By Thorn Mulli
Saturday, September 26, 2020
08:00hrs: Train leaves Thika Railway Station for Nanyuki.
13:30hrs: Train arrives at Nanyuki Train Station where transfer vehicles will be waiting to take guests to Ol Pejeta Conservancy-the largest black rhino sanctuary in East and Central Africa-for an evening game drive. Guests will also enjoy an exclusive experience of the Rhino Sanctuary, where the world's remaining Northern White Rhinoceros are housed as well as the region's only Chimpanzee Sanctuary. Other than the sanctuary visit, guests will enjoy an astounding variety of wild animals including all the ‘Big Five’.
18:30hrs: Guests exit the conservancy. Transfer of guests to their respective accommodation for check in, dinner and overnight stay.
Sunday, September 27, 2020
08:00hrs: Breakfast at the respective hotels.
09:30hrs: Pick up from the hotels for a Nanyuki town tour.
11:00hrs: Train departs from Nanyuki to arrive in Thika by 4:30pm
Nanyuki serves as the gateway to the Laikipia County, one of the world's most important wildlife conservation areas. This resort town, rich in game and nature reserves, lies smack along the Equator and boasts breathtaking landscapes with spectacular views of the mountain-Mount Kenya-that gave our country a name. Nanyuki also boasts unique adventure activities and rich cultural heritage worth experiencing.
It is for this reason that Travelog, a product of Standard Media Group PLC, in partnership with Laikipia County are celebrating this great destination with an grand two-day trip via the newly revamped Railway dubbed “Twende Nanyuki – Mwisho wa reli” (#DestinationLaikipia) on September 26-27.