Morning or Afternoon Game Drives (approx. 3-4hrs

Watching wildlife at close range, but without encroaching on their space, is endlessly fascinating and our guides’ instincts and experience will provide superb photo opportunities of wild animals. The safari customized 4WD vehicles are designed to give ever a perfect view.

Lion Tracking

The Lion Tracking program monitors the Conservancy lions (some have been collared with receivers). As part of the program, we are able to track the lions with a portable tracking unit and remit the data to the study centre. This includes game drive as above.

Night Game Drives

Night Game Drives are offered to enable you the chance to observe lesser seen nocturnal species. Night game viewing vehicles are fitted with a hand-held filtered spotlight and resident species include aardvark, genet, bat-eared fox, striped hyena, serval, honey badger, civet and zorilla.

Game Walks (approx 2 hrs)

A different perspective is gained through escorted walks on the savannah. Our interpretive guides will point out the spoor of a leopard, the nest of a rare bird or signs of recent migration activity that would pass unnoticed by the eyes of strangers.

Mountain Biking

It is a very different mode of safari on a bicycle, an experience you will remember! Includes a short game drive en-route to the designated riding area and we adapt our ride to your fitness. Allow 3 hours for the execution.


The little lake in from of Kicheche Laikipia Camp offers the unique opportunity of canoeing just in the middle of the reserve with a chance of viewing the animals coming to drink.

Visit the Endangered Species Enclosure

The last remaining animals of this species were translocated to Ol Pejeta and it is hoped will create the nucleus of a successful breeding program. In addition to the Northern White Rhino with the last 4 out 7 remaining in the world, it is home to a number of endangered species including the locally threatened Jackson’s hartebeest and Grevy’s zebra. It is possible to visit the enclosure during your visit at Ol Pejeta Conservancy. 

Horse riding

Take a morning or an evening ride within the 600-acre Endangered Species Enclosure, accompanied by knowledgeable staff on Ol Pejeta’s safari horses. These rides will take you on a journey through a predator-free area set aside by Ol Pejeta for the recovery of the northern white rhinoceros.

Chimpanzee visit

Enjoy a unique opportunity of viewing chimpanzees and learn more about the day-to-day care of the chimpanzees in our care. Chimpanzees are not indigenous to Kenya and Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary is the only place to see them in Kenya.

Morani information centre visit

The Morani Information Centre is named in honour of the tame black rhino that used to live next to it. Over the years, Morani was an icon at Ol Pejeta, an ambassador for his species.

The Morani Information Centre offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the different wildlife species that live on Ol Pejeta; from anatomy to behaviour to habitat. It also offers an insight into how Ol Pejeta Conservancy works – what they do on a daily basis to safeguard wildlife and preserve wilderness.


Black rhino Baraka lives in what used to be Morani’s  100-acre  enclosure,  carrying  the  flag for his predecessor.  Baraka was born in the wild in Ol Pejeta, but lost sight in both eyes due to a fight and then a cataract. Baraka now lives in the enclosure, located next to the Morani Information Centre, for his own safety, and has taken to his new role as rhino ambassador. 

Lolldaiga Fly camp

The stunning Lolldaiga Hills offers excellent walking terrain. You will be escorted by a Kicheche Silver guide and overnight in a mobile campsite. A lightweight fly-camp, staffed by a cook and a camp hand, will be set up in advance of arrival. A lightweight mess shelter will be used in the event of rain.

Ngare Ndare Forest Visit

A full day trip to the beautiful Ngare Ndare Forest located outside Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Guided walk in the forest, bird watching, canopy walk, picnic lunch. Back to camp by sunset.