Situated in 80 acres of privately owned wilderness, our lodge offers the chance to connect with nature and to delight the senses in unspoilt bush and forest. The Rhino Sanctuary section of Meru Park is just on our doorstep! So, whenever you feel like leaving the comfort of the Camp to see the Big Five (and more), you are able to do that within a few minutes.
Add to that a swimming pool to dream of, a well-stocked bar and restaurant area, numerous nature trails for you to explore our private property on foot or bike, and this will make your perfect hideout.
A collection of eight luxury cottages built out of sumptuous caramel canvas and sustainable hardwood, raised on platforms above the gently flowing Kindani River will turn your stay at Rhino River Camp into a quiet, exclusive experience. Each room has its own private ‘zen’ area where you can meditate, re-read your favourite novel, or simply unwind. The very design of it, contemporary with a hint of Africa, is pleasant without being intrusive.
Whether it’s watching the classic African wildlife, indulging in a therapeutic massage, going on a bush hike or simply soaking up the savannah sun with a drink in the evening, Rhino River Camp offers endless opportunities for adventure and the perfect space for relaxation.
Rhino River Camp has a large central public area with a bar, lounge, and a library. It has a view over the river and the whole forest.
The adjacent dining area is open from early to late. With no set meal times, and exclusive service, indulge your appetite and senses.
YOU may decide to eat in the main area or beside the swimming pool, in the privacy of the terrace of your room, or with other guests whom you like, or even in the bush! The choice is yours – every meal time.
Let our chefs surprise you with a selection of gourmet delicacies with an Italian accent.
The swimming pool is situated next to the stream, and surrounded by comfortable wood decking. The pool blends in with the sound and sight of the river running a few feet away giving you the feeling that you are swimming as a creature of the equatorial forest at one with nature.
And finally, you’ll find an open-plan shop with bespoke African items of unusual design