Guarded by the snowy tips of the mighty Mount Kenya, Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is located in Laikipia Province. Home to the last two remaining northern white rhinos, as well as other rare and endangered wildlife, the area is patrolled night and day by dedicated, specialist rangers.

This serene tented camp overlooks the narrow Eswago Ngiro River, with sumptuous views of the Ol Pejeta plains. The surrounding terrain ranges from savannah and marshland to thickets and forests, and is densely populated with a range of wildlife. 

A group on vacation enjoy their sunset drinks at Ol Pejeta


The camp is host to seven tents, including one family tent. Each boasts an en-suite bathroom complete with flushing toilets and bucket showers, as well as a secluded private deck to spend a relaxing few hours of down time surrounded by nature.


The camp’s main tent and nearby fire pit is a great place to enjoy a chilled glass of your favorite tipple and regale stories of your safari drives. It also serves as the main hub for all of your freshly prepared meals, where ingredients are sourced from regional farms and the local women’s co-operative. 

Other amenities at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp include battery charging facilities and a laundry service.

Hair Dryers

Laundry Service

In-room Safe

Eco Friendly

Disabled Access

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The classic safari game drive is available to guests at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp, with early morning coffee and tea for the first drive followed by a subsequent drive in the late afternoon to take advantage of the most active times of day for the animal .

The conservancy is home to the Big Five – elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard and lion – as  well as a vast array of over 300 bird species. Other rare and endangered wildlife living here include African wild dogs, Grevy’s zebra and Jackson’s hartebeest, which are all under constant protection from poaching. 

A combination image of a bird of prey and a large herd of running giraffes


A vehicle embarks on a night drive at sunset with hazy mountains in the background

Night Drives

As dusk falls, the wilderness reveals its true character, perfect for spotting nocturnal animals like leopards and bush babies in their nightly rituals.


A serene leopard rests and gazes intensely into the distance

Big Cats

Encountering Africa’s big cats – cheetah, leopard, and lion – each distinct in their traits, is a common yet treasured experience.


Three rare Northern White Rhinos relaxing in the grasslands

Meet the Northern White Rhino

Seize the chance to visit the last two northern white rhinos in existence, a truly unique and rare opportunity.


A group of guests enjoy a unique horseback riding experience

Riding Safari

Embark on horseback or camel through predator-free zones, offering encounters with endangered species such as southern white rhinos, Grévy’s zebra, and Jackson’s hartebeest.


A Maasai villager stands and gazes afar, with cloud covered hills in the background

Cultural Tours

Explore the local culture, where community bonds and harmonious living with nature are central to their unique lifestyle.


Seasons and FAQ’s


Low Season

Pricing is more affordable in most safari destinations during the rainy seasons. Kenya is an amazing destination all year round and there’s some great deals to be had in low season. During these months, you also get to avoid any crowds!

Starting from $358 pp/pn