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Ol Kanjau Camp, Amboseli

Accommodation is in six twin spacious and luxurious tents, with large comfortable beds, safari style bathroom, with bucket showers, hot water available at any time of the day and evening. A traditional safari mobile tented camp. Lanterns light each tent in the evening.

In addition to close elephant watching some of the other activities which are possible from Ol Kanjau camp include, day and night game drives through the plains of Amboseli, bush walks, bird watching in the vast wetlands and swamps of Amboseli and the woodlands.

The Rainy have a special and unique relationship with the Masai allowing for visits to neighboring Masai settlements. For a real thrill guided walks with habituated baboon troops.

You'll also get an inside view into the on going conservation ecology studies which help balance the needs of pastoral people and wildlife and ecosystem conservation.

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Tortilis Camp, Amboseli

Tortilis CampTortilis Camp with 15 tents is set on a gentle slope at the edge of the Park.

Each tent has a spectacular view of Mt. Kilimanjaro from the privacy of it's own veranda.

The tents have been designed for comfort with traditional safari chairs, chests and beds, with private bathroom, hot water and electricity supplied by solar panels.

The dinning room and the bar offer a good view of animals at a nearby waterhole.

The camp has been kept small to ensure that each guest receives high quality and personalized services.

Also available at the camp are guided game walks for guests wishing to explore outside the park.

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Ol Tukai Lodge, Amboseli

Ol Tukai LodgeOl Tukai Lodge, located in Amboseli National Park, lies at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro. Nature has perfectly assimilated the lodge among the savannah's acacia trees and phoenix palms. There are 80 luxury twin rooms; almost all offer breath-taking view of Mount Kilimanjaro. The cottage style accommodation spreads out on either side of the main lodge; The architecture is unobtrusive with lots of wood, local slate and stone.

The early morning game drive ends in style with a champagne breakfast on the summit of observation hill, where the 360-degree view is excellent For bird lovers, Ol Tukai's own bird walk offers a variety of bird species.

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Amboseli Lodge

Amboseli Lodge is an old lodge located in the Amboseli National Park. Amboseli Lodge

It offers a spectacular view of Mount Kilimanjaro and set amongst lush tropical gardens and tranquil ponds with a veritable oasis in the dramatically arid surroundings of the Amboseli National Park.

The 'old world' bungalows and more modern but traditionally styled bedroom blocks at this main lodge provide a rustic ambience in the heartland of the nomadic Masai people.

The lodge has got 118 double rooms; swimming pool, a large lounge and the feature fireplace provide the ideal ambience to unwind from a long safari day.

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Amboseli Serena LodgeAmboseli Serena Lodge

At the doorstep of Amboseli Serena Lodge rises one of the most beautiful mountains in Africa, the snowcapped Mt. Kilimanjaro, the sight of which made the early European explorers gasp with wonder and disbelief.

Set in the heart of Amboseli National Park, the lodge is almost camouflaged in the surrounding bushes as it is built to resemble a Masai manyatta of homestead.

The rooms view either the majestic mountain or the expansive Amboseli plains that are home to herds of elephants that feed on the large acacia tree.

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Porini Camp

Porini CampPorini Camp is located in the Selenkay Conservation Area, a 15,000-acre private game reserve within a vast tract of land owned by the Kisonko clan of the Maasai people and located near the northern boundary of Amboseli National Park. The Conservation Area is an important dispersal area for wildlife moving in and out of Amboseli and holds a wide diversity of species.

Porini Camp consists of six spacious tents, sited among shady Acacia Tortilis trees, in a spot once favoured by big game hunters. The camp is small and exclusive, accommodating a maximum of 12 guests. It is set up along the lines of the traditional hunting safari bush camp, so there are no permanent structures like bar or restaurant or swimming pool - this is real camping in the bush, but with much more comfortable bathroom arrangements than were available to the hunters of earlier years!

The tents are large and comfortably furnished, each with a double and a single bed, solar-powered electric lights, and en suite bathroom with shower, washbasin and flush toilet. Meals are taken under the shade of an Acacia tree and after dinner we can sit around the campfire and listen to the sounds of the African night. The camp is staffed by members of the local Maasai community apart from the management couple who act as your hosts throughout your stay. Apart from big game like elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, giraffe and zebra, there are several less common species such as caracal, African wild cat, civet, gerenuk, lesser kudu and striped hyena.


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