• Siringit supports the Baraa Primary School in Arusha since 2009
    Investing

    in Education

  • Visit a traditional Masai village in the neighbourhoud
    Incredible

    Memories

  • by: Rachel Ambrose
  • September 30th, 2021
  • Category: Conservation

Rhino of the Serengeti


The rhinos of Serengeti will continue to live in their natural habitat if we all do our little bit to help restore the wild populations in Tanzania. Tourism is a vital contribution to rhino conservation in the future.

Malale Mwita was appointed head ranger in Moru Kopjes twenty years ago there were only three black rhinos in the area. Today, he says proudly, there are over fifty black rhinos breeding in the wild.

The Rhinos of the Serengeti

We will be working in collaboration with Tanapa rangers to ensure the protection of the rhinos in Serengeti National Park. The rhinos of Serengeti will continue to live in their natural habitat if we all do our little bit to help restore the wild populations in Tanzania. Tourism is a vital contribution to rhino conservation in the future.

It is possible to book your exclusive Rhino safari package when you book accommodation at Siringit Serengeti Camp. Accompanied by a Tanapa ranger you will be able to see a black rhino in its natural habitat and be with that rhino for two hours. Bookings can be madethrough our reservations.