Porini Camp, is located in the Selenkay Conservation Area, a 15,000-acre private game reserve within a vast tract of land owned by the Kisonko clan of the Maasai people and located near the northern boundary of Amboseli National Park.
The Conservation Area is an important dispersal area for wildlife moving in and out of Amboseli and holds a wide diversity of species.
The camp consists of six spacious tents, sited among shady Acacia trees, in a spot once favoured by big game hunters. The camp is small and exclusive, accommodating a maximum of 12 guests.
It is set up along the lines of the traditional hunting safari bush camp, so there are no permanent structures like bar or restaurant or swimming pool – this is real camping in the bush, but with much more comfortable bathroom arrangements than were available to the hunters of earlier years.
The tents are large and comfortably furnished, each with a double and a single bed, solar-powered electric lights, and en suitebathroom with shower, washbasin and flush toilet.
Meals are taken under the shade of an Acacia tree and after dinner we can sit around the campfire and listen to the sounds of the African night.
Porini Lodge is located in the Selenkay Conservacy, Porini Camp is a few miles north of Amboseli National Park, Kenya.
Porini Lodge 6 spacious tentsen suite bathrooms including shower, wash basin and flush toilet. Tents have solar-powered electric lighting.
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