Best Camps In Kenya

What is a Camp?

A camp is a collection of tents or caravans where people are living or staying, usually temporarily while they are traveling.

Best Camps In Kenya

Tortilis Camp, Amboseli National Park

This luxury Kenyan safari camp in the shade of beautiful acacia tortilis trees has stunning views of snow-capped Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru in Tanzania.

It offers guests roomy tents set well apart ensuring privacy, making it ideal for couples and honeymooners. However, there is a family tent as well.

Ol Donyo Lodge, Chyulu Hills

Situated between Tsavo East and Amboseli National Parks, ol Donyo (meaning ‘large mountain’) is located on the Masai-owned Mbirikani Group Ranch. It nestles picturesquely in the foothills of the Chyulu Hills in Kenya’s renowned Amboseli National Park.

Alfajiri Villas, Diani Beach

Condé Nast Traveller rated Alfajiri Villas amongst the most luxurious in the world, and they offer the ultimate in relaxation, comfort and personalized pampering.

Located on stunning Diani Beach, washed by the balmy waters of the Indian Ocean, these villas ensure a magical beach holiday. Vibrant Mombasa is just 30km north

Kinondo Kwetu, Galu Beach

If barefoot luxury in a relaxed setting is your style, Kinondo Kwetu is the place for you! Located on the pristine Indian Ocean shoreline just south of Diani Beach, this beautiful hotel is the only one on private Galu Beach.

It is surrounded by verdant coastal forests and offers water activities like swimming, sailing, boating, diving and snorkeling. Beach and forest horse riding, tennis, yoga, golf, and wood-fired saunas are also on offer. You can enjoy a romantic dinner on the beach, take in a cultural visit to a local village, or book a boat trip to Paradise Lost Island.

Loisaba Tented Camp, Laikipia

There can be few better views than Loisaba’s across Laikipia’s marvelous landscape all the way to Mount Kenya, over the 56,000-acre private conservancies.

And nowhere are the views better than from Loisaba’s magnificent infinity pool! Relax in the pool with a delicious sundowner whilst watching families of elephants forage below the camp.

Who owns Porini Camps Kenya?

They are a leading African safari tour operator that also owns and runs the award-winning Porini Camps in Kenya. Established in 1989, Gamewatchers Safaris is one of the longest-running African safari companies.

Large, high-ceilinged, and airy tents all feature huge floor-to-ceiling windows and doors and windows. The sophisticated decor stylishly combines African influences with modern state-of-the-art lighting systems and showers. The service is impeccable, the food delicious, and a night in your private outdoor star bed will create an indelible memory.