Here are Tortilis Camp – Amboseli Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
Location: Amboseli National Park & Kitirua Conservancy
Accommodation: 16 en-suite safari tents, 1 Private House & 1 Family Tent, each unit has 1 master bedroom and 1 twin room, both ensuite with a shared verandah/sitting area
There is a main swimming pool for all guests and a private swimming pool area for clients staying at the Private House or the Family Tent.
Description: With unrivaled views of Mt Kilimanjaro, it is also known as the only boutique safari camp within Amboseli.
With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, Tortilis Camp’s Private House has a glorious view of the mountain.
The Private House consists of one en-suite double bedroom, one en-suite twin bedroom, and a spacious sitting / dining room with verandah. Featuring a brand new swimming pool shared with the Family Tent.
With outstanding views of Mt Kilimanjaro, enjoyed from the comfort of your own private family verandah, Tortilis Camp’s new Family Tent is another great addition to this child-friendly safari camp in Amboseli.
The Family Tent consists of two en suite bedrooms (one double & one twin) and a spacious private verandah.
[Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed for children under the age of 16 years only]
Private House and Family Tent share a private swimming pool.
With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, each of Tortilis Camp’s 16 tents has a glorious view of the mountain. Each makuti-covered tent consists of a main bedroom with twin or double beds, en-suite bathroom and a spacious verandah. Let us know if you require twin beds or double bed.
• Dinner times are as follows:
Breakfast: 06h30 to 09h30
Lunch: 13h00 to 14h30
Dinner: 20h00 to 21h30
Individual dietary requests can be satisfied with advance notice
• Dining room with bar & lounge
• Bush breakfasts, sundowners & picnic lunches
The Tortilis Camp guides are based at a camp in Amboseli and know their backyard intimately. More than half of the guides at Tortilis are Masai, and have between them 80 years of guiding at Tortilis!
Tortilis Camp’s walking guides are Masai from the local community, who have been walking over these plains since childhood.
Enjoy the cool waters in the heat of the day! Within the lush green gardens, the pool is shaded by palms and acacia Tortilis, and a haven for tropical birds.
Bush Breakfast and Sundowners
Take a moment to sit back, enjoy the spectacular views, the smells, the colors, and the gentle breeze.
Bush breakfasts are a chance to enjoy a full breakfast, alfresco, in the middle of the plains, surrounded by wildlife.
“Sundowners” are a safari tradition – after a day of safari; stop, watch the spectacular sunset; traditionally with a gin and tonic in hand!
In the heart of Masai country, Tortilis Camp offers visits to local Masai homesteads.