By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager After waking up at the crack of dawn and spending a few hours exploring Africa’s plains while spotting wildlife on a game drive, the best place to have lunch is right where you are – in the bush, of course! Our guides love searching for the most beautiful and unique locations to stop for a snack. You’ll have the chance to stretch your legs and take in the stunning scenery while enjoying a mouth-watering breakfast, lunch, or dinner in the heart of the bush.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager The annual Rhino Charge is an incredibly adventurous event aiming to raise as much money as possible for the protection of Kenya’s vital ‘water towers’, namely the Aberdare Range and Mau Complex, which are the largest rainwater catchment areas and provide most of the nation’s water. It starts with a mystery location somewhere in Kenya announced the night before, 65 eager teams, and a very worthy cause.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Inviting you to join us on safari and having the pleasure of hosting you in our camps is something that brings us great joy – the happy smiles and wonderful stories shared each day are a wonderful confirmation of the fun our guests have when staying with us.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Last month, The Centre for Biodiversity and Environment Research released their first ever biome report after deploying camera traps in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. You can read about their findings here.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant East Africa is home to some of the most intriguing and unique events. If you’ve created a bucket list with exhilarating experiences that you’re planning on completing, here are our top five adventures for you to add to that list and check off when visiting East Africa.
By Anwynn Louw – Digital Marketing Assistant Ol Pejeta Conservancy offers one-of-a-kind experiences which truly highlight what makes this beautiful region of Kenya so special. If you’re planning on spending time at Ol Pejeta Bush Camp in the future; here are our 5 favourite unique and captivating activities that can only be experienced at Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Our Planet, a brand-new wildlife documentary from Netflix, highlights the many astonishing wonders of our majestic natural world. Narrated by the brilliant Sir David Attenborough, Our Planet takes a close look at how humans are negatively impacting our fragile ecosystems. The documentary asks its viewers to take a step back and critically evaluate the individual impact they have and what should be done to protect these vital wildlife areas and ecosystems.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager This secluded area of the eastern Serengeti is a haven for big cats, and especially cheetah. For 20 years, the grasslands surrounding Namiri Plains were closed off to people and tourism, this was done to encourage and support the growth of declining cheetah populations. This decisive action led to the plains now being known as a haven for cheetah. These fast felines roam the plains freely and are thriving.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Relics of Namiri Plains Later this year, Namiri Plains will be relaunching. The brand new camp is situated in the semi-arid and remote eastern Serengeti, set along the Ngare Nanyuki River – an area that offers an uncrowded experience.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Olduvai Gorge is one of the most important fossil sites in the world. Because of this, it forms part of a World Heritage Site and continues to reveal an immense amount of information regarding our past, insights into our hominin ancestors, and a way to understand how many of these species used to live.