Saruni Rhino video reveals 'behind the scenes' secrets One month after opening Saruni Rhino, the new property in Northern Kenya where black rhinos have been introduced after an absence of 30 years and where on foot rhino tracking is available for the first time in East Africa, Saruni is releasing a new video dedicated to what happened ‘behind the scenes’ in the lead up to its opening.

This amazing and heart-touching footage shows how the Saruni guides and the Sera Conservancy rangers have been trained to safely track the rhinos, how strongly the Samburu community have embraced this project with pride and sense of ownership, how the Super Guide trainers Pietro Luraschi (Asilia) and Andrew ‘Moli’ Molinaro (Kichaka Expeditions) taught the skills of bringing guests up close to these amazing animals in total safety, how the firsts guests reacted after a successful tracking experience and many other aspects that make this project so unique.

This 3-minute video is an important tool to explain the mechanism of community-based conservation and tourism in Northern Kenya and will make you feel right at the centre of the action. Enjoy watching! Click here to view.