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About Porini Lion Camp

About Porini Lion Camp

Porini Lion Camp is situated along the banks of the Ntiakatiak River, with permanent hippo pools nearby. Located within the Olare Orok Conservancy, the Mara Reserve is a short drive away; Porini Lion Camp is well-located for some of the key big cat areas, and an ideal base from which to experience the wildebeest migration, when in season.

Accommodating up to 20 guests in luxury, en-suite tents - this intimate camp serves excellent home-baked food, with picnic lunches and sundowners being all part of the experience. 

Lodge Details


A luxury camp with an intimate feel.


Porini Lion Camp is situated within the Olare Orok Conservancy, along the banks of the Ntiakatiak River - a seasonal river with permanent hippo pools near the camp. Olare Orok Conservancy is just a short drive from the Mara Reserve, with good prospects of seeing lion, cheetah and leopard. The camp is also well-situated to experience the million strong wildebeest migration.

Accommodation & Facilities

Porini Lion Camp has just ten luxury guest tents, giving an intimate feel and a real ‘in the bush’ experience. Each spacious tent has an en-suite bathroom with flush toilet and hot shower. Private verandas run along the length of each tent, providing a secluded area for guests to relax and enjoy the beauty of this African wilderness.


The food is excellent, with freshly baked bread and high quality meals prepared each day by the camp Chef.


Morning, evening and night-time games drives operate in custom designed open-sided 4x4 safari vehicles, with sundowners enjoyed at scenic viewing points. A full day’s game drive can be taken in and the Mara Reserve along with a picnic lunch included.

Bird-watching excursions are also on offer, as well as escorted wildlife and cultural walks with Masai guides, who teach about their relationship with the natural surroundings.

Child Policy

Children over 8 years are welcome.

Responsible Tourism

The aim of Porini camps is to assist local communities in utilising the land and wildlife as a resource; communities receiving economic benefits, such as income and employment opportunities, in return for conserving the wildlife and natural habitat.

Porini Lion Camp is closed between April and May

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