How Wild is it?
The Ol Pejeta Conservancy has some of the highest game densities in East Africa so in terms of wildlife, Ol Pejeta is as wild as it gets. You will regularly see elephants, and rhino and hear leopard, lions and hyena.

However, Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate is separated from Ol Pejeta by an animal-proof fence, creating a secure environment for home-owners. Plains game will roam free within the Estate while predators and large game will be safely retained within the Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The larger animals that owners can expect to encounter within the Estate include zebra (including the endangered Grevy’s zebra), oryx, water buck, Thomson’s gazelle, Grant’s gazelle and Impala plus a huge variety of small game and birdlife.

Owners, their families and guests are encouraged to visit the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, and will be offered a range of concessionary rates to make this an attractive and affordable option. What could be better than gathering some cold drinks, stepping out of your house, jumping into the car and minutes later be watching a pride of lions setting out to hunt as the sun begins to sink over the Aberdares?

• Concessionary rates to visit the Ol Pejeta Conservancy
• Animal-proof fence around Estate
• Harmless plains game within Estate
• Plethora of bird and wildlife in the Estate

Open House

Come and see the fully furnished show house and see Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate for yourself. We have someone all week on site except Mondays. Please book an appointment at least one day prior to your visit. Call Ryden International on Tel: 020 3875121/2, 0724-257029, 0734-832461 or email, rose@ryden.co.ke


The influence of Ol Pejeta impacts all of Laikipia and much of northern Kenya through its expertise in livestock trading with the conservation focused communities of the Northern Rangelands Trust, providing both affordable wildlife viewing for Kenyans and first rate schools and health clinics to its direct neighbours.


The Mount Kenya Wildlife Estate, is on the eastern boundary of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy which is approximately 10 km due west of Nanyuki Town, in Laikipia District. It is 2.5 hours drive north of Nairobi and 20 minutes drive from Nanyuki.


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