Amboseli Porini Camp is located in the Selenkay Conservation Area, a 15 000 acre private game reserve within a vast tract of land owned by the Kisonko clan of the Maasai people. The Selenkay Conservation Area is well off the beaten track and has not been visited by tourists until now. It lies in the heart of Maasailand and the animals are truly wild, meaning, the behaviour seen is more natural than that seen in the national parks, where behaviour is influenced by the larger number of vehicles.
The camp consists of nine spacious tents, sited among shady acacia tortilis trees. The tents are large and comfortably furnished each with a double and single bed, solar-powered electric lights and en suite bathroom with safari shower, washbasin and flush toilet.
Safaris are conducted in specially designed open sided Land rover 4x4 safari vehicles. In the conservancy there are no minibuses or other tourists or vehicles, allowing you to enjoy a unique experience compared to traditional mass-tourist lodges and camps.