Saruni In the Media

Metro, UK

By October 24, 2016 One Comment

24th October 2016

Conservation groups and park rangers face a relentless – and potentially deadly -battle to save these magnificent creatures from extinction. But travellers can now learn about their plight on a new walking safari that enables brave ramblers to track black rhinos on foot. Accompanied by expert guides, the once-in-a-lifetime experience is available at the newly opened Saruni Rhino camp (packages from $505, saruni.com) in the Samburu region, where the animals have been reintroduced after an absence of 25 years.

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