• Saruni Rhino Fact Sheet

Saruni Rhino Fact Sheet

Saruni Rhino is an exclusive and intimate camp located in Kenya’s wild North in Sera Community Conservancy, 350,000 hectares of unspoiled wilderness, a little under 2 hours from our Saruni Samburu lodge in nearby Kalama Conservancy.
Saruni Rhino is a 3-banda camp. A banda is a rustic stone cottage with a thatched roof and canvas roll down windows. All bandas have flushing toilets, hot & cold water and natural stone showers. The bandas are situated along a spectacular dry river bed lined with doum palms in a way that ensures maximum privacy for guests. It is located a half hour’s drive from the community-owned & managed Sera Rhino Sanctuary, the first in East Africa where black rhino are tracked on foot.

Guests can enjoy the nearby waterhole visited daily by herds of elephants, impala, kudu, monkeys and much, much more, including the famous sand grouse spectacle. All this can be enjoyed from the comfort of a guest’s verandah, the dining and lounge area, the swimming pool or the popular day bed.

You are guided by Samburu warriors who are passionate about their land and their culture, learning first-hand about their fascinating customs and traditions and their ancient, local knowledge - a truly authentic experience. Being on safari with a Samburu professional guide means that you will not only encounter more animals, but you will learn how to read the book of nature through their eyes. It’s the beginning of a friendship that, for many of our guests, lasts well beyond the duration of the safari.

The vastness and purity of this landscape, combined with the untouched local culture, elegant comfort and welcoming hospitality makes for an intimate, exceptional and life-changing experience.