Lion, elephant, buffalo, leopard and rhino; the Big Five, all roam through Kenya. This 4 night, 5 day Safari combines two of Kenya's finest wildlife areas to enable you to have your own Big Five encounter:
Accommodation is in two camps that complement each other perfectly - staying first at Porini Rhino Camp in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, followed by Porini Lion Camp in the Olare Orok Conservancy adjacent to the Mara Reserve. The Safari Camps are small and exclusive and run on the same environmentally sound principles - working closely with the local communities. All camps are specially designed to have minimum impact with no permanent structures.
2 Nights Porini Rhino Camp - 2 Nights Porini Lion Camp
Depart Nairobi’s Wilson airport on the 10.20h flight to Nanyuki, arriving at approximately 11.30h. You will be met at the airstrip and transferred to Porini Rhino Camp, located in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, in the foothills of Mount Kenya. Enjoy lunch and afternoon tea in camp and then head off on a game drive with your driver-guide in the camp's 4x4 safari vehicle. Return to Porini Rhino Camp for dinner and overnight.
Full day in Ol Pejeta with game drives and walking activities from camp. Stop for a Sundowner at a scenic viewpoint and later return to camp for dinner. Overnight Porini Rhino Camp.
Depart Porini Rhino Camp and fly from Nanyuki on the 09.45 Safarilink flight to Mara arriving at 11.00. You will be met and transferred to Porini Lion Camp. Lunch and afternoon tea in camp and then go on a game drive or escorted walk followed by a sundowner and night drive with spotlight. Return to Porini Lion Camp for dinner and overnight.
Full day in the Maasai Mara National Reserve with picnic lunch. Overnight Porini Lion Camp.
Final early morning game drive in the conservancy followed by breakfast and then depart on the 11am flight to Nairobi Wilson (arriving at 12.15h).
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|DATES FROM||DATES TO||PER ADULT SHARING, PACKAGE||SINGLE SUPPLEMENT, PACKAGE||PER CHILD SHARING, PACKAGE||EXTRA NIGHT AT PORINI LION CAMP PER ADULT SHARING|
|20-Dec-13||02-Jan-14||3175 USD||520 USD||1975 USD||655 USD|
|03-Jan-14||31-Mar-14||2575 USD||520 USD||1615 USD||550 USD|
|01-Apr-14||15-Apr-14||2290 USD||520 USD||1440 USD||425 USD|
|01-Jun-14||30-Jun-14||2290 USD||520 USD||1440 USD||425 USD|
|01-Jul-14||30-Sep-14||3075 USD||520 USD||1915 USD||630 USD|
|01-Oct-14||31-Oct-14||2805 USD||520 USD||1750 USD||575 USD|
|01-Nov-14||19-Dec-14||2290 USD||520 USD||1440 USD||425 USD|
Prices are subject to currency fluctuations and may change.
If you wish to discuss your requirements with one of our expert safari consultants please call on:
KenyaTel: +254-774-136523 UKTel: 0870-471-7122 USATel: 1-877-710-3014
Baraka was one of the first rhinos born on the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. After losing an eye to an infection following a fight he unfortunately developed a cataract in the other eye and subsequently became completely blind. With a low chance of survival on his own, Baraka was moved from the wild to a 100 acre enclosure in order to ensure his safety.
Baraka is now an ambassador for his species – and a popular attraction at Ol Pejeta. There is a feeding platform from which visitors can get up close to view and feed him, an experience not to be missed. Baraka receives visitors daily from 9.30am to 6.00pm, with feeding times three times per day.
Formed in 1993 as a joint alliance between The Jane Goodall Institute and Kenyan Wildlife Services this sanctuary was established as a refuge for orphaned and confiscated chimpanzees and is the only place in Kenya where non-indigenous chimpanzees can be seen.
The Sanctuary provides a permanent refuge in as natural environment as possible – the 40 or so chimpanzees are protected on an island and access to see them is by boat.
The cost of a visit to Baraka and to the Chimpanzee Sanctuary is already included within the Conservancy fee.
The Endangered Species Boma is a must-see for any trip to Ol Pejeta. Here visitors can meet and learn about the Northern White Rhinos which are critically endangered with only seven left in the world. Four of them are here and visitors can have the unique experience of seeing these majestic creatures up close. The boma also has six southern white rhinos, two black rhinos and numerous Grevy’s zebras and Jackson’s hartebeest.
Visitors are limited and only two vehicles per day have access – so pre-booking is recommended.
Price: US $15 per person for 3 or more people, or a total fee of $35 is charged for 1 or 2 people. All funds raised go directly towards the care of the four Northern White Rhinos.