There are only a few Kenya safari camps where you can see Black and White Rhino with their young in their natural habitat. It may be an adventurous game drive but the professional and experienced guides at Elsas Kopje are on the ball. Enjoy bush meals and sundowners as part of the daily activities.
Meru National Park is dissected by 13 permanent rivers which pass through mostly dry country fringed by verdant Raphia and Doum Palms. The terrain around camp varies from open plains and wooded grasslands to dense thickets. These diverse habitats support a great range of wildlife including around 350 bird species.
Apart from the Rhino Sanctuary you can explore this territory in search of Elephant, Buffalo, Lion, Cheetah and Leopard. Rarer inhabitants of Meru include Reticulated Giraffe, Grevy’s Zebra, Gerenuk and Somali Ostrich. The rarest of them all are the Caracal, Lesser Kudu and Greater Kudu. Game drives take place in comfy open sided safari vehicles designed for photography.