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Saruni Rhino

Sunset setup at Saruni Rhino

Saruni Rhino

• Luxury rustic safari lodge

• An intimate three-banda lodge inside the remote Sera Community Conservancy in northern Kenya

• Sera Community Conservancy is a vast, untouched wilderness of more than 350,000 hectares, larger than Luxembourg and Hong Kong combined

• The first community conservancy in Africa to own and operate a sanctuary dedicated to the conservation of the critically endangered black rhino.

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  • Saruni Rhino - Activies - Rhino Tracking (1)
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In the wild, undiscovered northern frontier of Kenya, Saruni Rhino sits between doum palms on the banks of a dry river bed in the heart of the community owned Sera Conservancy.

Three elegant rustic bandas provide accommodation for guests in search of an exclusive safari experience; tracking the critically endangered Black rhino on foot. Beyond this unique experience, guests can enjoy exploring the Samburu ecosystem, home to large populations of elephants, the Samburu special five and a vast array of bird life.

• 3 individual stone bandas

• Banda 1 – open plan ensuite bedroom (King). Option of a two additional single beds. Maximum 4 guests.

• Banda 2 – ensuite bedroom (King). Maximum 2 guests.

• Family Banda – 2 ensuite double bedrooms (1 King, 1 King/ Twin convertible) with shared lounge

• Day & night game drives

• Black rhino tracking experience

• Guided bush walks

• Bush meals

• Sundowners

• Cultural community visits

• Visits to the Fifty Wells, ‘Kisima Hamsini’

• Birding

• Helicopter & bi-plane scenic tours

• Excursions: Reteti Elephant Sanctuary

• Swimming pool

• WiFi: main areas

• Mobile phone signal (limited)

• 24 hour electricity

• Charging facilities: in-room & main areas

• Central safe

• Guest Areas: dining area & lounge

• Hot & cold running water

• Flush toilets

• Indoor shower

• Private verandah

• Seating area

• Mosquito net

• Fan

• Saruni Communities Trust

• Northern Rangelands Trust member

• Open year round

• Kauro airstrip – 5 minute drive

• Kalama Airstrip – 90 minute drive

• Daily scheduled flights from Nairobi Wilson Airport, Lewa and Meru to Kalama Airstrip

• Private charter

• Road transfer from Nairobi, approximately 7 – 9 hours

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