Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Within the broad swathe of game-rich grasslands and hills that make up the Laikipia region, is Ol Pejeta, a 90,000-acre innovative wildlife conservancy. Home to an enormous array of Kenyan wildlife, Ol Pejeta hosts a range of nocturnal night safaris, lion tracking, horse riding and guided bush walks.
The organisation is a haven for endangered species, including cheetahs and the "Big Five", African wild dogs, oryx and bat-eared fox along with giraffe, hippos, zebra, and more than 500 bird species, including the Great Egret and Makchite sunbirds.
The last two northern white rhino on Earth reside here, and it is the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa. Also within Ol Pejeta is The Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Established with the Jane Goodall Institute to provide lifelong refuge for orphaned chimpanzees, this is the only place chimpanzees can be seen in Kenya.