meet the northern white rhinos
* Behind the scenes (chimpanzees)
* Sweetwaters chimpanzee sanctuary
* Baraka & morani information centre