Welcome to Kibo Safari Camp

Kibo Safari Camp is a luxury tented camp in Amboseli National Park at the foot of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.

What our clients say…

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The best service, very good and fresh food, very clean and value of everything. A very nice pool area with a spa, the bar attendant Morris, is extremely courteous and efficient. The Camp has a vegetables garden…for any family or group safari this will be ideal place to stay.

RoseMuriukiNairobi, Kenya

“Great Service in the Wild Amboseli”
Awesome service, friendly and very helpful staff, food is fresh and with variety, Tents are comfortable while Eco friendly..Stunning views of Mount Kilimanjaro from the comfort of your tent. Perfect place for the leisure and business traveller with accommodative prices to suit every pocket.

Seven Wonders SafarisNairobi


We have single, double, triple and family tents.

Kibo Safari Camp has 73 self-contained tents for single, double, triple and family accommodation. The beds have been custom designed and locally made using bush logs and will ensure a good night’s sleep! All tents have flush toilets, showers, and wash basins. You can enjoy your shower as you like: bubbling hot or refreshing cold. For the duration of your stay in the African bush, Kibo Safari Camp will be your home away from home!

For the newlyweds Kibo Safari Camp offers special packages which can be tailor-made to your requests. Do you fancy a romantic dinner by the pool under the stars? All meals can be taken in privacy away from the main dining area under the open skies. And even a surprise from our camp manager is included! Your honeymoon at Kibo Safari Camp will be an unforgettable experience!


Dine in our open terraced restaurant set under acacia trees overlooking the majestic Mt. Kilimanjaro. Our fruits & vegetables are served fresh as they are picked from our very own farm. Our camp chef will pamper you with fine cuisines for all tastes.

Special meal requirements are met on request eg vegetarian or special meals for the sick. Please inform us about any special meal requirements at the time of booking.


  • Lounge & Bar
  • Dining room
  • Swimming Pool
  • Massage
  • Art Gallery
  • Gift/Souvenir Shop
  • Conference Facilities


Take a tour of Amboseli, enjoy a game drive, nature walk, or relax around the pool – Kibo Safari Camp is the ultimate relaxing spot!

Maasai Dances (complimentary)
image of Maasai dance performance at camp

Cultural dance performance by Maasai warriors.

In the evenings from 9.00 to 9.30 Masaai morans entertain our guests at the bonfire with their traditional dances and will also explain to you the meanings of their dances and songs.

You are encouraged to join in and see if you could jump higher than a Masaai!

Cultural Tours
image of maasai village

Visit at a Maasai manyatta (homestead)

You will be taken by van to a Maasai village where you will spend the day visiting the ‘manyattas’  and experience their way of life.

The Maasai people are an old nomadic tribe that lives in harmony with nature and is one of the few remaining tribes in Kenya that tries to hold on to their traditions.

This is at an extra fee payable direct to the Maasai moran (Maasai guide) before the tour begins.

Game Drives
image of elephant herd in front of Mt. Kilimanjaro

On a game drive in Amboseli, you are likely to see large herd of elephant.

Amboseli’s fragile ecosystem displays 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. Another attraction at the park is the opportunity to meet the Masaai and of course the spectacular view of Mt. Kilimanjaro.

The elephants are the kings of the park, no doubt. They are fond of the swamp areas, where they share the cool waters with the hippos and hide beneath the papyrus. The park is also home to a large resident population of Burchell’s zebras. Other herbivores include Thomson’s and Grants gazelles, buffalo, warthog, Maasai giraffe, impala, water buck and dik-dik. Baboons and Vervet monkeys inhabit the scarce woodlands. Carnivores are represented by lions, spotted hyenas, wild cats, jackals, caracals and cheetahs. With regards to birds, more than 400 species of birds have been registered, among which outstand pelican, flamingo, kingfisher, African fish eagle, ibis, secretary bird, crowned crane, grey and Goliath herons, cattle egret, black-winged stilt, little grebe, Egyptian goose, martial eagle, pigmy falcon, masaai ostrich, white backed vulture, lappet faced vulture, yellow-necked spur fowl, kori bustard and hornbills. After the rains, the park gathers large flocks of water birds.

Game drives, if not already included in your package, can be booked at Kibo Safari Camp.

  • Open Air & Bush Dining
  • Team Building

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