Tortilis Camp

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Glorious views, mighty elephant herds and boutique safari tents await at this fantastic camp in Amboseli, Kenya.

Tortilis Camp is one of the top places to see elephants in Kenya, thanks to its superb location in Amboseli together with the camp’s expert guides who know the local elephants by name. The guides are local Maasai, who will be delighted to show you their home on guided walks through the wilderness, learning about their traditions, way of life and the wildlife they share their homeland with. As for the camp itself, you can expect a luxurious, glamping-style stay amidst nature.

About Tortilis Camp

Tortilis Camp dazzles with its astonishing views across the endless plains to Mount Kilimanjaro, a sight which you can appreciate from virtually any corner of the camp. Tortilis is made up of less than 20 light and airy, boutique tents which make camping in the wilderness an absolute delight, especially with their en-suite bathrooms and veranda, it's the perfect spot to watch nature at its best. Head out with the guides to get up close to majestic elephants – there are more than a thousand of them in the park – as well as other wildlife residing throughout the area, and don’t miss the chance to meet a Maasai community, too. After a busy day out, cool off in Tortilis Camp’s enticing pool and tuck into freshly prepared fare in the open-air dining space, complete with panoramic views of your wild environs.

Services and Facilities

  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Cultural visits
  • Swimming pool
  • Spa treatments available (massages, manicures and pedicures)
  • Internet access


    Sit down every day to beautifully prepared meals with locally sourced vegetables and salads and homemade pasta and bread taking centre stage. Start the day with a bush breakfast, cool off with a traditional sundowner and snack on canapés and the lounge and bar before dinner. Dietary requirements can be catered for including vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free – just let us know in advance.

  • Latest Updates

    Visa requirements

    On 12 December 2023 the President of Kenya announced that Kenya would be visa-free from January 2024.

    Visitors to Kenya are now required to apply online for an electronic travel authorisation in advance of travel ( Some exemptions apply and can be found in full on the website of the Kenyan Civil Aviation Authority.

    Travellers who currently hold a valid visa can continue to travel using their visa until its expiry.
    About Tortilis Camp
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    Room Types


  • Views of Mount Kilimanjaro
  • Spacious veranda
  • Main bedroom with twin or double beds
  • En-suite bathroom

    Please note the Family Tent has one double bedroom and one twin bedroom.

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