Porini Rhino Camp

Address: Nanyuki, Kenya | Campground
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This campground, located in Nanyuki, is near Shaba National Reserve, Bio-Ken Snake Farm, and Great Rift Valley.
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          Travel Blogs from Nanyuki


          A travel blog entry by jellenoff on Oct 26, 2015

          ... 8230; (see my last post to know how shocking that statement is). Apparently, 4 wives are too expensive, so things have started to change. 3 wives are still considered expensive, so 2 wives are more common nowadays. After several moments of thinking, I said, “Wow, that’s so different than America.”

          “How so?” inquired Moses.

          “Because here you have 3 wives to spend all of your money, ...

          The last game drive

          A travel blog entry by thetwinsontour on Apr 05, 2015

          11 photos

          ... cheetahs at once? Can you hear the cameras clicking? Imagine the number of pictures. This is going to be a very large scrapbook.

          We had to pass back by the lions and their prey ...

          Stage 44: Isiolo to Nanyuki 71km

          A travel blog entry by sueshuttleworth on Mar 05, 2015

          1 comment, 104 photos

          ... me to wear - i cut the bottom of the bag out and then used the handles as shoulder straps etc. Jody managed to get one of Stevie's hats and we clipped some of the black hair I'd bought round the edge of it. Then wore my usual grey shorts and shouted 'Good Morning, Africa'. Laura was Andreas, in full cycle sweep costume; Paige was Tallis with a sarong and his leather hat; Savannah was Adrian with painted on whiskers; Kendy was Alex (very amusing); Karen was a very ...

          Drive to Mt Kenya Safari Club

          A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Feb 23, 2015

          18 photos

          ... to have a look at souvenirs. We bought a pretty teak elephant and a carved ebony figurine of a Masai warrior. We relaxed by the pool but didn't go in...it is probably about 74F and too cool for me. Before dinner there was a performance by the Kikuyu tribe. The bar is stunning, and we had happy hour there of course. And dining was not buffet but lovely service. I had a vegetarian Indian meal with little pots of various dishes. ...

          Planning your first Safari in Kenya

          A travel blog entry by leangor on Feb 21, 2015

          1 photo

          ... no vehicular traffic, no throngs of people, no synthetic sounds - an unfamiliar planet in today’s fast paced, contemporary hurly burly. Every day on chrome is just a number of natural, normal activities that are sudden.

          One never knows which marvelous places one or sport creatures may see. Every crazy dog performs with a particular part within the environment of Africa. Some creatures are predators, others are ...