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Little Amanya Camp Amboseli

Little Amanya Camp Amboseli is a luxury camp located near Amboseli National Park in Kenya and a 3-minute drive to Iremito gate. It only takes four and a half hours to Little Amanya Camp from Nairobi city and 20 km from Amboseli airstrip. The camp is a 45 minutes flight from Wilson Airport landing at Amboseli Airstrip inside the Amboseli National Park.

Little Amanya Camp offers guests environmentally friendly accommodation with stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest freestanding mountain in the world. The camp is electric-fenced to ensure your safety and privacy. The camp has 24 spacious and self-contained tents that can accommodate different needs and preferences, such as single, double, twin, suite, or family. All the tents have a private entrance, a flat-screen TV, a flush toilet, a hot and cold shower, and a bathtub. Some of the bathtubs are located on the balcony, giving you a splendid view of Mount Kilimanjaro as you relax.

Little Amanya Camp has a restaurant that serves African cuisine, as well as continental and full English/Irish breakfast options. You can also enjoy some wine or champagne and fruit in your tent. The camp chef can cater to special meal requirements, such as vegetarian, vegan, or non-vegetarian. You can also request a private sundown dinner under the stars or a sunrise breakfast under the open skies. The camp has a pool with a view and a hot tub for guests to unwind and relax. Activities include safari game drives in Amboseli National Park, nature walks,  Masai village visits, Hot Air Balloon Rides, bush meals, and Masai dances.

Amboseli National Park is Kenya’s second most popular African safari destination. Known as the ‘land of giants’, herds of elephants drift across the dusty plains and dip in the marshy reedbeds. Just under 4 hours south of Nairobi, Amboseli is, by African standards, a small national park. What it lacks in size, however, Amboseli makes up for in location. Just across the border, in Tanzania, is Mount Kilimanjaro. Africa’s highest peak and the world’s tallest free-standing mountain, Kilimanjaro to the south, is the scenic backdrop to every Amboseli safari. Kilimanjaro looms large and affects every aspect of Amboseli’s existence but, ironically, is harder to spot than Amboseli’s shy predators.

In your Amboseli safari, you can expect to see many of the savannah wildlife – giraffes, Grant’s, and Thompson’s gazelles, buffalo, hartebeest, waterbuck, eland, wildebeest, and Burchell’s zebra. In the drier areas, you will be lucky to spot gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx as well as bat-eared foxes, caracal, jackals, and serval cats. With relations between wildlife and communities improving, the Amboseli predators have made a comeback. You will see lions and hyenas though cheetahs and leopards remain elusive.

As many as 400 bird species have been counted at Amboseli National Park. The combination of seasonal lakes, permanent swamps, and dry plains make it a bird watchers utopia. There are about 47 species of raptors, including martial eagles, fish eagles, and secretary birds. Taveta golden weavers are common and the endangered Malagasy pond heron is also present. Palearctic migrants make their appearance in the safari low season. With many of Amboseli’s tracks running close to bodies of water, water birds are abundant. Long-toed lapwings, rufous-bellied herons, crowned cranes, kingfishers, pelicans, hammerkops, and more.

Little Amanya Camp has 24 spacious and self-contained tents that can accommodate different needs and preferences, such as single, double, twin, suite, or family. All the tents have a private entrance, a flat-screen TV, a flush toilet, a hot and cold shower, and a bathtub. Some of the bathtubs are located on the balcony, giving you a splendid view of Mount Kilimanjaro as you relax.

Little Amanya Camp has a restaurant that serves African cuisine, as well as continental and full English/Irish breakfast options. You can also enjoy some wine or champagne and fruit in your tent. The camp chef can cater to special meal requirements, such as vegetarian, vegan, or non-vegetarian.

You can also request a private sundown dinner under the stars or a sunrise breakfast under the open skies. The camp has a pool with a view and a hot tub for guests to unwind and relax. Activities include safari game drives in Amboseli National Park, nature walks,  Masai village visits, Hot Air Balloon Rides, bush meals, and Masai dances.

In your Amboseli safari, you can expect to see many of the savannah wildlife – giraffes, Grant’s, and Thompson’s gazelles, buffalo, hartebeest, waterbuck, eland, wildebeest, and Burchell’s zebra. In the drier areas, you will be lucky to spot gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx as well as bat-eared foxes, caracal, jackals, and serval cats.

With relations between wildlife and communities improving, the Amboseli predators have made a comeback. You will see lions and hyenas though cheetahs and leopards remain elusive. As many as 400 bird species have been counted at Amboseli National Park. The combination of seasonal lakes, permanent swamps, and dry plains make it a bird watchers utopia.

There are about 47 species of raptors, including martial eagles, fish eagles, and secretary birds. Taveta golden weavers are common and the endangered Malagasy pond heron is also present. Palearctic migrants make their appearance in the safari low season. With many of Amboseli’s tracks running close to bodies of water, water birds are abundant. Long-toed lapwings, rufous-bellied herons, crowned cranes, kingfishers, pelicans, hammerkops, and more.

Little Amanya Camp Amboseli Non-Resident Accommodation Rates

Little Amanya Camp Amboseli Non-Resident Accommodation Rates Per Night Include; 

Accommodation on Full Board Basis

Zebra Standard Rooms

Dates From Dates To Single Tent
(1 Guest)

Double/ Twin Tent
(2 Guests)

1st Jan 2024 31st Jan 2024 105 US Dollars 140 US Dollars

1st Feb 2024

28th Feb 2024 120 US Dollars 150US Dollars
1st Mar 2024 31st Mar 2024 195 US Dollars

130 US Dollars

1st Apr 2024

30th Jun 2024 95 US Dollars 150 US Dollars
1st Jul 2024 31st Oct 2024 120 US Dollars

150 US Dollars

1st Nov 2024

19th Dec 2024 95 US Dollars 130 US Dollars
20th Dec 2024 31st Dec 2024 120 US Dollars

150 US Dollars

Notes

* The above rates are for Zebra Standard Rooms, other room rates available on request

Little Amanya Camp Amboseli Resident Accommodation Rates

Little Amanya Camp Amboseli Resident Accommodation Rates Per Night Include; 

Accommodation on Full Board Basis

Zebra Standard Rooms

Dates From Dates To Single Tent
(1 Guest)

Double/ Twin Tent
(2 Guests)

1st Jan 2024

31st Jan 2024 10,000 Kenya Shillings 13,500 Kenya Shillings
1st Feb 2024 28th Feb 2024 10,500 Kenya Shillings

14,500 Kenya Shillings

1st Mar 2024

31st Mar 2024 10,000 Kenya Shillings 13,500 Kenya Shillings
1st Apr 2024 30th Jun 2024 9,000 Kenya Shillings

12,500 Kenya Shillings

1st Jul 2024

31st Oct 2024 10,500 Kenya Shillings 14,500 Kenya Shillings
1st Nov 2024 19th Dec 2024 9,000 Kenya Shillings

12,500 Kenya Shillings

20th Dec 2024

31st Dec 2024 10,500 Kenya Shillings

14,500 Kenya Shillings

Notes

* The above rates are for Zebra Standard Rooms, other room rates available on request

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