The Porini Amboseli safari camp offers an exclusive wildlife experience whereby guest are accommodated in well-appointed and comfortable Safari Tents.
With only ten Safari Tents, the Porini Amboseli Camp is small and quaint offering privacy and exclusivity during a stay. It features the feel and charm of the traditional African mobile camp of days gone by. Furnished and complete with solar electric lighting, the tents offer en suite bathrooms. The bathrooms in the provide showers, washbasins and flush toilets.
The Selenkay Conservancy private conservation region guarantees guests the best possible wildlife viewing in off-road safari vehicles. Safari enthusiasts enjoy safari drives off the beaten track and away from other travellers.
Road transfers from Nairobi to the Selenkay Conservancy can be booked as well as return flights from Nairobi to the Amboseli airstrip. Between the dates 1 July to 31 October as well as between 20 December to 31 March every year, guests enjoy daily flights between Nairobi and the Selenkay Conservancy.
A stay at the Porini Amboseli Safari Camp can be combined with one or more of the other Porini Camps.
Transfer from Nairobi at 9 am and drive to Porini Amboseli Camp (a 5-hour journey of 128 miles), arriving at camp before lunch. Travellers may also fly to the camp. Following afternoon tea, guests are escorted on a walk by Maasai warriors to a village to get an insight into their fascinating culture and way of life.
After this unique experience, Porini Amboseli Camp guests enjoy a safari drive in the camp’s open-sided 4×4 safari vehicle through the conservancy. Included in the safari drive is a sundowner at a scenic spot overlooking Kilimanjaro, followed by a night safari drive to admire nocturnal animals which include caracals, aardvarks, bat-eared foxes, African wild cats, serval cats, and others. Guests return to the Porini Amboseli Camp for dinner and overnight.
One awakes to the noisy calls of the magnificent birds. After an early breakfast, guests are driven through the bushveld into the wildlife-rich Amboseli National Park to enjoy a full morning of wildlife viewing.
Following a picnic lunch in the park, guests return to camp later in the afternoon. During the evening, sundowners are served on an observation platform overlooking a waterhole by the camp. This is where elephants come to quench their thirst. Travellers return to camp for dinner and overnight.
Take an early morning safari drive in the Conservancy followed by breakfast. Depart for Nairobi arriving around 1 pm. Flights are also an option for the departure.