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Porini Lion is one of my favourite camps in Africa. The location is fantastic - it is situated in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy where there is a high density of big cats and wildlife. Furthermore, it being in a private conservancy means there is very...More
Within 10 mins of flying into camp I had seen more diversity of wildlife than on any other safari trip including 4 of the big 5 thanks to our truly incredible Masai guides. Although I was travelling alone, the small camps and the wonderful welcome...More
if you are a wildlife buff like me then this is the place to be ! the game viewing is out of this world , the accomodation is great and the food superb. the staff are excellent and a game drive in this conservancy will...More
We stayed only two nights, but our guides asked what we wished to see and made sure we saw many lions, leopards, and cheetahs. Also saw so many other animals that I couldn't list them The guides took us out from sunrise to sunset, with...More
March2015, My family and I went to the Poroni Camp for two nights. The tents were clean and had everything needed for tented accommodation. The staff were extremely helpful. Food is the only thing I would say was not great. Overall experience was incredible. We...More
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there are no fences and you would want to be with your children at all times. The night can be magical listening to an elephant pulling branches off a tree nearby, but for a child I cannot imagine how they would react.
As above - yes to the shower, pretty much whenever you want. But no to the hairdryer. On my first trip I wondered if I could cope without one, but honestly you just do! I'm heading back soon and it wont bother me in the... More
As above - yes to the shower, pretty much whenever you want. But no to the hairdryer. On my first trip I wondered if I could cope without one, but honestly you just do! I'm heading back soon and it wont bother me in the slightest. (and I'm a bit of a princess...)
I went in June 2015 and spent 2 weeks in the Mara - 1 week at each of Porini Mara Camp and Porini Lion Camp. In the Mara Camp there were lots of wildebeest and were part of the 'domestic' migration - these meet up with the... More
I went in June 2015 and spent 2 weeks in the Mara - 1 week at each of Porini Mara Camp and Porini Lion Camp. In the Mara Camp there were lots of wildebeest and were part of the 'domestic' migration - these meet up with the herds coming in from the Serengeti. Whilst at Lion Camp we received the word (bush telegraph) that they were starting to cross the Sand River (the border between Tanzania and Kenya) so we went there the following day - the sight was amazing, albeit mainly on the opposite side, the herds must have numbered in the 1000s and the noise they made was awesome!
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"We were in room 10 which is on the edge of the camp. We were surrounded by hippos and lions some nights."