Ol Pejeta Conservancy is a unique place. Its 90,000 acres support most of Africa's indigenous wildlife, from the native plants to Africa's big five--the most unpredictable and dangerous animals on the planet.
The Conservancy management team’s conservationist mandate and commitment is to ensure that these species survive. This requires that it manage both the wildlife and the safety of its neighbors, which is a massive undertaking.
The Conservancy is a wildlife reserve, a working ranch and a tourist destination where tourists can go on safaris by jeep or on foot. Jean explores these aspects of Ol Pejeta and participates in a risky operation to stop a gang of fugitive elephants from rampaging through the border villages.