A small camp with spacious, comfortably furnished tents.
Hidden in a secluded valley amongst shady acacia trees Porini Rhino Camp lies on the banks of a seasonal river. The camp is located in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, which also incorporates the smaller Sweetwaters Game Reserve. As well as being a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees, the conservancy boasts an astounding variety of animals, including all of the ‘Big Five’.
Accommodation & Facilities
The solar-powered camp consists of six spacious tents, each comfortably furnished with an en-suite bathroom, flush lavatory and safari shower.
Delicious food is served in comfortable dining areas, either under cover or alfresco.
Day and night time games drives operate in open-sided 4x4 safari vehicles, with sundowners at scenic viewing points being all part of the experience. A big draw is that all of the 'Big Five' have been seen on game drives from the camp. Bird-watching excursions and escorted walks with Masai guides are also on offer.
Porini’s Rhino Camp does not accept children under 8 years.
The aim of Porini camps is to assist local communities in utilising the land and wildlife as a resource; communities receiving economic benefits, such as income and employment opportunities, in return for conserving the wildlife and natural habitat.
Porini’s Rhino Camp is closed between April and May