Here are Porini Rhino Camp – Ol Pejeta Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
|Self-Drive||FB + Ground Package|
|7th Jan 2021 – 31st Mar 2021||KES 13,870/- PPS||KES 17,210/- PP||[-]||[-]|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person (Full Board), Per Night
Rates Exclude: Ol Pejeta Conservancy Fees, Drinks and other Extras
Full Board accommodation,
Drinks (mineral water, soft drinks, house wines, beer, Gin and Tonic),
Sundowners from scenic viewpoints,
Guided nature walks,
Shared day and night game drives in open 4×4 vehicles with experienced driver guide and spotter,
For guests at Porini Rhino Camp: a visit to the chimpanzee sanctuary in the Ol Pejeta conservancy,
For guests flying in: local airstrip transfers to the camps.
Porini Rhino Camp is in a secluded valley, on the banks of a seasonal river and under the shade of acacia trees. The camp consists of just seven spacious and comfortable guest tents, each having been carefully sited to take advantage of the wonderful surrounding views. Each tent is tastefully furnished and has solar-power lighting and en-suite hot shower and flush toilet. The camp is specially designed to have minimum environmental impact (with no permanent structures and using eco-friendly fuel). The camp is fully inclusive of meals, drinks (gin & tonics, beer, wine, sodas and mineral water) as well as day and night shared game drives, escorted walks, sundowners, a visit to Baraka the Black Rhino & Information centre and a visit to the Chimpanzee Sanctuary. The Conservancy ensures excellent game-viewing and game drives – with “proper” open-sided, off-road (4×4) safari vehicles and expert safari guides.
Ol Pejeta conservancy has a large area of over 60,000 acres reserved exclusively for 4×4 vehicles and this is where our Porini Rhino Camp is located. The conservancy has over 10000 large mammals and is the only park where the big 5 and chimpanzees can be seen. It is the largest sanctuary in East Africa for the endangered Black Rhino and is also a sanctuary for rescued chimpanzees. There are southern white rhinos, about 80 endangered black rhinos and in a special sanctuary there are three of the world’s last remaining northern white rhino.
There is an airstrip for private charters about 10 minutes from camp. Regular scheduled flights arrive at the Nanyuki airstrip which is about 45 minutes drive from the conservancy.
GPS CO-ORDINATES: N 00deg 05.897’, E 036deg 76.541′
CLIMATE: The climate is warm and temperate. The average annual temperature in Nanyuki is 16.2 °C.Ready to book your holiday at Porini Rhino Camp – Ol Pejeta ? Contact us for the best rates.
NUMBER OF ROOMS: Porini Rhino Camp has just seven guest tents.
ROOM DÉCOR: The tents are very spacious and have private verandas along the length of the tent, providing a secluded and private ‘space’ for you to relax and enjoy the beauty of this African wilderness. The seven tents are comfortable with thick, soft rugs laid on the vinyl floors. These are traditionally themed safari canvas tents large, bright (three of the four walls are entirely made of mosquito screen) and comfortably functional – perfect for people who want a tented camp experience without frills. The beds are comfortable and wrapped in cosy blankets and soft towels.
ROOM AMENITIES: Each tent contains a double /twin and single bed with bedside tables, torch, gas and kerosene lanterns, wardrobe for hanging your clothes, luggage rack, en-suite toilet with bucket walk-in shower and wash basin sink, writing desk with lamp, carpets of sheep skin rugs on the floor LED lighting, Chairs and table on veranda for relaxing. Hot water bottles in each bed keep you warm on chilly nights.
Porini Rhino Camp offers fully-inclusive meal plan that caters for all meals, drinks (gin & tonics, wine, beer, sodas and mineral water). Ice cold drinks are available upon request. Premium drinks are also available at an additional cost. The meals are crafted to complement the authenticity of the safari experience. All meals are served on a set menu basis, with warming hearty breakfast in the morning, light invigorating lunches and dinners served in the mess tent, at least during one of your two or more night stay here you will enjoy a picnic lunch in a scenic setting depending on the weather. The camp caters for all dietary requirements; guests with special or specific dietary requirements are requested to advice the camp upon booking confirmation.