Tortillis Camp

The Tortilis Camp, set up in the centre of Amboseli National Park, is an extraordinary model of the level of opulence that can be reached by camps. An award-winning ecotourism lodge, the Tortilis Camp is built of 17 tents structured on raised wooden platforms. Each is accompanied by private bathrooms with rich hot spring water flowing from the veins of the landscape. The views here are unsurpassed, with elephants and other wildlife passing en masse. The campsite makes for lively dining, as animals stroll past with Kilimanjaro rising in the background. Meals are fresh and succulent, with vegetables and herbs gathered from the camp’s garden. Besides interacting with the surroundings, there is a swimming pool and an abundance of tours and bush walks.

    Package Chalet

    Each room is built on a well-ventilated raised wooden platform, with roofs made from Makuti thatching. A stone verandah frames the entrance of each tent, with a tempting Lamu-style day bed beckoning at the entrance, begging you to take a siesta following meals.Decor uses light beige canvas, and furnishings are definitely appealing in their cultural and local significance, making for a homely yet tasteful resting place. Beds are spacious and comfortable. Each tent has a dressing area that leads into the en-suite bathroom with a state of the art shower, hot water from the springs, and a flush toilet.

      Chalet

      Each room is built on a well-ventilated raised wooden platform, with roofs made from Makuti thatching. A stone verandah frames the entrance of each tent, with a tempting Lamu-style day bed beckoning at the entrance, begging you to take a siesta following meals.Decor uses light beige canvas, and furnishings are definitely appealing in their cultural and local significance, making for a homely yet tasteful resting place. Beds are spacious and comfortable. Each tent has a dressing area that leads into the en-suite bathroom with a state of the art shower, hot water from the springs, and a flush toilet.

      • Family TentFamily Tent
      Package Family Tent 6+

      With outstanding views of Mt Kilimanjaro, enjoyed from the comfort of your own private family verandah, Tortilis Camp's new Family Tent is another great addition to this child-friendly safari camp in Amboseli.

      The Family Tent consists of one double en suite bedroom, one twin en suite bedroom, and a spacious private verandah.

      Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed for children under the age of 16 years only

      • Family TentFamily Tent
      Family Tent 6+

      With outstanding views of Mt Kilimanjaro, enjoyed from the comfort of your own private family verandah, Tortilis Camp's new Family Tent is another great addition to this child-friendly safari camp in Amboseli. The Family Tent consists of one double en suite bedroom, one twin en suite bedroom, and a spacious private verandah. [Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed for children under the age of 16 years only]

        Chalet 6+

        Each room is built on a well-ventilated raised wooden platform, with roofs made from Makuti thatching. A stone verandah frames the entrance of each tent, with a tempting Lamu-style day bed beckoning at the entrance, begging you to take a siesta following meals.Decor uses light beige canvas, and furnishings are definitely appealing in their cultural and local significance, making for a homely yet tasteful resting place. Beds are spacious and comfortable. Each tent has a dressing area that leads into the en-suite bathroom with a state of the art shower, hot water from the springs, and a flush toilet.

          Package Chalet 6+

          See Above Description.

          • Family TentFamily Tent
          Family Tent

          With outstanding views of Mt Kilimanjaro, enjoyed from the comfort of your own private family verandah, Tortilis Camp's new Family Tent is another great addition to this child-friendly safari camp in Amboseli. The Family Tent consists of one double en suite bedroom, one twin en suite bedroom, and a spacious private verandah. [Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed for children under the age of 16 years only]

          • Private HousePrivate House
          • Private HousePrivate House
          Package Private House

          With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, Tortilis Camp’s Private House has a glorious view of the mountain. The Private House consists of one en-suite double bedroom, one en-suite twin bedroom, and a spacious sitting / dining room with verandah. Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed, for children under the age of 16 yrs.

          • Private HousePrivate House
          Private House

          With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, Tortilis Camp’s Private House has a glorious view of the mountain. The Private House consists of one en-suite double bedroom, one en-suite twin bedroom, and a spacious sitting / dining room with verandah. Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed, for children under the age of 16 yrs.

          • Private HousePrivate House
          • Private HousePrivate House
          Package Private House 6+

          With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, Tortilis Camp’s Private House has a glorious view of the mountain. The Private House consists of one en-suite double bedroom, one en-suite twin bedroom, and a spacious sitting / dining room with verandah. Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed, for children under the age of 16 yrs.

          • Private HousePrivate House
          Private House 6+

          With Mt. Kilimanjaro peering down over the entire camp, Tortilis Camp’s Private House has a glorious view of the mountain. The Private House consists of one en-suite double bedroom, one en-suite twin bedroom, and a spacious sitting / dining room with verandah. Both bedrooms can fit one extra bed, for children under the age of 16 yrs.

            Tortillis Camp Restaurants

            The dining at Tortilis Camp has no problem meeting the standards set by the rest of its accommodations.The food is fantastic, with an unsurpassed freshness. The camp has its own vegetable and herb garden, and draws from this when expressing its freshness.Dining takes place in an open bar/lounge type setting. The dining tent is also covered in a thatched roof, and has an excellent view of the water hole where animals sip and interact. Dining is buffet style for breakfast and lunch and dinner is served at the table. Fare ranges from Italian to continental and local.Service is kind, efficient, and friendly, as is promised in the rest of the camp.

              Tortillis Camp Activities

              Children regularly visit the Tortilis Camp. Parents happily receive baby services, while tour guides take the time to cater to children's entertainment during tours. Activities for guests include game drives; guided bush walks; bush meals; sundowners; massage; and cultural visits.Camp also includes a main lounge; bar; dining area and a swimming pool.

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