Rhino River camp in Meru National Park North Kenyais a wonderfull camp in the shadow of old treesproviding always fresh air in the dry Meru , like a perfect oasis,and with a superb swiming pool close to clear water falls ,merveillous sound at night and delicious cuisine presented with art which may challenge the best 4 stars restaurants;
Excellent hospitalitywith an Italian touch ,staff always smilingvery attentive and most of game drives I could see a lot of animals particularly black and white rhinos so endangered and endemic species (lot of reticulated giraffes, lesser kudus , gerenuks , grevy zebras...).and spectacular landscapes,more ,Elsa's grave, lionness of Joy Adamson and climbing a crater with indigenous trees to contemplate vast wildernessworst a visit,
Perfect tents and gentle ambiance make this camp so invinting ;GO To discover one of the best camp I have experienced after 20 trips in Africa !!!!Formidable
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- A collection of six luxury cottages built out of sumptuous caramel canvas and sustainably grown wood, raised on platforms above the gently flowing Kindani River will turn your stay at Rhino River Camp into a quiet, exclusive experience. ... more less
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