With only 5 tents you are never going to feel crowded here! Tents are huge (with your own extra 'living room' tent!), on the river, and surrounded by so much greenery you feel as if you are in the middle of nowhere. Lots of space between the tents for privacy too, which is good. Andrea has made a little piece of heaven here.
He's also taught the chef some great Italian cooking, the food was wonderful. We used a local guide Joe who took us all over the place on unmarked roads, and eventually found us our rhino!
The rest of the staff were very friendly and helpful, and also extremely flexible in meal times, wake up calls, with morning tea. The cool towels on returning to camp are a nice greeting to wash off the red dust. We enjoyed the bushbabies at 6.45 p.m. and a visit from George the hyrax! The beauty of Meru is that you don't see many other vehicles in the park, and it certainly didn't disappoint on that score. The frog/toad chorus at night is unbelievable! I would definitely go back here over other lodges in the park itself.
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- A collection of six luxury cottages built out of sumptuous caramel canvas and sustainably grown wood, raised on platforms above the gently flowing Kindani River will turn your stay at Rhino River Camp into a quiet, exclusive experience. ... more less
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