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Set on a private estate and with views of Mount Kilimanjaro, Kilima Safari Camp is located in the Kimana area of Amboseli National Park, a region of the park well-known for its large elephant population. Indeed, the game viewing often starts each morning as soon as you leave your tent and look down on the nearby waterhole.

Set out in the early mornings and late afternoons on a game viewing excursion with a drive/guide and explore the national park. It's one of Kenya's top safari destinations and there is a wide range of classic African animals plus great bird watching too. Maasai warriors can also take you on a nature walk – an amazing way to view the wildlife and absorb the beautiful landscape. And after your activities, wind down and spend an evening by the fire listening to the local naturalist talk about the wildlife you saw that day. 


  • Set in Amboseli National Park
  • Stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Game drives & guided nature walks
  • Daily lectures by local naturalists
  • Moonlit ‘bush dinners’

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Relax with a cool drink after a safari activity in the bar and lounge. Furnished with comfy seats and couches, the lounge is also a great place to finish the day and swop safari stories with fellow guests.

Listen to a lecture on the local wildlife and fauna in the Nature Room, given by one of the expert guides.

Cool off during the hottest part of the day in the camp's free-form swimming pool.

General Facilities

    Beauty or wellness therapist
    Swimming Pool


Meals at Kilima Safari Camp are served in a boma - a large circular area designed with African flair and open to the camp. The food is served from a central buffet station.

On special occasions, guests can enjoy a moonlit bush dinner on the Amboseli plains after an evening game drive.

Classic Safari Tents

Kilima Safari Camp consists of 72 spacious units ranging from Classic Safari Tents to Superior Tents and individual lodges. Each accommodation is en suite.

The Superior Tents have four-poster beds with mosquito netting and larger bathrooms featuring a lion-claw bath tub.

Classic Safari Tents AMENITIES

    En-suite bath and shower
    Twin bed available

Other Room Types

The Classic Tents are similar to the Superior with a large balcony; the only difference is that they have double and single beds, and the bathrooms are smaller. The Lodge Rooms are free-standing units and are similar to the Classic Tents with double and/or single beds and a balcony.


  • Bush dining
  • Game drives
  • Guided walks

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Lauren Johansson

Lauren Johansson

Africa Safari Expert

"Perfectly located, just outside the National Park with spacious tents ideal for small families and stunning iews from the Observation deck. Treat yourself to a bush dinner while here - it will prove to be one of your safari highlights!"

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