Rhino Valley Lodge is a safari lodge located in the Tsavo West National Park, Kenya. This lodge provides a comfortable and convenient base for travelers to explore the diverse wildlife and scenic landscapes of Tsavo West. Rhino Valley Lodge provides an opportunity to explore the natural beauty and wildlife of Tsavo West National Park while enjoying comfortable accommodations and amenities
- Accommodations: Rhino Valley Lodge offers comfortable and well-appointed guest rooms, which include a mix of en-suite rooms and bandas (thatched-roof cottages). These rooms are designed to provide modern comforts while maintaining an authentic safari experience.
- Swimming Pool: The lodge has a swimming pool where guests can relax and cool off during the day.
- Lounge and Bar: The central area of the lodge includes a lounge and bar where guests can unwind, socialize, and enjoy drinks.
Dining at Rhino Valley Lodge features a variety of dishes, including international and African cuisine. Highlights include:
- Buffet-style meals with a selection of dishes to cater to different tastes.
- Themed dinners and barbecues for added variety.
- Bush breakfasts and picnic lunches during game drives.
- A well-stocked bar offering a selection of beverages and cocktails.
Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently. Please treat all pricing as a guide only:
- All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice.
- Single supplements may apply.
- Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.
Per Person Sharing
- Wildlife Viewing: Tsavo West National Park is known for its rich wildlife population, including the “Big Five” (lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo, and rhinoceros), as well as cheetahs, giraffes, zebras, crocodiles, and numerous bird species. Game drives are the primary way to observe these animals in their natural habitat.
- Scenic Landscapes: Tsavo West features diverse landscapes, including volcanic hills, lava flows, natural springs, and the scenic Mzima Springs. The park’s varied terrain adds to its visual appeal.
- Mzima Springs: The lodge is situated close to Mzima Springs, which is a series of natural springs inhabited by hippos and crocodiles. An underwater viewing chamber allows you to see these aquatic creatures up close.
- Birdwatching: Tsavo West is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with over 600 bird species recorded in the park. Bird enthusiasts will find ample opportunities to spot and photograph a variety of avian species.