Amboseli Porini Camp - located within the exclusive Selenkay Conservancy in the middle of the Amboseli eco-system, this camp accommodates eighteen guests in nine spacious tents offering comfortable arrangements surrounded by rugged wilderness.
Mara Porini Camp - In the first private wildlife conservancy, Ol Kinyei, the camp is centered within one of the most beautiful wilderness areas in the Serengeti-Mara eco-system. The camp has 6 guest tents all with ensuite bathrooms, flush toilets, and safari showers.
Porini Lion Camp - located in the exclusive 22,000 acre Olare Orok Conservancy, which borders the Maasai Mara Game Reserve. The camp is situated along the Ntiakatiak River and consists of 10 luxury guest tents.
Porini Rhino Camp - The newest camp with six tents and located in the 90,000 acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy near Mt. Kenya. All the Big 5 are found here and this is the largest Black Rhino sanctuary in East Africa.
Maasai Mara Big Cat Safari - 4 night / 5 day with stays at two small eco-camps located inside the exclusive wildlife conservancies in the Maasai Mara ecosystem, which are reserved solely for the camp's guests. Game drives are in open-sided 4x4 safari vehicles, with experienced Maasai safari guides to look for the big cats in the park and conservancies. Night game drives offered at both camps allow you to witness the cats when they are most active and do the majority of their hunting.
Amboseli Porini Eco-Lodge - National Geographic rated this camp as one of the top 50 ecolodges in the world. 9 night / 10 days of safari including transfer from airport, 1 night at Palacina Suites in Nairobi, 8 nights at 4 Porini Camps, all internal flights, day/night game drives in open 4x4s, bush walks, visits to Maasai village, sundowners, all meals and beverages.
With a dedication to preserving Africa's wildlife, landscapes, and supporting local communitites, the camps focus on sustainable ecotourism ventures which benefit both the local ecosystem and the experience of visitors as they come into close contact with the environment and wildlife. The environmental policy addresses the impact and managment of land, water, energy, sewage, and solid wastes.
Land - The camps purposefully have no permanent structures and are strategically placed around the available trees and shrubs so that when the time comes to remove the camp, the area will revert back with no visible signs of a camp or people.
Water - Water is transported in for use at the camps, and guests are asked to conserve the scarce resource as best they can. Tents are equipped with safari showers, and the total water per tent is less than 20 liters. Waste water and sewage is also managed to prevent contamination.
Energy - Solar power provides all lighting to the tents as well as radio communication and outlets for guests appliances. No bush charcoal is used as Kenya is suffering severe deforestation for the production of this. "Green" charcoal briquettes and gas cookers are its substitute.
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