Tortilis Camp Amboseli

  • Famous property located on the southern edge of Amboseli National Park
  • Total of 17 large tents with en-suite bathrooms, plus a private house
  • Spacious veranda, shared lounge and dining room
  • Game drives, guided walks, spa treatments and cultural visits
When To Visit Amboseli & The Chyulu Hills:

Overlooking its own private conservancy, Tortilis offers guests both private and wild bush experiences.

Tortilis Camp Amboseli is one of Africa’s most famous properties! It has spectacular views of Amboseli and Kilimanjaro – and it is the only upmarket option in Amboseli itself.

In prime location for witnessing the majesty of snow-capped Kilimanjaro, Africa's tallest mountain, Tortilis Camp is set within a private 30,000 acre game concession and shares a border with Amboseli National Park. 

With Kilimanjaro shadowing the entire camp, guest accommodation at Tortilis comprises 16 en-suite tents, a family tent and a private house. Each of the 17 makuti-thatched sheltered tents has a main bedroom with twin or double beds, an en-suite bathroom and a spacious veranda. The recently refurbished private house features two en-suite double bedrooms, a shared lounge, and a dining room with a veranda.

Tortilis Camp Amboseli has a great swimming pool, perfect to relax in between game-viewing activities. There is also a spa and fantastic views throughout camp. Guests can enjoy the scenic views of Amboseli and Kilimanjaro from a superb main area.

Tortilis offers a vast variety of activities, including open game drives, guided walking safaris and the chance of interacting with the local Maasai hosts. Nestled by the trees with comfy sunbeds, the pool provides guests with the perfect relaxation spot. Its proximity to Amboseli affords the most dramatic views of the famous Kilimanjaro Mountain. Huge elephant herds often roam between Tortilis and Kilimanjaro – photography opportunities are endless!

The standard of service at Tortilis Camp Amboseli is excellent, whilst the level of guiding is exceptional! More than half of the guides are Maasai, with 80 years of experience shared between them.

Amboseli & The Chyulu Hills