Ol Pejeta Conservancy Entrance Fees 2024

In this article, we look at Ol Pejeta Conservancy Entrance Fees in 2023. Ol Pejeta is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East and Central Africa and home to the last two remaining northern white rhinos on the planet. It is also the only place in Kenya to see chimpanzees, in a sanctuary established to rehabilitate animals rescued from the black market. It has some of the highest predator densities in Kenya and manages a very successful livestock programme.

Ol Pejeta also supports the people living around its borders to ensure wildlife conservation, which translates to better education, healthcare, and infrastructure for the next generation of wildlife guardians. Ol Pejeta means “place of burning.”. Hundreds of years ago, the pastoralist communities named it that because they used the area to kill ticks by burning the grass.

History Of Ol Pejeta Conservancy

Ol Pejeta has a long and rich history. By the late 1960s, poaching in Kenya by colonial hunters had taken a serious toll on wildlife populations. Elephant and rhino numbers were plummeting, and although elephant hunting was declared illegal in Kenya in 1973, numbers continued to decline. This concerned one of Ol Pejeta’s previous owners, Lonrho Africa, who established the Sweetwaters Game Reserve in 1988 as a sanctuary for black rhinos and other wildlife. Over time, the Game Reserve expanded to cover 90,000 acres—now Ol Pejeta.

In 2003, Ol Pejeta was purchased by Fauna and Flora International, together with a generous benefactor. The day-to-day operations are undertaken by Ol Pejeta Ranching Ltd, a commercial business that uses agriculture and tourism to create surpluses wholly for reinvestment in conservation and community development.

Ol Pejeta Park Fees 2024

East African (EA) citizens must provide a national identity card or a valid passport to gain entry to the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, while East African residents will provide a valid passport showing a work permit or alien certificate.

Entry and Exit are strictly through Rongai and Serat gates between 7:00 am to 7:00 pm daily.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy gates are CASHLESS. Visit their website to book your entry tickets: https://bookings.olpejetaconservancy.org/

EA Citizen  Charges
Adult Ksh 2,000
Child Ksh 1,000
Student Ksh 500
EA Residents  Charges
Adult Ksh 3,500
Child Ksh 1,750
Student Ksh 500
Non-Residents Charges
Adult USD 110
Child USD 55
Student USD 32

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Vehicle Entry Charges

Vehicle Capacity Charges
Up to 6 seats Ksh 1,000
7-14 seats Ksh 2,500
15 or more seats Ksh 12,000

School Bus Prices

  • Weekdays: 5,000
  • Weekends: 10,000
Car hire Rates
  • 4 hours: Ksh 25,000
  • 8 hours: Ksh 35,000


  1. Student groups are required to pre-book.
  2. Any student group without a booking will not be allowed entry.
  3. Student groups must constitute no less than 10 pax per group, accompanied by a teacher and/or a letter from a recognised learning institution.
  4. Two teachers per group will be allowed free entry.
  5. The cost includes a tourism guide.
  6. Special itineraries are available on request.
  7. The child rate is for children between 3 and 11 years old

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Accommodation Rates

1. Pelican House

Self-Catered Option

  • 2-4 Pax: Ksh 9,000 per person per night (E.A Citizens & Residents), USD 100 per person per night (Non-resident)
  • 5-8 Pax: Ksh 8,000 per person per night (E.A Citizens & Residents), USD 90 per person per night (Non-resident)
  • 9–12 Pax: Ksh 7,300 per person per night (E.A Citizens & Residents ), USD 80 per person per night (Non-resident)
  • Child Rate: Ksh 4,500 per child per night (E.A Citizens & Residents), USD 50 per child per night (Non-resident)

Catered Option

  • 2-4 Pax: USD 150 per person per night (non-resident)
  • 5-8 Pax: USD 140 per person per night (non-resident)
  • 9–12 Pax: USD 130 per person per night (non-resident)
  • Child Rate: Ksh 4,500 per child per night (self-catering), USD 105 per child per night
  • Chef: Ksh 3,500 per day (E.A Citizens & Residents), USD 50 per day (Non-resident)

East African Citizens and Residents pay Ksh 5,000 per person extra (no child rate) for the catered option.

2. The Stables/Budget Accommodation

  • Single Room (full board): USD 70
  • Double Room (full board): USD 140
  • Child/Sharing (full board):  USD 135

3. Camping

  • Camping Fee Per adult Per Night: Ksh 3,500
  • Camping Fee Per Child Per Night: Ksh 1,750
  • Armed guide Per Night: Ksh 5,000 per night

Please note that all accommodation rates are exclusive of Conservancy entry fees.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Experiences Fees

1. Lion Tracking 

  • $70 per adult
  • $35 per child

2. Guided Bush and/or Bird Walks

  • $70 per adult

3. Meet the Northern White Rhinos 

  • $70 per adult
  • $35 per child

4. Night Game Drive

  • $70 per adult
  • $35 per child

5. Dog Tracking

  • $70 per adult

6. Livestock-Wildlife Integration

  • $70 per adult

7. Ride with Rhinos 

  • $70 per person

8. Run the Wild

  • $40 per adult

9. Meet the Neighbours 

  • $70 per adult
  • $35 per child

10. Armed Guide

  • Ksh 5,000 per guide

15. Unarmed Guide

  • Ksh 2,500 per guide

16. Cycling Safaris 

  • 1-4 pax $70 per adult

These activities require a minimum of two people.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy Contacts

Phone: 0707 187 141 / 0705 911 021 / +254 110094457

Email: reservations@olpejetaconservancy.org

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