The name Amboseli is derived from the Maasai word ’em-posel’ for the salty dust found on the seasonally flooded Amboseli “lake” when it rains. Amboseli’s swamps, plains, woodlands and bush country support a diversity of wildlife ranging from the minute and rare spectacled elephant shrew to the huge bulk of the African Elephant, the Geremuk and the Fringe-eared Oryx. The swamps and lakes are also home to over 400 bird species making the park a paradise for bird watchers. In addition to game drives, you can enjoy beautiful early morning or late afternoon bush walks with clear views of Kilimanjaro.


  • Spectacular Views of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Big-Tusked Elephants

 Places to stay

Ol Tukai Lodge

Hotel Style: Lodge

Ol Tukai Lodge is camouflaged in a forest of acacia trees and palms in the heart of the Amboseli National Park.  See Hotel

Satao Elerai

Hotel Style: Lodge

In Satao Elerai you experience a real African adventure sensation.  See Hotel

Tortilis Camp

Hotel Style: Camp

Tortillis is an eco-friendly camp located on the edge of Amboseli National Park with a magnificent view of Mount Kilimanjaro.  See Hotel

 Things to do

Late Departure at Amboseli

Late Departure at Amboseli

Game Drives in Amboseli National Park

Game Drives in Amboseli National Park

Other Included Activities

Visit a Maasai Village

Other Included Activities

Guided nature/birdwalk

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