Ol Pejeta Lodge
Compact, discreet and uncompromisingly exclusive, Ol Pejeta Lodge recaptures the unhurried elegance of ranch-style living as it used to be. Justly regarded by many as the most luxurious and superbly appointed lodge in the whole of Kenya, Ol Pejeta Lodge sets the standards by which the rest are judged.
With the emphasis on total privacy, the extravagant main house is surrounded by a handful of well appointed cottages - picturesquely dotted around manicured gardens. All bedrooms have en suite facilities, most boast a private lounge. Horse riding, floodlit tennis, two full size swimming pools, a fully equipped centre with sauna, steam room and Jacuzzi are there for the asking. A trained massage and beauty therapist is also part of the team. The lodge is situated in the heart of the Ol Pejeta Rhino Sanctuary. Undistracted by other sightseers or fleets of minibuses, the fortunate visitor can enjoy the sceptical of herds of elephants, rare rhinos and giraffe.
Location
3 hours from Nairobi and approximately 40 minutes drive from Mount Kenya Safari Club, Nanyuki. Facilities 2 floodlit tennis courts 2 swimming pools - one heated Jacuzzi Steam bath Sauna Health and beauty treatments, Horse riding, Hippo & Leopard hides.
Activities
Horseback riding with picnic lunch
Night game drives
Barbecue dinners "Out of Africa" theme evening
Black tie safari dinner in the bush
Cocktails at Hippo point
Bird watching
Tour of ranch
Guided wildlife walks
Clay pigeon and game bird shooting (In season)
Despite Ol Pejeta's uncompromising luxury, the warmth and friendliness of the hosts ensure that the ranch soon feels like "your farm in Africa". Game walks escorted by a knowledgeable ranger, game drives and riding safaris ensure that you are constantly aware this is the "real Africa".
The reserve boasts a plethora of wildlife - over 400 species of birds, lion, elephant, rhino and cheetah to name just a few. The night game drives, a highlight of your stay in Africa, allow frequent sightings of the elusive leopard and other nocturnal species.

There is also a new Visitor's Information Centre at Morani's Boma, which is a must for all visiting clients staying both at Sweetwaters Tented Camp and Ol Pejeta Ranch House.

Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary
A 200-acre Chimpanzee sanctuary has been set up at Sweetwaters Game Reserve, a 15-minute drive from Sweetwaters Tented Camp.
A visit to this Sanctuary and the 30-minute boat ride (subject to fine weather) on the river among the chimps is a must...

The aim of the project, initiated by Kenya Wildlife Services and the Jane Goodall Institute, was to set up a colony where chimps could be introduced, rehabilitated and taught to fend for themselves in an area similar to their natural living conditions. Priority is given to orphaned and abused chimps.

The Sanctuary currently has 27 chimps, including two babies born in the Sanctuary.

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