Rhino River Camp


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Rhino River Camp is Kenya’s newest eco friendly luxury lodge. The perfect exclusive hideout situated in 80 acres of privately owned wilderness where you can feel part of the living breathing environment of the riverine forest.

There are 8 luxury cottages built out of canvas and sustainable hardwood and raised on platforms on the banks of the gently flowing Kindani River. The camp style is contemporary with a hint of Africa. Rooms are large, set on decks at different levels to blend in with the tree canopy. Each has en-suite bathroom facilities and a view over the river.

There is a large central area with bar, lounge and library and views to the river and forest. The dining area has no set meal times. You can eat in the dining room, in the privacy of your own terrace, beside the swimming pool or even in the bush, the choice is yours. Gourmet delicacies are served here all with an Italian accent. The swimming pool is surrounded by wooden decking where you can relax and listen to the sounds of the river. There is also a well stocked bar and a gift shop.

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