In video: Black Rhino Tracking in Kenya with Saruni

31 July 2017
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The 11 black rhino of Sera Conservancy offers Saruni guests the unique opportunity of on-foot tracking, surrounded by one of the most iconic landscapes in East Africa. The video takes you to the heart of this exceptional experience centered on the rhino, other amazing wildlife of Sera and its authentic Samburu culture. 

 


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