Overview of Porini Mara Camp

Porini Mara is a small and intimate camp situated in the exclusive Ol Kinyei wildlife conservancy. The conservancy belongs to the local Maasai community who have recently set aside the area as a sanctuary for wildlife and the results are spectacular – indeed, the abundance of game has made Porini Mara an extremely sought-after game viewing destination.

It’s a classic East African landscape of open savannahs, pockets of forest, natural springs and rivers and spectacular views – no wonder it’s often seen as one of the most beautiful areas in the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem.

 

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Porini is committed to helping preserve Africa’s unique wildlife, landscapes and local communities. They believe that the best way to do this is through sustainable ecotourism ventures that benefit the local communities and give guests a rewarding experience. These environmentally-friendly Eco-Camps have been established in exclusive Wildlife Conservancies and are carefully managed to ensure that local communities, the environment and visitors benefit from the Conservancy concept.

Rates

Competitive rates for unforgettable experiences
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Date Board Price
03/01/2024 - 31/03/2024 Game Package $580
01/04/2024 - 30/06/2024 Game Package $525
01/07/2024 - 21/07/2024 Game Package $935
22/07/2024 - 30/09/2024 Game Package $1,040
01/10/2024 - 31/10/2024 Game Package $910
01/11/2024 - 19/12/2024 Game Package $525

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Highlights & Activities

What's on offer whilst on this itinerary?
  • Exclusive wildlife conservancy
  • Small and intimate with only 6 tents
  • Daily game viewing & night drives offered
  • Masai-led walking safaris
  • Day trips to the popular National Park
  • Hot air ballooning available
  • Local, warm staff directly benefit
  • All inclusive - simple, delicious meals
Bird watching

Bird watching

Cultural visits

Cultural visits

Full-day safaris

Full-day safaris

Game drives

Game drives

Guided walks

Guided walks

Hot air ballooning

Hot air ballooning

Night drives

Night drives

Picnics

Picnics

Sundowners

Sundowners

Rooms at Porini Mara Camp

Unwind and relax, in your own private luxury
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    Standard Tent

    Mara Porini Camp consists of only six luxury tents perched on the banks of the Laetoli, a charming natural spring within Ol Kinyei. The camp is shaded by large trees while the tents themselves are spacious and comfortably appointed, each featuring double and single beds, solar electric lights and an en suite bathroom with a flush toilet and safari shower.

    General Facilities

    Porini Mara is a camp where the focus is on game viewing: enjoy morning, afternoon and evening game drives in custom-built safari vehicles while in the company of expert driver-guides.

    Guests can also go on escorted nature walks with Maasai guides before unwinding with a sundowner at a scenic viewpoint.

    En-suite bathrooms

    En-suite bathrooms

    Mess dining tent

    Mess dining tent

    Solar power

    Solar power

    Dining

    Mara Porini provides delicious meals and picnic lunches, freshly prepared by the camp chef and served in the main mess tent or while out on game drives.

    All meals are complemented by free mineral water, sodas, gin and tonic, beers and house wines.

    Expert Opinion

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    Anja Naude

    Anja Naude

    Africa Safari Expert

    I really enjoyed the feel of Porini Mara - the camp is spread out amongst the trees and you feel totally part of nature. Keep a close watch for animals roaming around!

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    Traveller Reviews

    • AO

      Ol Kinyei was just wonderful. Plane departed on time (even earlier) and we met with our guides Jasper snd Tiba at the airstrip. We were actually in the midst of Loita Migration and that is exactly what I wanted for this trip! One of my dreams was to actually see the calving, which we missed only by 5 minutes… Jasper and Tiba were so knowledgable, and I can really see their love for the animals, and being extremely sensitive to them while still being up close. Porini Mara was such a cozy and intimate camp. Food was excellent, and all the staff members were just wonderful!

      Ai Okazaki
    • MC

      The Porini Mara was a great choice! The visit to the village was good too. Fabulous to have walked back to Porini, and we had a chance to chat with the Tourist Police fellow as well as the guide, and canvass a range of different subjects. Loved seeing the traditional uses of plants in the reserve!

      Melanie Cranko
    • LF

      The manager was nothing less than perfect: warm welcome, helpful throughout our stay and very nice up to the very last minute. Our guide Jimmy was extraordinary, always nice, helpful and eager to give us every possible information and chance to see wildfife, and we also had lot of fun. Also Marima the spotter was very good and helpful. Meals were very good and the chef very kind.

      Luigi Franzolin
    • GJG

      Thanks for setting up another great adventure. My wife was sort of reluctant in the beginning but after making the trip, she couldn’t have been more impressed. Both camps were great. We were well taken care of from arrival to departure. The food is always good but not over the top. We ended up being a couple of weeks early for the main migration, but the amount of game at the two camps was phenomenal. The game drives and the nature walk were all lead by Masai tribesman who spoke excellent English and were obviously knowledge about everything in their environment. The memories and photos will be with us forever.

      Garth J. Guyer
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien

    Traveller Reviews

    • AO

      Ol Kinyei was just wonderful. Plane departed on time (even earlier) and we met with our guides Jasper snd Tiba at the airstrip. We were actually in the midst of Loita Migration and that is exactly what I wanted for this trip! One of my dreams was to actually see the calving, which we missed only by 5 minutes… Jasper and Tiba were so knowledgable, and I can really see their love for the animals, and being extremely sensitive to them while still being up close. Porini Mara was such a cozy and intimate camp. Food was excellent, and all the staff members were just wonderful!

      Ai Okazaki
    • MC

      The Porini Mara was a great choice! The visit to the village was good too. Fabulous to have walked back to Porini, and we had a chance to chat with the Tourist Police fellow as well as the guide, and canvass a range of different subjects. Loved seeing the traditional uses of plants in the reserve!

      Melanie Cranko
    • LF

      The manager was nothing less than perfect: warm welcome, helpful throughout our stay and very nice up to the very last minute. Our guide Jimmy was extraordinary, always nice, helpful and eager to give us every possible information and chance to see wildfife, and we also had lot of fun. Also Marima the spotter was very good and helpful. Meals were very good and the chef very kind.

      Luigi Franzolin
    • GJG

      Thanks for setting up another great adventure. My wife was sort of reluctant in the beginning but after making the trip, she couldn’t have been more impressed. Both camps were great. We were well taken care of from arrival to departure. The food is always good but not over the top. We ended up being a couple of weeks early for the main migration, but the amount of game at the two camps was phenomenal. The game drives and the nature walk were all lead by Masai tribesman who spoke excellent English and were obviously knowledge about everything in their environment. The memories and photos will be with us forever.

      Garth J. Guyer
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • JB

      We had a wonderful time in the Mara. We were very pleased with the accommodations, food and staff at both camps. I was surprised by the need to change planes coming in from Nairobi and the multiple stops on the way back. I had no idea the Mara had so many air strips! I especially liked the style of jeep used by the Porini camps and appreciated the ponchos they keep in the vehicles for the guests. It was a little cooler than I anticipated in the mornings:) The drivers and vehicles were also impressive in pulling other safari vehicles out of the mud on two occasions. Both camps packed breakfasts and/or lunches for us and we enjoyed our picnic meals in the wilderness. While it was nice to have the conservancy as an additional game drive option, I would say that Mara Porini is somewhat disadvantaged by the one hour drive to get to the Mara. Having said that, we did spot our only leopard in the conservancy as we were leaving Mara Porini and heading for Lion Porini. At Lion Porini there is virtually no distinction between the conservancy and the Mara. Understanding we were a little early for the migration, we still saw lots of animals, including baby cheetahs, and thoroughly enjoyed our safari vacation.

      Janet Bunch
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • ZS

      The accommodation in the Porini camps, the tents were nice, spacious and clean, a lot better and comfortable than one would expect in the middle of the savannas. The food and wine was good and the staff were really nice, friendly and helpful in both camps. The Masai guides were very well prepared and they had a very good command of English which was a positive surprise for me.

      Zoltan Sin
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • J&L

      Jim and I have to say our trip to the Porini camps was the most memorable we ever taken. As seniors who aren’t really travel-savvy, we were initially uncomfortable with the idea of exploring Africa on our own. However, Nic and Greg were quite adamant that the Porini Safari Camps would meet our every need and we would feel not only comfortable, but pampered. They were so right and we had the trip of a lifetime! Of course the animals of Africa were wonderful but the people aligned with Porini Camps were even more so! We were met at the airport and escorted by exceptionally gracious people from the minute we landed until our departure (which occurred too soon).

      Jim & Leah Lorber
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • AS

      Our trip was amazing. The Lion Porini and Mara Porini camps were what we expected and a lot more. Our flight to the Masai Mara was really exciting. Ofcourse, Meschak and the crew were waiting for us at the airstrip in Masai Mara to take us to Lion Porini camp. The Porini experience was fabulous. We also met Mohanjeet the director by chance at the Mara Porini camp. Our guide Lamara , at Mara porini camp was another amazing guy. We had great vegetarian fare and they were all very friendly and always ready to meet our requests. I would go back to the Porini camps again.

      Amrita Somaiya
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • PW

      I just wanted to let you know that we had an absolutely awesome safari! Everything went so smoothly. Gamewatchers did a wonderful job and we loved the experience at the Porini camps. It was a vacation that our family will never forget.

      Paula Winkler-Doman
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • CB

      Excellent game viewing. We saw a leopard in a tree in the Masai Mara and had to share the view with at least 20 other vehicles. The next morning we went on an early morning game drive in the conservancy and saw two leopards: a smaller animal that was travelling along a creek bank who was intent on escaping our view as soon as he could, and a larger leopard that was stalking some prey. The second leopard looked a bit annoyed that we were interfering with his breakfast, but let us get a fairly long look at him. In the conservancy, it was just our vehicle viewing the leopards.

      Cindy Brown
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien
    • KT

      Certainly very close to the wildlife here! Hippos and buffalo outside our tent every night. Ernest the manager was very good and we had wonderful walks with the Masai here. The food was great and very well taken care of. They had good staff and the Masai did a wonderful dance here the last night (as did Amboseli) on our sundowner.

      Karen Terrien