The Morani Information Centre is named in honour of the tame black rhino that used to live next to it. Over the years, Morani was an icon at Ol Pejeta, an ambassador for his species. He helped raise awareness about the plight of black rhinos and other vulnerable species in the wild, and the information centre was built to continue this education.
Keeping Curiosity Wild.
The Morani Information Centre offers visitors the opportunity to learn about the different wildlife species that live on Ol Pejeta; from anatomy to behaviour to habitat. It also offers an insight into how Ol Pejeta Conservancy works – what we do on a daily basis to safeguard wildlife and preserve wilderness.
There is also a converted rhino transportation crate to explore! This is a unique opportunity for visitors to get inside the very same crate that several rhino have been moved in over the years. Get a sense of what a rhino might feel like when it's being moved, and be inspired by our engaging infographics that contain all the information you need to know about rhino conservation.
The Centre is open from 9 to 5 every day and is free.