This Kenyan Safari is about a safari from Nairobi to sweetwaters chimpanzee sanctuary.
This is a game reserve with views across the plains and snow capped peaks of Mt. Kenya, floodlit waterhole for excellent and secluded rarely seen game including the big five. Night game drives, Chimpanzee viewing etc
Day 1: After breakfast, depart for Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary. A sheltered oasis, clustered around a waterhole and set in the pristine calm of a private wildlife conservancy.
Sweetwaters Tented Camp is in a class of its own. Abounding with wildlife, unfettered by the more rigorous strictures of the Kenyan National Parks and designed to offer a charming blend of under canvas ambiance and uncompromising luxury, it has long been the preferred retreat of wilderness and safari lovers alike.
One of only four private game reserves in Kenya, Ol Pejeta Conservancy excels in the provision of privileged seclusion and private game viewing
Thanks to its private status it also allows such unforgettable pleasures as the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary (the only place in Kenya to see these highly endangered animals), night game drives, guided bush walks and camel-trekking across game-teaming plains.
Thereafter, return to the camp for dinner and overnight stay and to view animals that come for a drink at the waterhole here. After lunch proceed for an afternoon game drive until sunset. Dinner and overnight at Sweetwaters Tented Camp
Day 2: Have an early morning game drive and return to the camp for breakfast. After breakfast return to Nairobi with dropped off at your Nairobi hotel or airport.
General information: Sweetwaters Game Reserve and Chimpanzee Sanctuary is the closest reserve to Kenya's Capital Nairobi to boast all of the "Big 5" game which are Lion, Leopard, Rhino, Elephant and Buffalo and has the highest ratio of game-to-geographical-area of all parks and reserves in Kenya.
The sanctuary is the only one of its kind in Kenya where, visitors can enjoy the unique opportunity of observing the chimps by boat on the Ewaso Nyiro River.
The riverine forest and savannah grasslands of the sanctuary are home to 43 chimps. As a private reserve, guests can enjoy special activities not permitted in most Kenyan National Parks and Reserves such as game walks, night game drives, horseback game rides and meals in the bush.
The reserve boasts a plethora of wildlife including over 400 species of birds, lion, elephant, rhino and cheetah The night game drives, a highlight of your stay in Africa, allow frequent sightings of the elusive leopard and other nocturnal species.