The Olpejeta Conservancy is in central Kenya’s Laikipia County sandwiched between the towering Mt. Kenya and the iconic aberdare ranges.
The conservancy is 90,000acre (360km2) but for- profit wildlife conservancy.
It is situated 206km from the city of Nairobi, and 176km from Nakuru by paved (tarmac) roads and 13km from the regional town of Nanyuki.
The conservancy is home to the big five namely lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhino among other numerous carnivores, herbivores and birdlife.
It is also the only sanctuary where you can see the highly endangered chimpanzees in Kenya which have been rescued from captivity and protected here while in the wild.
Olpejeta conservancy is also home to the almost extinct northern white rhino.
It also has one of the largest populations of the endangered black rhino.
Sweet Waters Serena Tented Camp, clustered around a waterhole; this luxury camp is designed to offer a charming and unfettered ambience and in comprising luxury.
A restaurant with most kinds of cuisine, with a dining area with clear glass walled area where you can watch the black and white rhinos and other animals as they come to the waterhole for a drink.
Activities include day and night game drives, nature walks, and chimpanzee viewing at the chimp sanctuary.
56, luxury tents with ensuite bathrooms and private verandah with exquisite view of the waterhole.
Boarding is on a half board and full board basis.
Set against the spectacular view of the magnificent and second highest mountain in Africa – Mt. Kenya.
This house retains the original hospitality of old with its original and unique paintings and furnishings.
A dining room serving country style cuisine; leisure activities includes night and day game drives, swimming visit to the chimpanzees, sanctuary; there is also free WI-FI.
6 homely luxurious rooms with bathrooms ensuite and each can accommodate 2 adults and 1 child.
Boarding is on a full board basis with breakfast, lunch and dinner provided.