Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

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Details of Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

TENTS: 6

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp has 6 tents with double or twin beds, all overlooking the river, so accommodates a total of 12-14 guests sharing.

They also have one larger tent which can accommodate a family of 4 - eg. 1 double and 2 singles, or 3-4 singles.

The camp can be booked exclusively for a family or group of 4 or more for a reasonable supplement per night. Further temporary tents can be added for larger groups if you have a special request

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp is open all year except during the rains in April-May, and November.


Short Overview

The camp is set in nearly 100,000 acres in the Laikipia region of central Kenya, right on the Equator next to Mount Kenya itself.

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