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I spent 3 nights here in November 2014, after having stayed at two other Porini camps in other areas. I was traveling solo and always felt safe and well taken care of. As far as I could see, Porini is the only company where you...More
I stayed with some friends at the Porini Lion Camp in November 2014. I have been at other camps in the Masai Mara and always enjoyed it, but the Safari experience here was incredible. We literally stopped counting lions and cubs once we hit 50....More
My wife, and I, spent five nights of Thanksgiving week at the Porini Lion camp. This was our first trip to Africa and it was one of our best holiday experiences - ever. We found everything about our stay exceeded expectations. The outdoor experience coupled...More
We stayed at Porini Lion Camp when we had a group of American friends visiting for Thanksgiving. It was truly amazing. From the location (right by the river, in the midst of all the animals) to the friendly staff and guides, to the fancy "roughing...More
My friends and I had a wonderful 4 days at Porini Lion Camp. Our guides and generally the service was fantastic! Everyone was both very friendly and knowledgeable. I have done three other safaris previously, and this was the one where I saw the most...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."