Snap up a summer safari bargain – trust us, staying at Ol Pejeta looks AMAZING!
If you’ve always wanted to go on a family safari but not had the budget, then this summer why not take advantage of a great summer safari bargain from Ol Pejeta Safari Cottages (www.thesafaricottages.com) in Kenya.
The cottages are owned and run by popular safari experts Andy and Sonja Webb and are set in the Southern wilderness area of the award-winning Ol Pejeta Conservancy.
Last minute bookings confirmed within four weeks of travel (and that includes these summer school holidays) will be booked at its Out of Season rate of US$375 pppn fully inclusive – that’s a saving of US$205pppn. Children under 12 are half price and under three stay free of charge (and yes, there is still August and September availability). Conservancy fees are included.
These safari style cottages are ideal for families of all ages – the two larger cottages have big double bedrooms (each with ensuite) and can sleep up to six people; while the two smaller cottages sleep up to three. Each cottage has its own night guard and an electric fence surrounds the property.
All meals and drinks are included and each cottage has a dedicated chef and waiter so families can decide when they want to eat to suit the little people. Meals can be taken on the fabulous veranda or in the cosy dining room in front of a log fire.
Even better, each cottage also has its own game vehicle for safari activities and its own qualified Kenyan guide at no extra cost – which means families don’t have to share with others or dig deeper into their pockets for an exclusive vehicle.
You’ll get to go out on game drives, picnic in the bush (and on the Equator), go walking and spot everything from elephants to lions to buffalo and birds.
At extra cost, you can visit Ol Pejeta Conservancy’s Endangered Species Boma to meet Sudan, one of three last remaining northern white rhino in the world, recently featured on the BBC. Kids can also be ‘tracked’ by the anti-poaching dog unit, go lion tracking or go behind the scenes at the chimpanzee sanctuary.
Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.