Kambi ya Tembo
Old Maasai traditions with the snow topped peak of the Kilimanjaro in the background.
With views of the Kilimajaro and the endless plains of the African savannah, Kambi ya Tembo is a spectacular camp situated on the north face of the Kilimanjaro with fantastic views of Amboseli and where one can enjoy the wildlife in the front line.
The camp is located in Sinya, a 600 square kilometres concession which offers incomparable scenery with magnificent views of the Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru and the Ol Doinyo Longido and Ol Doinyo Orok peaks. It is one of the only places in Africa where one can observe large bull elephants more than 50 years old with enormous tusks.
The Maasai settlements, known as “bomas”, are scattered around Sinya. The Maasai in Sinya continue to live traditionally, dressed in their colourful blankets and celebrating their traditional ceremonies. They aren’t as used to seeing tourists more common in other areas visited by visitors.
|Check In: 12h | Check Out: 10h|
|Open all Year|
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ABOUT KAMBI YA TEMBO
The camp has 14 tents set-up on the ground each with a private bathroom with shower and a private terrace. Spacious double rooms with a double bed, two or three beds. Some of the tents have views of the Amboseli plains and others of the National Park of Kilimanjaro.
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Stylish tent build on the ground with en-suite facilities overlooking either the Kilimanjaro Mountain or the Amboseli Plains. Twin or triple rooms. All rooms feature a balcony with views.
Capacity: 2, 3 & 4 persons
The main building has views of the Amboseli plains and the Kilimanjaro.
Meals are served in the pleasant dining room which has an indoor and outdoor area. In the evening appetizers and drinks are served around the camp fire. Picnic meals are prepared on request. The camp uses solar panels for electricity and has a back-up generator.
Departure first thing in the morning or afternoon. Guests can enjoy game drives in 4×4 vehicles which last 2 to 3 hours.
A SUNDOWNER IS A DRINK AND AN APPETIZER WHILST WATCHING THE SUNSET
Enjoy a sundowner before dinner watching the sun go down with spectacular views of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest mountain in Africa.
VISIT A MAASAI VILLAGE
Visit a traditional Maasai village at the end of the afternoon where it’s possible to learn the traditional ways of life of the Maasai tribe.
A DAY TREKKING IN KILIMAJARO NATIONAL PARK
A full day excursion. 3 to 4 hours trekking in Kilimanjaro National Park. The route passes through the Shira route at an altitude of approximately 3.000 to 3.200 metres. It’s necessary to wear warm clothing and footwear for walking.
Take a charter flight departing and arriving at West Kilimanjaro. At a height of more than 6.000 metres flyover Kilimanjaro and enjoy panoramic views of the crater and the glaciers on its summit.
For fans of running. Cross country routes on the plains of Amboseli accompanied by Maasai runners.
REMOTE AND WONDERFUL
Hh_drw, San Francisco, California.
“Of the four places we stayed on our recent Kenya/Tanzania trip, this was the collective favorite. Remote, peaceful, surrounded by wildlife, and the staff was incredible. Because of the remoteness, things like electronics charging only took place in the main area, but the tents were comfortable and clean, the solar hot water was excellent, and we enjoyed it immensely.”
LOCATION & SURROUNDINGS
This private concession borders with Kenya at Amboseli National Park. It offers spectacular scenery and views of the Kilimanjaro, Mount Meru and Ol Donyo Longido as well as the Amboseli plains. An excellent opportunity to see wildlife and interact with the Maasais. A unique cultural experience.
North charters companies flies to and from Kilimanjaro. There is also a possibility of chartering a plane to West Kilimanjaro airstrip at Hai, Tanzania.
- West Kilimanjaro : 50 minutos desde el campamento
- Aeropuerto Internacional de Kilimanjaro: 2 horas desde el campamento
The route takes approximately 2 hours, from Arusha.