Porini Rhino Camp
Porini Rhino Camp is situated in the quiet western side of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy – a great base from which to see rhino after which the camp is named. With no other camps around it is a relatively simple and traditional tented camp. It aims to have a very low impact on the environment and employs a mix of local people and members of the Selenkay Maasai community from the Amboseli ecosystem.
Our view of Porini Rhino Camp
Porini Rhino suits those who are not after luxury, but are seeking a camp with a low-impact approach that really tries to benefit the local communities and wildlife. Those who buy into this ethos will really enjoy it here as long as their expectations of guiding are modest. The local guides and managers take real pride in what they do and know a lot about local culture and politics – but were not quite as articulate and experienced as those we came across at the other camps in the area.
Porini Rhino Camp: Traveller ratings
The Maasai guides at Porini Rhino Camp are very much at ease in their local environment.…