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Sweetwaters Game Reserve - Ol Pajeta Conservancy.
Nestled between Mt. Kenya to the east and the Aberdares Mountains to the west, Sweetwaters Game Reserve is a privately held reserve covering some 24,000 acres. You stay in tents adjacent to a waterhole, which provides for a constant procession of animals taking their turn at the precious resource.
The reserve boasts a plethora of wildlife - over 400 species of birds, lion, elephant, rhino and cheetah to name just a few. Morani, a black rhino, was rescued as a baby after he was found wandering near his mother who had been killed by poachers in Amboseli National Park. After having been taken to three or four other locations where unfortunately his safety was put at risk by both the presence of poachers and attacks by other rhinos, Morani came to Sweetwaters where he lives in his own 100-acre enclosure, protected 24-hours by armed guards.
Also at Morani's Boma (which means "warrior" in Masai) you will find Carol, a tame warthog. Carol was brought to the Sanctuary when she was found abandoned by her mother on the Ranch, and she lives in a smaller enclosure near Morani. She often ambles around the compound, and loves to greet visitors personally.
A 200-acre Chimpanzee sanctuary has been set up at Sweetwaters Game Reserve. A visit to this Sanctuary and the 30-minute boat ride (subject to fine weather) on the river among the chimps is a must.
The aim of the project, initiated by Lonrho East Africa, Kenya Wildlife Services and the Jane Goodall Institute, was to set up a colony where chimps could be introduced, rehabilitated and taught to fend for themselves in an area similar to their natural living conditions. Priority is given to orphaned and abused chimps. The Sanctuary currently has 24 chimps, including two babies born in the Sanctuary. An information centre near the chimps' enclosure gives you amazing insight into the chimpanzees - did you know that they have 98.6% of our genes? After walking through the vast information and chimp paraphernalia you leave the center with the feeling that you must do something to stop this tragic "chimp trade".

        Why a Kenya and Tanzania Safari.
Maasai Mara and  Serengeti - See the Big Cats & The Great Animal Migration.
Mombasa, Diani and Zanzibar - Enjoy tropical white sand beaches, snorkeling, windsurfing, whale sharks & scuba diving.