When to Travel to Ol Pejeta
Ol Pejeta Conservancy experiences a mild climate and has consistently good game viewing, making any time of year an exciting one for your safari. The busiest months are July and August, however the best months to visit are September and October when it’s dry, there’s incredible game viewing and the summer holiday crowds have dispersed.
Why to travel at this time
There’s a break in the rains after the December short rains and before the long rains that usually begin in March. The landscape is still lush, making for beautiful photographs, and the air is clearer providing great visibility of Mount Kenya. Migratory birds are also in the area at this time.
These are mostly hot, dry months with an average high of 27°C/81°F in February. At 1,800 metres above sea level, evenings will still be chilly with an average of low of 7°C/45°F, so pack layers. The rains usually begin around the middle of March.