Kenya’s Best Safari Locations

President Obama’s high profile visit to Kenya over the last few days has created considerable publicity in the world’s media. As a result, Kenya’s image has been given a positive boost and this should stimulate a renewed interest in going on safari!

US President Barack Obama is welcomed by Kenya's President Uhuru Kenyatta, image by AP via BBC
US President Barack Obama is welcomed by Kenya’s President Uhuru Kenyatta, image by AP via BBC

So now is a good time to highlight our Porini Safari Camps which offer the ultimate safari experience in some of Kenya’s more exclusive game-viewing areas.
Our four Porini camps are located within award-winning Conservancies – vast areas of pristine wilderness teeming with animals including Africa’s “Big Five”. Guests staying on the Conservancies have exclusive access to the area and visitor numbers are limited to protect the land and to retain a true feeling of being “in the Wild” away from busy tourist hot-spots.
We have a range of affordable itineraries (click here for details) by road or by air combining Porini Camps with each other and with other Big Game areas such as Nairobi National Park, the Samburu, Aberdares, Mt Kenya and Lake Nakuru.

Porini Amboseli Camp

Amboseli camp
Porini Amboseli Camp has just nine guest tents within the game-rich Selenkay Conservancy, a 15,000 acre wilderness next to Amboseli National Park. The area has great game-viewing and is particularly famous for its elephants. Guests enjoy day and night game drives, sundowners, bush dining, safari walks as well as visits to Selenkay village to learn about the Maasai way of life.

Porini Mara Camp

Porini Mara Camp Service
Porini Mara Camp is the only camp within the 18,700 acre Ol Kinyei Conservancy in the Maasai Mara. With a perfect setting under shady Acacia trees beside a spring, the camp has just six guest tents ensuring a premium and exclusive safari experience. The conservancy has a resident pride of over 20 lions. There are also leopards, cheetahs as well as elephants and a wealth of plains game including large numbers of giraffes.

Porini Lion Camp

Lion Camp
Porini Lion Camp has ten guest tents in a beautiful setting along the Ntiakatiak River in Olare Motorogi – a 33,000 acre private conservancy bordering the Maasai Mara National Reserve. The area is renowned for its Big Cats and profusion of wildlife. Guests enjoy game activities (including guided walks) within the conservancy as well as in the Reserve.

Porini Rhino Camp

Rhino Camp
Porini Rhino Camp has 7 guest tents in Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a 90,000 acre wildlife haven. The Big Five are present, but it is most famed as a rhino sanctuary. Guests can see Black Rhino, Southern White Rhino and even meet 2 of the World’s last remaining Northern White Rhinos at the Endangered Species Boma. Game activities see many less common species such as African Wild Dogs.

Why stay at Porini Safari Camps?

•    Camps are small (with as few as 6 guest tents) in secluded settings within vast game-filled wildlife conservancies
•    Game drives in open-sided 4×4 safari vehicles
•    Game-viewing by Day and by Night
•    Maximum 6 guests per vehicle – guaranteed window seat
•    Friendly, fully-qualified / registered safari guides
•    All meals / drinks included in the price
•    All Park / Reserve fees included in the price
•    Optional Hot Air Balloon Safaris and beach add-ons (supplements apply)
•    Value-for-money all-inclusive rates with nothing else to pay at the Porini Camps
•    Camps are easily combined with our choice of itineraries by air or by road
•    Daily scheduled flights to local airstrips (plus additional charter flight to Selenkay in peak season)
•    Porini camps create income for local people through employment and community support.
•    The income from guests at Porini Camps pays for the rental and running costs of the Conservancies.

Nairobi Tented Camp

Nairobi tented camp
This authentic safari camp is the first accommodation to be allowed within Nairobi National Park – a vast 117 km-squared area of diverse habitats supporting a broad range of animal and bird species.
There isn’t anywhere else in the world like it; with sweeping plains on one side and Nairobi city on the other.
Nairobi National Park is a wildlife haven unlike any other, with virtually guaranteed sightings of rhino a reason in itself to visit, and Nairobi Tented Camp offers guests the opportunity to really get to know this unique destination and its wildlife.
International visitors will leave Jomo Kenyatta airport and within ten minutes start their wildlife encounter, with the last 20 minutes of their short half an hour journey filled with the excitement of their first game drive in Kenya!
This is the best choice in Nairobi for clients who prefer to be away from the hustle and bustle of the city centre, and is a great way of extending any safari experience.
Nairobi 2
For more details on Nairobi Tented Camp, click here
Guests of Porini Safari Camps and Nairobi Tented Camp can be sure that as well as having a memorable and enjoyable safari they are making a real contribution to Kenya’s valued wildlife, environment and local communities. View our special offers today!
For further information – or to check availability – please contact our expert safari consultants.

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