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Ol Peteja Bush Camp

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is a traditional tented safari camp, set on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro River in a 100,000 acre wildlife sanctuary – Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The Ol Pejeta Conservancy and Bush Camp’s aim is to take gameviewing and environmental knowledge to a whole new level, and is ideal for those wishing to get a bit more out of their safari.

The owner-managed camp gives a unique safari experience, described by guests as ‘the real Africa’, offering interactive conservation activities, whereby guests are given the opportunity to experience modern wildlife conservation first-hand. Likewise, for those seeking a nature retreat and wishing to distance themselves from a busy schedule, rest, relaxation and independence are all equally encouraged.

The camp has just 6 ensuite safari tents (below). 

Owned by professional guides, and located within a modern Kenyan wildlife conservancy, Ol Pejeta Bush Camp’s main emphasis is on interactive conservation activities:

  • Day and night game drives; guided bush walks

  • Meet Ol Pejeta Researchers and learn about wildlife data and monitoring

  • Monitor Elephant, Rhino and other wildlife with resident rangers and researchers

  • Use radio-tracking equipment, e.g. to find the resident cheetah ‘Toki’ (featured in BBC documentary ‘Toki’s Tale’)

  • Track lion with the Ol Pejeta predator-monitoring ranger

  • Track Rhino (by special request only, max 2 guests per patrol)

  • Visit ‘Baraka’(a blind black rhino), observing him at close range at the rhino/wildlife treatment centre

  • Take part in training walks with the Ol Pejeta tracker bloodhounds

  • Learn about the special techniques of ‘conservation agriculture’ practiced on the ranch

  • Learn about Boran and Ankole cattle pastoral care, and pioneering integration techniques with wildlife

  • Watch wildlife from a hide overlooking a waterhole, or even spend an exciting night there (with dinner, drinks, bedding, and night-vision monoculars).

  • Visit a local primary school or medical clinic supported by Ol Pejeta Conservancy