Found nestled by the foothills of Mount Kenya, Porini Rhino Camp is set against the backdrop of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy's impressive 90,000 acres. The camp lies in a valley, on the banks of a seasonal river. Service is excellent as is game viewing and accommodation offers an authentic bush camp experience. The conservancy holds Big 5 status, with all of Africa's most famous residents present, including the rare black rhino. The black rhino sanctuary found in the conservancy is the largest in East Africa.
The camp is very small with only 6 spacious tents. All of the tents provide quaint verandas with excellent views of the plains, en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and hot showers, a double and single bed and solar powered lighting. The camp is extremely conscious of its impact upon the environment, hence the lack of a generator and no permanent structures present in camp.
Guests can look forward to delicious meals, with charming picnics and dinners. There are a range of activities on offer including bush walks with Maasai Warriors as escorts and romantic sundowner cocktails taken at stunning view points. Guests can also enjoy thrilling game drives, with the opportunity to explore the bushveld after dark with night drives, this presents many new animals to see and different animal behaviours to observe.
For private chartered flights there is an airstrip 10 minutes from camp. For scheduled services there is the Nanyuki airstrip, a 45 minute drive from the Conservancy.
Day and night game drives and guided Maasai walks.
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