We spent three nights at Rhino River Camp in November 2017, with two full days safaritrips. This was our first trip to Meru National Park and we will probably come back. The park offers excellent bird-watching and a great number of mammals. This is the place if you want to see rhinos, both the black and the white! The park is not crowded of cars - but a lot of animals.
The lodge is perfectly situated on side of a river, with the comfortable tents built up on tree-decks with the green surrounding nature growing close. You can sit at your own veranda and look at Syke´s Monkey or a number of birds in the trees.
The host couple, Barbara and Maurizius, are just wonderful, and their Italian-inspired cooking was delicious.The staff were very helpful and friendly, and our guide in the car, Peterson, was a perfect nature-guide with a very good knowledge of where to find the animals.
So - what else can you expect from a good safari? A lot of animals and a wonderful place to relax between the game-drives, with a comfortable bed and good cooking...More
- Free Parking
- Breakfast included