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Walking with Masai warriors from the Porini Camps

Lion Porini Camp

Amboseli Porini Camp

Porini Camps

Porini Camps offer the chance to escape from the crowds and experience the African wilderness without the presence of other tourist vehicles. The camps are operated and managed by the local Masai communities with the objective of creating income and providing benefits for local people. They are all run on environmentally sound principles and specially designed to have minimum impact, with no permanent structures.

Amboseli Porini



Surrounded by acres of stunning scenery, this is the original Porini ecotourism camp with wildlife in abundance, including the big cats, African wildcat, striped hyena, gerenuk and lesser kudu. The camp itself consists of 6 classic safari tents with all meals and drinks inclusive. However, there’s no swimming pool, bar or restaurant – this is real camping in the bush and definitely an experience to treasure!

lake turkana

Porini Rhino Camp


The latest addition to Porini Eco tourism is Ol Pejeta Conservancy, with an area of over 60,000 acres reserved exclusively for 4x4 safari vehicles and eco-camps. It is the largest rhino conservancy in East Africa with over 70 rhinos in residence. A sustainable tourism project, the camp is built using no permanent structures to ensure that when the camp is removed, no visible signs of the camp or people will remain.


Porini Wilderness Safari



Aberdares National Park


Lake Victoria

Masai Mara

Lake Nakuru


Amboseli National Park






Tarangire National Park


Tsavo National Park

Mt Kenya


Porini Lion Camp


Owned by the local Masai people, this eco-friendly camp offers an exclusive safari retreat with just 10 luxury camps on site. The tents are very spacious and have en-suite bathrooms as well as full-length private verandas from which to admire the beauty of your surrounds. The bird life here is prolific and hippos frolic in water holes all year round. There are also escorted bush walks with Masai warriors, giving a fascinating insight into their way of life.


Rhino Porini Camp

Prices from £499

Prices are in £’s per person based on 2 adults sharing at Amboseli Porini Camp, including internal flights from Nairobi Wilson Airport between 01-15 Apr and 01-30 Jun ‘10.

Days 1-2: Selenkay Conservancy

You’ll be met at the airport for your drive to the conservancy just outside the Amboseli National Park. Spend your time viewing wildlife and walking with Masai warriors in this region overlooking Mount Kilimanjaro.

Overnight: Amboseli Porini Camp. (L/D)

Shimba Hills National Reserve

Days 3-4: Ol Pejeta Conservancy

After a short flight to Nanyuki, transfer to your camp in the foothills of Mount Kenya. look out for rhino, go on game drives and guided bush

walks. Overnight: Porini Rhino Camp.


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Days 5-6: Ol Kinyei Conservancy

Depart Ol Pejeta today for the short flight transfer to Masai Mara. Your camp is located in one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. Again you’ve plenty of time for more game drives and guided walks. Overnight:

Porini Lion Camp. (B/L/D)

Day 7: Nairobi

After so much excitement, it’s time to say goodbye to the African wilderness and fly back to Nairobi for your onward travel arrangements. (B)

Amboseli Porini Camp: More

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Porini Rhino Camp: More information

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Porini Lion Camp: More information

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