Kilima safari camp is located in the area of Amboseli National Park, next to the Kimana Gate Park entrance. The camp is set out on a 360 acre site with spectacular view of Mount Kilimanjaro. The Kimana area of Amboseli is famous for its large elephant population. Clients can enjoy great game viewing from their tents which face the animal water pools and all public areas and guest rooms are set towards Mount Kilimanjaro.
Total Tents: 72 Comprising of
50 Classic Safari Tents each with a double and single bed and large private balcony
10 Superior Safari tent with four poster double beds with enlarged bathrooms with lion claw bath tubs
12 lodge rooms each with a double and single bed and large private balcony
The camp will have an open general public area offering bar and dinning services. There will be a nature room with wildlife information and a place for guest lecture. There is a free form swimming pool and a massage center also. The camp will have 4 wheel drive vehicles with driver guides. A clinic with resident nurse will be available to guest.
Activities available from Kilima Safari Camp will include: Game Drives, Nature Walks and Bush dinners.
Game Drives – The camp has a fleet of 4×4 vehicles with driver guides and will be offering game drives to clients. The camp also organizes “fly in” packages from Nairobi and Mombasa
Guest lecturers – Our local naturalist is available to give guests free lectures and local Maasai dancers also entertain clients in the evening
Nature walks – For a small charge, Maasai Morans are available to take clients on game walks allowing them to walk freely enjoying the openness and beauty of the park.
Bush Dinners – Only from Kilima Safari Camp can one enjoy the special experience of moonlit “bush dinners”. This excursion involves a night game drive and a barbecue dinner in the Amboseli plains.
Natural World Kenya safaris is Member No.FA/440 - Kenya Association of Tour Operators (KATO) bonding scheme. The scheme is insured to guarantee your holiday safari in the unlikely event that a bonded KATO member ceases operating.