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Porini Amboseli Camp

Porini Amboseli Camp

• Traditional safari camp

• 9 ensuite safari tents

• A rustic safari experience focusing on game viewing

• Exclusive access to 15,000 acre private Selenkay Conservancy providing a private safari experience

• Less-seen game viewing – caracal, African wildcat, civet, gerenuk, lesser kudu & striped hyena

• Home to over 200 bird species



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Inspired by traditional bush safari camps, Amboseli Porini Camp offers a rustic safari experience to the north of Amboseli National Park. Guests benefit from exclusive access to the 15,000 acre Selenkay Conservancy, an important wildlife dispersal area owned by the Maasai community who benefit directly from the camp.

The camp’s nine comfortable en-suite tents host a maximum of 18 guests and provide an intimate, private safari experience. Day and night game drives are enjoyed in open-sided 4×4 vehicles and led by expert guides.

• 9 ensuite Safari Tents – triples (1 double & 1 single bed)

• Maximum of 18 guests

• Children over the age of 8 years are welcome

• Day & night game drives

• Guided bush walks

• Bush meals

• Sundowners

• Birding

• Children’s activities

• Cultural community visits

• Excursions: Amboseli National Park

• 24 hour electricity

• Charging facilities: main areas

• Gift shop

• Guest Areas: mess tent, lounge, bar & campfire

• Wash basin

• Flush toilet

• Hot water safari bucket shower

• Private verandah

• Gold Eco-Tourism Rating

• All staff except head chef & manager employed from local community

• Open year-round

• Selenkay airstip – 10 minute drive

• Amboseli airstrip – 60 minute drive

• Daily scheduled flights departing Nairobi Wilson Airport to Amboseli Airstrip

• Private charter – Selenkay Airstrip

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