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Lake Turkana National Park

Lake Turkana National Park, a World Heritage Site since 1997, are renowned for their high salinity, diverse wildlife including Nile crocodiles and hippos, important fossil deposits at Koobi Fora, and joint management by Kenya Wildlife Services and NMK.

Black Rhino Tracking With Saruni

Black Rhino Tracking With Saruni

The Black Rhino tracking experience in Sera Conservancy, combined with the chance to stay at a remote river camp (situated along a dry river bed) is the ultimate adventure and escape-from-it-all. Comprised of three elegant bandas (rustic cottages) and a main area for dining and relaxing, Saruni Rhino is nestled amidst swaying doum palms along a dry river bed with sweeping views of a waterhole and dramatic landscape.

Fly Camping Under The Stars At Saasab

Fly Camping Under The Stars At Saasab

Sasaab’s fly camping experience is an opportunity for a night of total immersion in nature and a true appreciation for the stunning the wilderness and wildlife that northern Kenya has to offer. Leave the lodge with only the bare essentials and go totally off grid, enabling a deep reconnection to nature. Enjoy a feeling of total liberation as you sit around a campfire and fall asleep gazing up at a star-studded sky. A candlelit bush dinner, the nocturnal soundtrack of the African wilderness and a dazzling sunrise make this an unforgettable adventure.

Kayaking At the Mugie Dam

Kayaking at Mugie Dam

Kayaking takes game viewing and bird watching to a different level. The absolute thrill of watching the animals come for a drink on hot sunny days, being at the same level as the elephants playing in the water is nothing short of magical.

Rhino Tracking Experience

Rhino Tracking Experience

Guests staying in the conservancy can join a team of trained scouts and rangers as they track both black and white rhinos on foot at first light every day. Guests are given the opportunity to get a true behind-the-scene insight into how the conservancy is run as well as spending valuable time getting to know the men and women who keep these endangered species safe.