Ol Kanjau Camp is a traditional safari style mobile tented camp situated just outside Amboseli and is kept as simple as possible so that you can still "listen to the quiet, smell air clean enough to eat and try to count a million stars.
It is a traditional style tented camp hosted by Mike and Judy Rainy, their daughter Jessica and son-in-law Jeff Worden who are conservationists and ecologists.
Combining ecotourism and conservation science in a very special way, they help visitors play a part in securing a long term future for the Amboseli elephants which have perhaps the oldest and most intact social structure of any elephant population in Africa.
Accommodation is offered in six spacious and luxurious tents, with large comfortable beds, safari style bathrooms, with bucket showers.
Each tent is separated from the others providing privacy and at night the lanterns lighting each tent create a romantic ambience.
Ol Kanjau is 3 km east Amboseli National Park, approximately 260 Km from Nairobi, on the border of Kenya and Tanzania
Ol Kanjau has 6 spacious and luxurious tents with large comfortable beds, safari style bathroom, with bucket showers, hot water available at any time of the day and evening.