Lodges & safari camps in Amboseli and the Chyulu Hills
In the 40km² private Elerai Conservation Area a little south-east of Amboseli National Park, and on a slight elevation above ...More about Satao Elerai
Satao Elerai is in a wonderful location; a very long way up a very rutted drive, but in return we got great views of Kilimanjaro and across the plains to the west, a well-popu... reviews...
Slightly outside the southern boundary of Amboseli National Park, Tortilis, named after the Acacia tortilis trees of the area, ...More about Tortilis Camp
We have been to numerous camps in southern Africa over a period of 25 years and if ever there was an outlook from the bar/dining area (accompanied by a glass of chilled white ... reviews...
Campi ya Kanzi
Campi ya Kanzi first opened in 1998 as a luxury home stay operated by an Italian couple who were deeply committed to the environment and their local Maasai community. It has since evolved into an expansive, 16-bed tented camp set on the hillsides around the family's former home, which today forms ...More about Campi ya Kanzi
Ol Donyo Lodge
Ol Donyo Lodge (formerly known as Ol Donyo Wuas), is located on the south-western flank of the volcanic Chyulu Hills, on the 1,000km² Mbirikani Group Ranch, facing Kilimanjaro across the savannah. A safari lodge originally built in 1987 by bush pilot and conservationist Richard Bonham, it was transf...More about Ol Donyo Lodge
Porini Amboseli Camp
One of the earliest real eco-camps in Kenya, Porini Amboseli Camp first opened in 2001. A low-impact, nine-tent camp, it is located on the Maasai-owned Selenkay (also spelled Selengei) Conservancy to the north of Amboseli National Park. The most outstanding feature of a safari here is the community ...More about Porini Amboseli Camp