Kibo Safari Camp is a luxury tented camp in Amboseli National Park (Kenya) at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa. This luxury camp exudes a rustic appeal as most of its construction was implemented with use of natural materials hence giving it a more natural look.
One of the tents at the Kibo Safari Camp, Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Kibo Safari Camp has 73 self-contained tents sheltered by traditional African ‘makuti' (thatched) roofs. These tents give you luxury combined with comfort in the wild of Africa. Tents can be customized to sleep single, double, triple or family bed configurations. Beds are custom designed and locally made using bush logs and fresh linen is provided every day. All tents are en-suite with built in flush toilets, showers, and wash basins. Bathrooms run cold and warm water so you can enjoy your shower bubbling hot or refreshing cold. All tents feature a seating area and/or a balcony.
The camp is electric powered but incase of a power outage there is a standby sound proofed diesel generator on site.
Kibo Safari Camp Photo Gallery
Kibo Safari Camp has an open terraced restaurant set under acacia trees overlooking the majestic Mount Kilimanjaro. The restaurant serves multi-cuisine buffet meals with fruits and vegetables sourced from the camps own herb and vegetable farm. Seasonal fruit are sourced from the local community.
With prior arrangements, the requirements of guests who need special meal for health (eg vegetarian or special meals for the sick), religious, nutrition purposes.
Kibo Safari Camp's bar, also built under acacia trees, overlooks the snow-capped mountain and is stocked with both local and internationally renowned cocktails, beers, wines and spirits all complete with the usual bar biting.
Facilities and Activities at the camp include;
- Lounge & Bar
- Dining room
- Swimming Pool
- Art Gallery
- Gift/Souvenir Shop
- Conference Facilities
Activities to engage in while staying at Kibo Safari Camp include;
- Traditional dance entainment by Masai morans around the bonfire in the evening. You learn of their fascinating culture.
- Cultural Tours - visit a Maasai village to experience their way of life. For centuries the Masai people have lived in harmony with nature and they are one of the few remaining tribes in Kenya that tries to hold on to their traditions.
- Game drives to enjoy an impressive wildlife variety, with more than 50 mammal species. The park is famous for being the best place in Africa to get close to free-ranging elephants among other wildlife species.
reinvigorate in the spa or relax around the pool.
About Amboseli National Park
Amboseli, meaning “salty dust” in Maa, the language of the Masai, is set in rolling savannah dwarfed by the snow-capped peak of Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest Mountain and the World's highest free-standing mountain.