In the heart of Maasai territory on the north-eastern boundary of the Serengeti National Park is a private concession of 10 000 hectares, set aside for the exclusive use of Klein's Camp's 20 guests. The spectacular location of the camp on the edge of the Kuka Hills commands sweeping views across a broad valley through which the annual great migration passes.
Black rhino is one of the animals that is on the endangered list (SITE). Today we were so lucky to see two black rhino in Serengeti,a mother and a male calf. We were driving along the Mara river looking for the wildebeest that would cross the river. After a long drive we saw these two beautiful animals on our left side browsing on Guare bush and Orange leave croton. We were happy at least we could see black rhino in Serengeti. There was a lot of them in Serengeti, but sadly poaching has caused their numbers to drop.