Leased a 4 bedroom beautiful home at Mt Kenya Estates and self drove the conservancy. It was perfect.
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In my opinion, one of the best wildlife parks in Kenya. Plenty of wildlife to be seen and the roads are well maintained as well. It's great what they are doing for the Rhinos and Chimpanzees. The signposting could be improved though especially in the...More
This was our first stop on our Kenya trip and is well worth a visit. A private conservancy that houses a rhino and chimpanzee preserve. On our driveswe were able to see many animals and rhinos were in the open although several were under close...More
This conservancy is often overlooked in favour of the Maasai Mara, despite being only a few hours drive from Nairobi. It is truly a world class conservancy, at the forefront of protecting endangered species, and working in harmony with the local population. The game drive...More
This is a great preserve to see the rhinos up close. We also had a chance to see the chimpanzees. The work they are doing at the conservancy is great.
Ol Pejeta provide an excellent place for visitors and local community. I visited Ol Pejeta with my colleagues last year, and all of us were were deep moved by here. Not only the amazing lions we met at night safari, but also what Ol Pejeta...More
What a cracking place. It is simply huge and with so much to see. We drove around for 6 hours and did not even cover half the park. Also has a good restaurant and a few attractions such as a Hippo Hide, Chimpanzee enclosure and...More
Amazing experience, so many different species, including of course the wonderful rhino, including sighting a couple of black rhino. An experience never to be forgotten
Antony ranger showed us the Hippos Hiding ones. Martin at the Chimps showed us the Center for rescued Chimps started by Jane Goodall. James at the Rino center with Sadam, the last male of his Species Made it possible for a very meaningful message for...More
Small conservation area where you can see the last 3 northern White Rhinos in the world. Saw quite a few other animals roaming free including southern white rhinos. Makes for a worthwhile visit.