Campi ya Kanzi
Campi ya Kanzi (Swahili for "Camp of the Hidden Treasure") is a luxury eco-tourism safari camp located in the Chyulu Hills of southeast Kenya near Tsavo West National Park. The camp offers private, professionally guided safaris and a unique experience unlike any other available in East Africa, complete with breathtaking landscapes, abundant wildlife, and authentic immersion in Maasai culture. The six luxury tented cottages and two luxury tented suites provide supreme comfort year-round for up to sixteen guests, and the private Kanzi House can be booked in exclusivity to accommodate up to eight. The camp is near national parks but not in them, so guests can enjoy all the wildlife of the parks without any of the restrictions. In addition to hiking and traditional game drives, guests can also ride horses, go mountain biking, and take scenic airplane flights.
Accommodation options at Campi ya Kanzi
Luxury Tented CottagegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage4
The classic safari experience under canvas. Enjoy the luxury of a comfortable bed, a full en-suite bathroom, and a gorgeous view from your private veranda. Make…
from $ 1100 / Per person per night sharing
$326 RESIDENT RATEenquire
Hemingway & Simba SuitegroupMin 1 guest - max guestscottage2
For the ultimate in safari comfort, try one of our two tented suites. More spacious than our tented cottages, each suite features a large bed, an expansive en-s…
from $ 1400 / Per person per night sharing
$1200 RESIDENT RATEenquire
How to get there
Campi ya Kanzi
Camp ya Kanzi
Check in at Campi ya Kanzi
14:00 on day of arrival
Check out at Campi ya Kanzi
10:00 on day of departure
$326.00 SADC resident
I will be back!
Thank you so much for this experience. This was really experiencing Africa in its true form and ill always be grateful. I cannot to wait to come back.
Campi ya Kanzi impact highlights
Campi ya Kanzi is a long-time leader in the eco-tourism sector and have won many awards, including the Tourism for Tomorrow Award, the Eco-Warrior Award, and the Condènast World Savers Award. We were the first lodge to receive a Gold Eco-Rating from Ecotourism Kenya, and we were recently accredited as a Global Ecosphere Retreat. They promote responsible tourism and gives back to the local community. They employ seventy Kenyans, and our business supports our sister non-profit, the Maasai Wilderness Conservation Trust, which provides conservation, education, and health services across Kuku Group Ranch. We also provide a model for sustainable operations through rainwater collection, solar electricity, solar heating, graywater and blackwater recycling, and much more.