Kampi Ya Kanzi
Kampi ya Kanzi is an award winning community project that embraces the principles of eco-tourism and the goal is to help the Maasai in preserving their wildlife and cultural heritage.
Kampi ya Kanzi Highlights
Tembo House, the heart of the camp, has a thatched roof and is beautifully constructed with local materials, such as lava rocks and native timber, which is collected in a National Forest where there is a sustainable plantation. Tembo House has a large lounge where guests may enjoy books about Africa, relax with a refreshing drink after their safari, listen to classical music while watching wildlife drinking at the nearby waterhole, and much more.
- Kampi ya Kanzi means "Camp of the Hidden Treasures" in Kiswahili.
- The camp is located on the border of Amboseli National Park.
- The camp is an award winning project which embraces Eco-Tourism.
- Kampi ya Kanzi is home to the Maasai Tribe.
Kampi ya Kanzi Game Viewing and Activities
Activities at Kampi ya Kanzi include game drives, game walks, cultural tours to the Maasai village, bird watching, bush meals, sundowners, photography, swimming, horseback riding, Kilimanjaro scenic flights, fly camping and excursions to Tsavo West East National Park.
Tortilis Camp is situated within the Amboseli National Park with spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro. Activities at the camp include game drives, bush walks, sundowners and bush dinners and guests will be able to exploring the enormous private concession.
Kenya Shoestring Safari
Travelling on a budget but still want to experience the highlights of Kenya? Then this 11-night itinerary is ideal. Travel with your private local guide and safari vehicle and drive around the countryside to Kenya’s best and most beautiful areas.