The exclusivity of the camp is amplified by its location in the conservancy area, meaning that game sightings are uninterrupted by other vehicles. Porini’s vehicles are also permitted to drive off-road, which makes tracking game even more rewarding and authentic. Animals in this area include a huge number of elephants, giraffe, lion, cheetah, leopard jackal and numerous antelope sub-species.
Porini’s reputation for friendly, efficient service and personable, experienced guides are well deserved.
Torilis Camp’s 9 tents are spacious, comfortable and reflect the traditional mobile camps of colonial safaris. Each tent is solar powered, and their en-suite bathrooms have bucket showers, wash basins and flush toilets. Despite the tents’ close proximity to the surrounding wilderness, they are remarkably cozy with good beds and outdoor sitting areas that feature excellent bush views.
Enjoy excellent dinners beneath the acacia trees, while looking out for the prolific game in the area, especially elephants.
This is a true wilderness escape, as the camp features minimal facilities. It’s all about the wildlife at Torilis Camp.
Each day begins with a cup of tea or coffee delivered to your tent and a sunrise breakfast before departing on game drives. Daily game drives are the highlight of staying in this area, and night drives and guided walks round out the incredible wildlife experience. A full day safari in nearby Amboseli National Park is also on offer, and these include a great packed lunch to enjoy while spotting game.
Don’t miss the privilege of a cultural tour to the local Maasai village, where locals greet guests warmly and treat them to demonstrations of spear throwing and warrior jumping. Keen birders will enjoy birding safaris, and guests can even enjoy picnics in the conservancy.