Expanding Times at Sera Conservancy with Saruni Rhino

Saruni is thrilled to share the news that 3 rhinos are expecting in the Rhino Sanctuary in Sera Community Conservancy in northern Kenya.

After the recent birth of a male calf last month, all going well, the news means that the total rhino count will increase to 15. Having just returned from a weekend of successful rhino sightings, CEO & Founder of Saruni lodges & camps, Riccardo Orizio is “incredibly proud to be part of such a ground-breaking and now indisputably successful conservation initiative, hearing of these pregnancies, can mean only one thing, all rhinos involved are indeed settling nicely into their new environment! Additionally, with plans for a 3rd ‘banda’ (open stone cottage) to be built by the summer increasing capacity to 8-10, more people will be able to play their part in supporting rhino protection, the community, and tourism to northern Kenya”.

The Financial Times’ recent coverage of the on-foot black rhino tracking experience in Sera with the Sera rangers and Saruni guides, was perfectly captured in journalist & writer Martin Fletcher’s video reportage HERE. Let it take you there. (www.sarunirhinotracking.com)