Sentrim Amboseli Safari Camp
Sentrim Amboseli’s is located deep inside the Amboseli National Reserve guaranteeing close encounters with the reserve’s renowned elephants, roaming buffaloes, wildebeests, zebra, giraffes, impalas and several predators. This luxurious tented lodge offers 60 modern tents with a private view onto Mt. Kilimanjaro. The spacious tents boast of ensuite bathroom with a steaming hot shower, a washbasin and flush toilets. Facilities include; Freeform swimming pool with sunbathing terrace, Custom built four-wheel-drive safari vehicles, Reliable 240-volt generator electricity supply, Spa and Souvenir boutique.
Other Safari Lodges and Camps in Amboseli National Parks
- Kibo Safari Camp
- Sentrim Amboseli Lodge
- Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge
- Amboseli Safari Lodge
- Amboseli Tortilis Camp
- Ol Tukai safari lodge
Wildlife sightings in Amboseli National Park
On an Amboseli safari, over 53 species of herbivores and carnivores can be viewed with ease, the most conspicuous being the troops of over one thousand elephant who range the plains and wallow the swamps. A number of other unique animals also populate the area including lion, cheetah, giraffes, zebras, buffalo, rhino, wildebeest, gerenuks, impalas, gazelles, hyenas, baboons, bats and about 425 different species of birds.
Amboseli National Park Safari
- 3 days Amboseli safari: Visit Amboseli, Kilimanjaro’s courtyard, littered with all sorts of animals, predators and grazers alike …
- 3 days Amboseli and Tsavo west safari: Visit Amboseli and see the Africa’s Highest mountain sample out the Masai culture. Proceed to Tsavo west visiting the rhino sanctuary and the Mzima springs home to fish, crocodiles and many bird species …
- 3 Days Tsavo west and Amboseli safari: Visit Tsavo West and have a chance to see the big five of Africa, game drive at the foot of the highest Mountain in Africa, Mt. Kilimanjaro.
- 4 days Tsavo East, Tsavo West and Amboseli Safari : The best safari from Mombasa! With a chance to see the Big five and the famous Mt. Kilimanjaro in Amboseli, a big surprise for many explorer’s safari of the early 19th century