Serena Sweetwaters Safari

Departure city: Nairobi, Kenya

Accommodation: Comfort | National Parks: Ol Pejeta Conservancy | Special Interest: Wildlife Safari

Price depends on the season

only$ 316

* based on 6 participants

For the ultimate game viewing, take a safari to Serena Sweetwaters! This is one of the only four private game reserves in Kenya where you can enjoy the privileged seclusion of the magnificent nature and the wildlife.

The safari offers you spectacular views over the alternately lush and golden plains towards the snow-capped peaks of Mount Kenya. Because the Camp has its own private waterhole and salt lick, you will enjoy the unprecedented close encounters with the wildlife in the sanctuary of their natural habitat.


Day 1: Nairobi to Serena Sweetwaters
Around 8.00 you will be picked up by a safari van in Nairobi to start the trip. We are heading to Serena where we will have the game drive in the afternoon. Where you have the chance to meet the big five and enjoy the abundance of the landscape! This day will give you comfort and adventure at the same time. After the game drive, we will have dinner and spend the night at Serena Sweetwaters tented camp.

Day 2: Serena Sweetwaters to Nairobi
After the breakfast in the dreamlike scenery, we will return to Nairobi. Enjoy the ride back and we hope to see you again at one of our other adventures!

Serena Sweetwaters
A sheltered oasis, clustered around a waterhole and set in the pristine calm of its own private reserve. Sweetwaters Tented Camp is in a class of its own. Abounding with wildlife and designed to offer a charming blend of under canvas ambiance and uncompromising luxury. It has long been the preferred retreat for wilderness and safari lovers. For more information: click here. 

Price of the entire trip: $316 *with 6 people on board.
Gather your friends or join with other travelers on this trip to bring the price down!

The prices on the itinerary are valid in High season & Midseason: Jan 2nd – Jan 31st & Jun 1st – Jun 30th & Nov 1st – Dec 22nd

Peak season: Jul 1st – Oct 31st & Dec 23rd – Jan 1st

1 person 2 persons 3 persons 4 persons 5 persons 6 persons
$ 678 $ 517 $ 437 $ 391 $ 374 $ 356

Low season: Apr 1st – Mar 31st

1 person 2 persons 3 persons 4 persons 5 persons 6 persons
$ 609 $ 425 $ 362 $ 327 $ 304 $ 293



Terms & Conditions:

  • A better price for everyone! Get a refund for every additional traveler joining your trip.
  • The overall rate of this trip, with every additional passenger, gradually decreases
  • This trip will be paid via Direct Pay Online, an easy and reliable service for all modes of payments, all cards, mobile money, all currencies, mobile apps and cards readers
  • This trip is based on a shared usage of rooms – a single usage of rooms will result in an additional fee.
  • The maximum capacity of this trip is 6 people

This trip is inclusive of:

  • Hotel pick up and drop off
  • Transport in safari van, fitted with pop-up roofs for ease of photography during the tour
  • Full board accommodation while on safari
  • Park entrance fees
  • Services of an experienced English speaking driver & guide
  • Drivers allowance
  • All government taxes

This trip is exclusive of:

  • Tips and gratuities
  • Lunch on the last day
  • All items of a personal nature such as drinks, beverages, laundry and other items not specified above.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy 

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is located underneath the watchful eye of Mount Kenya. Ol Pejeta is known for pioneering conservation projects and refuge for the last three northern white rhino remaining on the planet!

The Conservancy is full of wildlife. Ol Pejeta is not only the largest black rhino sanctuary in the whole of East Africa, it is also the only place in the region where you can see chimpanzee. That is not everything, the Conservancy has over 200 migrant and resident bird species and is a home for the Big Five.

Beside the big five, does Ol Pejata also have five main types of habitat. Namely the grasslands, open bushlands, dense bushlands and the marshland. The diversity that contributes to the wide variety of wildlife.


The following list is a general guideline of what to bring on the safari:

  • Shorts and t-shirts or light trousers for the daytime.
  • A wide-brimmed hat to shade you from the sun, this should have string/straps if standing in the van or jeep as it could be blown off.
  • Plenty of sun protection, lotion or cream (High SPF).
  • A good pair of binoculars (there’s usually just one pair in vehicles).
  • Long trousers and long or short-sleeved shirts for the evening and protection from mosquitoes
  • A fleece/jumper/sweater for the early morning (or a safari jacket) and evening game drives, as it tends to get very chilly, especially in the highlands and in the Masai Mara.
  • Plenty of film or flash card memory for your camera and a battery charger for all electronic devices.
  • A small first aid kit.
  • Swimming costumes/bathing suits as most of the lodges and camps have swimming pools.
  • A good pair of sunglasses as you are on the equator where the sun is very powerful. Prescription sun spectacles are not recommended as may scratch or fall off the vehicles.
  • A pair of safari shoes or trekking boots.
  • A pack of wet wipes.
  • Mosquito repellent.
  • Bottle’s or jugs of water to keep you hydrated. Spending a lot of time in the sun, even when wearing hats and sunglasses will dehydrate you in most cases.