Wildlife Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Home to the last two northern white rhinos.

Kenya
Location
360 km²
Geographic Size
Dry seasons
Best Time to Visit

About Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta Conservancy, nestled in the heart of Kenya, is a leading wildlife sanctuary renowned for its conservation efforts and the protection of endangered species, including the world's last two northern white rhinos. Spanning 360 square kilometres, this reserve offers a unique blend of conservation, community development, and tourism. Visitors c...

When to go

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Seasons

June - September
Best time to go
Optimal wildlife viewing conditions with minimal rain.
March - May
Low Season
Rainy season may lead to fewer visitors, offering a more intimate experience.
December - January
June - October
High Season
Ideal weather for wildlife viewing, with less vegetation and animals congregating around water sources.

What to know

Safety & Vaccinations
Visiting Ol Pejeta Conservancy is generally safe, with the reserve taking precautions to ensure the security of its visitors and wildlife. It's advised to follow the guidelines provided by the conservancy and your guide. Ensure your vaccinations are up to date, including yellow fever if coming from an endemic country. Malaria prophylaxis might be r...
For more information regarding vaccinations and health notices, view the CDC’s page :
CDC Travelers' Health
CDC Travel health notices and vaccination recommendations
Getting There
Ol Pejeta Conservancy is accessible by road from Nairobi, approximately a 3-4 hour drive. Alternatively, visitors can fly to Nanyuki airstrip, which is a short drive from the conservancy. Transport can be arranged through the conservancy or local tour operators.
Visas
From 1 January 2024, Kenya has implemented an eTA system, requiring most visitors to obtain an Electronic Travel Authorization prior to travel, with a few exceptions for citizens of East African Community countries and other exempted nations. The eTA application must be submitted at least 3 days in advance, with a fee of 34.09 USD. Proof of accommo...
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