Porini Amboseli Camp

Amboseli Kenya

  • Excellent wildlife and birdlife
  • A remote and private conservation area
  • Day trips into Amboseli NP
  • Visit a Maasai village
  • Escorted walks with Maasai warriors

Open: The camp is closed during the long rains, usually from around mid-April to the end of May.

Location: Selenkay Conservation Area, a 15,000-acre private game reserve bordering the northern boundary of Amboseli National Park. It's 100 miles from Nairobi and can be accessed by road in 3-4 hours. Alternatively, you can fly in.

Rooms: The camp has just 10 ensuite tents (shower, sink and flushing loo) and accommodates a maximum of 20 guests. The rooms have solar-powered lighting and each has both a double and a single bed.

Activities: Porini Amboseli is all about experiencing the wildlife, wilderness and local culture of Amboseli. Morning, evening and night game drives in Selenkay Conservancy are taken in open-sided 4x4 vehicles; bush walks with the Maasai are a great way to get to see some of the smaller things of the African wilderness and see the landscape through the eyes of the Maasai; game viewing in Amboseli National Park, and don't miss a Maasai village visit.

Dining: All meals, soft drinks, house wine and local beers and spirits are included here. Meals are eaten communally in the dining tent, often sitting at one big table. Usually this will be outdoors but there is a dining tent for times of inclement weather.

Children: Porini Camps are not suitable for children under 8 years.

Health: This is a malarial area and you will need to check with your GP or travel clinic with regards to advice on other vaccinations.

Communication: There is limited and intermittent mobile signal.

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Client Rating for Kenya 5/5 from 58 reviews

Our first introduction to safari bush camping - 12 tents widely sited and a sense of privacy and closeness to the bush. Not luxurious (thankfully) but quite as comfortable as we could have wished. Enjoyed the sundowners in the bush and the pre-dinner gatherings around the camp fire. All very atmospheric.

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