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Ol Pejeta, Sweet Waters Chimpanzee Sanctuary and lion tracking safari

Ol Pejeta, Sweet Waters Chimpanzee Sanctuary and lion tracking safari
Duration:
2 days
From:
USD 52.50
We visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Laikipia county. Ol Pejeta conservancy is set between Mt Kenya and Aberdare Ranges and is cut across by Equator line. Africa's most iconic species hunt, graze, breed and fight for survival on the plains of Ol Pejeta every day, in an ecosystem that has the highest densities of wildlife in Kenya outside of the Maasai Mara. We will be involved in game drives both morning and afternoon and amazing lion tracking. <br>Inside the conservancy, we have the Sweet waters chimpanzee sanctuary. It provides lifelong refuge to orphaned and abused chimpanzees from West and Central Africa. Over the last decade, Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary has been compelled to keep accepting chimpanzees rescued from traumatic situations.

Day Trip To Ngare Ndare Forest From Nairobi Or Nanyuki

Day Trip To Ngare Ndare Forest From Nairobi Or Nanyuki
Duration:
10 to 13 hours
From:
USD 80.00
This is a day trip to Ngare Ndare Forest. We will pick you and drop you off from anywhere in Nairobi or Nanyuki. Other locations can be pre arranged. We will stop at the Equator line. After the brief stop at the equator linr we will proceed to Ngare Ndare Forrest. On getting to the forest, an armed ranger and a guide will be assigned to you. After a short briefing about the forest and Ngare Ndare Forest Trust, we will set out on a 7km hike to the famous waterfalls. the forest is home to 7 waterfalls. The grandeur of the waterfalls will leave you speechless. We will continue with our hike to a much smaller waterfall but the beauty of this one is that swimmers can dive into the pool. We will then go for the the canopy walk. It is 10 meters high and 450 meters long, being the longest and highest canopy walk in East Africa. This is peoples favorite part of the trip and the wobbly bridge makes it all the more exciting. The forest is vast and you might just spot an elephant or a leopard.

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Last Updated: 4 Jan 2020