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A sheltered oasis, clustered around a water hole, and standing within the seclusion of its own private reserve, the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Sweetwaters Tented Camp offers a charming blend of under-canvas ambiance and uncompromising luxury. Boasting a higher wildlife-to-area ratio than any of Kenya’s national parks, the camp offers unprecedented opportunities for wildlife watching, either by guided walks, camel treks, or by day and night game drives, while likely sightings include all the members of ‘The Big Five’ (elephant, lion, rhino, buffalo and leopard).
Ol Pejeta Game Conservancy, Nanyuki, Kenya. 217 kilometres from Nairobi.
Total number of tents: 39
Type of tent
- Double tent 8
- Twin tent 23
- Triple tent 8
Power outlet for hair dryer, shaver sockets, generator electricity, laundry and valet services. Dedicated central TV lounge.
Dining and bars
The central Rhino Restaurant is housed in the former manager’s house of this once colonial farm, and offers both regional and international cuisine. Also within the house is the Kashoggi Bar and lounge, which centres on a blazing log fire. The Waterhole Bar, built in the style of a game-viewing hide, overlooks the waterhole and offers unrivalled wildlife-watching. Barbeques can also be held poolside.
Conference and event facilities
Business centre offering full business back-up and conference facilities.
Weddings and honeymoons
Wide selection of wedding and reception venues – within the lodge or in the surrounding scenery. Wedding consultancy and advisory services.
All Serena lodges are child-friendly and offer: family rooms, additional beds, cots, children’s mealtimes and menus, babysitting services, educational materials, wildlife presentations, guided nature walks. Family rooms, children’s menus, baby-sitting, dedicated TV lounge.
- Swimmingpool. Full range of holistic massage, de-tox, aromatherapy and beauty tretments.
- Sport and action: Day and night game drves, morning and afternoon nature and bird walks, camel trekking within the Conservancy, lion-tracking. Day trip to Mountain Lodge on the flanks of Mount Keya (trout fishing, forest and moorland walks). Visit to the Jane Goodall Chimpanzee Sanctuary, visit to the Ol Pejeta Game Conservancy Educational Centre (and the chance to strokeMorani, Kenya’s tamest rhino). Tour of authentic Maasai and Pokot village - dance displays, traditional welcome and handicrafts sale.
- Shopping: Gift shop selling wide range of travel requisites, gift items, books, fashion items and cultural craft items – many of them made by and in support of the local community.
- Family features
- Unique experiences
- Sundowners on the Laikipia plains
- Bush dinner by the Elephant Swamp
- Bush breakfast by the hippo hide of the Uaso Nyiro River
- Eco-culture: The camp works closely with the local Maasai Ereri Multi-Cultural Community Manyatta, provides health services and water to the local community, and works to support local schools via the provision of educational materials and school buildings. All menus offer local specialities and full vegetarian options. The gift shop promotes a wide range of items made by local community groups, while dance troupes are drawn from the local community.