Amboseli and the Chyulu Hills

Lodges & safari camps in Amboseli and the Chyulu Hills

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Tortilis Camp

Tortilis Camp

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Slightly outside the southern boundary of Amboseli National Park, Tortilis, named after the Acacia tortilis trees of the area, ...More about Tortilis Camp

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(2 reviews)

Tortilis Camp was fantastic in all respects and is in a stunning location with a stunning view of Kilimanjaro. Superb accommodation, lovely food, and very welcoming helpful staff... reviews...

Satao Elerai

Satao Elerai

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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

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(1 reviews)

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...

Campi ya Kanzi

Campi ya Kanzi

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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

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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

Porini Amboseli Camp

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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

Selenkay Adventure Camp

Selenkay Adventure Camp

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Selenkay Adventure Camp is a simple, budget camp of dome tents in the 60 km² Selenkay Conservancy, a Maasai wildlife sanctuary north of Amboseli National Park. The camp is linked to Porini Amboseli Camp and is able to offer a similar level of high-quality safari experience, with wildlife viewing ...More about Selenkay Adv. Camp