Richard’s River Camp offers the discerning traveller a luxury tented camp in the very heart of the Masai Mara. Designed with privacy, exclusivity as well as adventure in mind we ensure a warm and memorable safari.
First settling in Kenya in the late 1940’s, Richard’s grandparents David and Betty lived most of their lives on the wild shores of Lake Baringo, where they raised their six children. David built a successful fishery, which provided employment and income for most of the local community during that time. They had a collection of wild animals and a small-tented camp that catered for the first flying safaris around Kenya. Pioneering safaris in Northern Kenya, David was regularly asked by Government House to organize and lead safaris for dignitaries including Prince Philip whom he escorted up to Lake Turkana in 1963. After David’s early death at the age of forty-two, Betty remained in Kenya with her children all of whom still live and work in Kenya.
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