Kimana Amboseli Tented Camp

Details

Details of Kimana Amboseli Tented Camp

TENTS:

It has 6 self-contained cottages, 15 tented rooms, 15 tents which are not self contained.

The camp also features large camping grounds and camping facilities.

The tents are quite small – just able to fit the twin bed and little room for much else. The bathrooms are fitted with flush (Western Style) toilets and the showers have heated water.

Activities
Game drives & safaris, nature walks, bush dinners, sundowners and breakfast, Maasai dances and cultural homestead visits, bird watching and cycling.

Short Overview

Kimana Amboseli Tented Camp is situated North West of Mt. Kilimanjaro, on the border with Tanzania. The camp is 2km from the main gate (Kimana gate).

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