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Tortilis Camp Providing Ultimate Vacationing Experience at Amboseli Park

Kenya is a major hub for wildlife tourism across the entire continent of Africa. Though, apart from it the country has a widespread reputation as a significant commercial hub across the region. There are as many popular wildlife reserves in the country as one can imagine. Some of the popular ones in this context include Kora National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Marsabit National Park, Meru National Park, Masai Mara National Reserve, Mwaluganje elephant sanctuary, Mwea National Reserve, Samburu National Reserve and Shimba Hills National Reserve, etc. These apart, there are several exclusive marine reserves as well, which include Kisite-Mpunguti Marine National Park, Malindi/Watamu Parks and Reserves, Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Mpunguti Marine National Reserve and Tana Delta Reserve, etc.


Each of these wildlife reserves is home to a large species of exotic wild beasts and birds. Out of all these impressive options, the Amboseli National Park deserves being especially mentioned. This park scatters across a stunning 3,810 sq km area and is located in the Kajiado District in southern part of the country. The base of the Mt Kilimanjaro is rooted almost at the centre of this great park and this provides an awesome beauty to the region. This is because the snow-capped peaks can be viewed from almost anywhere in the park. The popular wildlife reserve has got its name from the natural water body, Lake Amboseli and is home to as many as over 50 species of mammals and 400 species of birds!


Tourists from all possible corners of the globe flock to this park round the year. In order to provide these guests with proper accommodation and eating facilities a number of commercial establishments have come up inside the reserve forest. The Tortilis camp is one of the most prominent options in this context. The camp is located almost in the middle of the park, at the foothill of the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro. There are 17 spacious tents, each raised on a wooden podium and having thatched roof overhead. Each of the tents has a large veranda, along with an attached dressing room and bathroom with flushed toilets and pressurized hot showers. These tents are moreover well spaced out to ensure optimum privacy for each touring party.

The restaurant provides a host of unbelievably tasty dishes that are bound to provide the ultimate gastronomic satisfaction of every guest. They have their own vegetable garden here and fresh vegetables and salads that are served on each meal, come directly from this organic farm. Tortilis camp in Amboseli is famous for serving some excellent Italian cuisine. One can avail the service of local experts and set on a guided trail within the park. As such, wildlife safari and wildlife photography are most common for tourists coming here. Baby-sitting facility is also available here, in exchange of a small fee, on request. The camp management also shoulders social responsibility and a part of the proceedings go to a local school in the region. Attendants working here extend ample warmth and friendliness and yet maintain a certain distance with every guest to ensure optimum privacy to tourists. This camp is ideal vacationing destination for both couples and families.

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