Our new itinerary focuses on restoring the endangered rhino population in Africa by supporting local conservancies

We are thrilled to announce a comprehensive new Kenya adventure for 2025: the Kenya Rhino Conservation Safari. With visits to a national park and three private conservancies, this trip offers rare access to some of Kenya’s most prized rhinos.

Flying between destinations via bush plane to maximize time on the ground, our new Rhino Conservation Safari takes travelers behind the scenes with renowned conservationists working to restore Kenya’s endangered black rhinos. It also features traditional safari activities like scouting for the Big Five, for a timeless African adventure.

Nat Hab guests with a rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya by Andrew Morgan

Nat Hab guests with a rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya © Andrew Morgan

“This new trip exemplifies the Nat Hab experience,” says Ben Bressler, President and Founder of Natural Habitat Adventures.

“Our intimate and immersive itinerary showcases the success of Kenya’s rhino conservation,” Bressler continues. “Our exclusive access to those working diligently to achieve these results combined with stays at deluxe, secluded bush camps, make this unique adventure the best way to witness rhino conservation and one of the most beautiful parts of Africa.”

By Day: Meet Endangered Rhinos in the Wild

With expert naturalist guides and Nat Hab’s hallmark Expedition Leaders, small groups limited to 12 people will visit the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, where they’ll meet the world’s last two northern white rhinos and their around-the-clock guards as they learn about valiant efforts to save this rare subspecies during a private visit with the rhinos’ keepers.

At the Lewa Conservancy, guests will encounter the endangered black rhinoceros and explore the Maasai Mara National Reserve away from crowds at the exclusive and private Olderkesi Conservancy. And an exclusive behind-the-scenes visit to the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust in Nairobi will showcase the elephant and rhino rescue and rehabilitation efforts at the on-site orphanage.

Unlike government-owned national parks, private conservancies allow travelers to participate in activities not permitted elsewhere including guided bush walks, off-road exploration and night drives in search of nocturnal wildlife.

By Night: Relax in Deluxe Ecolodges and Secluded Bush Camps

Over the course of 11 days, guests will stay in a deluxe ecolodge and secluded bush camps on private conservancies with renowned wildlife viewing. Nat Hab’s Rhino Camp secludes guests in a remote area on the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a 90,000-acre working cattle ranch and the largest black rhino sanctuary in East Africa.

Nat Hab’s Mara East Camp is situated in a remote location on a private conservancy in the Maasai Mara adjacent to the national reserve and offers outstanding proximity for prime wildlife viewing without the crowds. Travelers will also stay within the Lewa Wildlife Conservancy at the Lewa Wilderness Lodge.

Nat Hab guests encounter a rhino on safari in Kenya

Nat Hab guests watch a rhino at Ol Pejeta Conservancy in Kenya © Andrew Morgan

As the official travel partner of World Wildlife Fund, Nat Hab uses exploratory travel as a tool for wildlife conservation. By helping to stimulate conservation-based tourism economies and exposing passionate nature lovers to the world’s intricate ecosystems and unique wildlife, Nat Hab offers luxury travel itineraries with a purpose.

Want to track rhinos in the wild while helping protect these colossal creatures? Learn more about Nat Hab’s new Kenya Rhino Conservation Safari.