Located in the untamed wilderness of Northern Kenya, Saruni Rhino is an intimate safari camp that provides the first rhino tracking experience in East Africa.
Accommodations at the camp consist of just three bandas. These rustic stone cottages topped with thatched roofs lie along a dry river bed. Banda One and Two sleep up to two people and come with a beautiful sandy terrace from which to watch the animals stroll by. While Banda Three is perfect for families and comes with two double bedrooms and a large stone veranda with outside seating and tables overlooking a watering hole. Every banda features an en suite bathroom with natural stone showers, double vanities, and a flush toilet. Other amenities include a fan, bathrobe, safe, and sunbeds.
The camp is situated in the Sera Conservancy which comprises 864,868 acres of semi-arid wilderness in the Northern Kenyan frontier. Many animals including elephants, reticulated giraffes, Beisa oryx, lions, Grevy’s zebras, elands, lesser and greater kudus, leopards, and cheetahs live here. The Conservancy is also home to 16, 000 Samburu semi-nomadic pastoralists who are a sub-tribe of the Maasai. Moreover, the area houses the first community owned rhino sanctuary where the black rhino has been reintroduced to its native home in Kenya.