Satao Elerai Camp

Satao Elerai Camp is set in a stunning 5000 acre private concession and offers dramatic views of Mount Kilimanjaro - Africa's highest peak. Situated just south east of Amboseli National Park, embark on an exhilarating exploration of the area and discover the vast elephant herds for which Amboseli is famous.

Game drive with elephants in front of Mount Kilimanjaro Tent View from the swimming pool
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With a lookout towards Kilimanjaro there are a number of luxury tents, all of which offer a comfortable base from which to explore. For greater exclusivity the lodge style suites are the perfect choice, with large sliding doors and a charming veranda area. Both accommodation options are en-suite, although lodge style suites feature baths as well as showers.

Activities from Satao are quite diverse and very exciting - the night game drives are particularly noteworthy as they show a completely different side to the surrounding wilderness. There are also standard game drives and guided walks to enjoy, along with a trip to visit the Elerai Masai community. After a hard day exploring retiring to a delicious a la carte dinner is well received. Locally sourced produce and plenty of cookery skill are employed to ensure meals are especially tasty.

Getting There

A flight from Nairobi into Amboseli National Park followed by a transfer to camp.


Day and night game drives, guided walks and visits to the local community.

Read what our previous clients thought of Satao Elerai Camp

Review of Satao Elerai Camp

Jane & Lyn Thomas

The camp facilities are great, the food, the staff, the comfort and especially the water hole provided us with everything we needed. Unfortunately the vehicles are most uncomfortable and really not great on the awful roads and caused me allot of back pain. We realised it was the vehicles, when we got stuck in mud and had to transfer to a vehicle from a different camp. It was a much…

16/10/2018 Read full trip review

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