Saruni Rhino Tracking Safari

Saruni Rhino Tracking Safari

February 2017 will see the opening of Saruni Rhino Camp in the wilds of Samburuland, northern Kenya. The opening of this new property marks the return of the endangered black rhinos to the lands of the Samburu, after an absence of 25 years – an historical achievement for conservation and tourism in Kenya. The new Saruni Rhino Camp will offer safari-goers the first ever opportunity in East Africa to track the majestic black rhinos, on foot.

Outline Itinerary

  1. Day 1: Arrive Nairobi (Eka Hotel)

    You will be met by your driver on arrival in Nairobi and transferred to the Eka Hotel – one of Nairobi’s top international hotels, situated close the to the international airport – for one night (B&B basis).

  2. Day 2-4: Transfer to Samburu National Reserve (Saruni Samburu Lodge)

    You will be collected from Eka Hotel after breakfast and transferred to Wilson Airport for the flight to Kalama Airstrip, in the Samburu National Reserve. On arrival, meet with your driver and transfer to the fabulous Saruni Samburu Lodge, where you stay 3 nights (fully-inclusive with activities).

  3. Day 5-7: Transfer to Sera Conservancy (Saruni Rhino Camp)

    After breakfast at Saruni Samburu, depart the Kalama Conservancy with your driver and journey two hours north into the neighbouring Sera Conservancy, where you check into Saruni Rhino Lodge for three nights (fully inclusive with activities).

  4. Day 8: Departure

    Depart Saruni Rhino this morning, enjoying a game drive en-route to the airstrip to catch the morning flight to Wilson Airport, Nairobi, and onward transfer to the international airport.

Price guide

Price based on two travellers in shared double/twin accommodation and subject to availability at the time of booking.
Pricing

8 days from £2980pp

Pricing

8 days from £2980pp

Testimonial

Faultless. At all three camps the service was faultless and the staff leaned over backwards to help us.

Sandy Campbell

Testimonial

Saw 172 cats, 20 cheetah, 3 leopard, 2 serval and 147 lion. Took 1300 photos-they will take some sorting out!

Annie