What you'll do
We'll head to the Sera Rhino Sanctuary in the wilderness of Kenya, where we'll walk with the magnificent animals. At the sanctuary, we'll speak with the caretakers, hear each rhino's story, and learn about the center's dedication to saving the species. We'll return to our base camp in the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy and gather around the campfire to talk about our experience. Finally, we'll enjoy dinner under the stars before heading to bed. We'll head back to Nairobi the next morning.
All hosts must follow guidelines created with World Animal Protection.
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I am a wildlife biologist and professor of biology who has lived and worked with the local Samburu tribe for over 18 years. The guides are experienced professionals who have led hundreds of participants on adventures, including children with parents, and who personally know the caretakers at the rhino sanctuary. The Rhino Guards have had intensive training in wildlife care and conservation from some of the most qualified professionals in the world. They are sponsored by Prince William's Tusk Trust. You will be observing the rhinos at a respectful distance with the guidance of their caretakers and guards. Guest to Guide ratio: 1:4 depending on your group size.
2 breakfasts, 2 dinners, 1 lunch, snacks
2 nights in a tent
1 car ride
Where you'll be
We'll stay at Sabache camp in the Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy. We'll head to the nearby Sera Rhino Sanctuary to walk with rhinos. The camp is located 5 hours from Nairobi by car & 1 hour by plane.
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Fri, Oct 25 − Sun, Oct 27
$609 per person
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