Sinya private conservancy is a 600 sq km bordering Kenya at Amboseli national park. The conservancy offers spectacular views of Kilimanjaro, Mt Meru, Ol donyo Longido and Ol donyo Orok. The conservancy has a lot of diversity. This include wildlife, landscapes and cultural experiences.
The area of Sinya private conservancy is home to some of the largest elephants in east Africa. The large bulls are over 50 years old. They have considerably long tusks. The families consist of mothers and calves. They migrate between Amboseli in Kenya and to the forests at the foothills of Kilimanjaro. Sinya private conservancy is home to other herbivores. They include Zebra, wildebeests, gazelles, Maasai giraffe, kudu and Gerenuk. Carnivores are also run. However they are rare . They include striped hyena, lions and leopard. Sinya is also diverse in birdlife.
Diverse local community ceremonies are held. They can be attended if they coincide with your visits. Maasai are welcoming and interact a lot. Market day is also a hive of activity. Local communities come together to trade on such days.
There are no roads in Sinya private conservancy. This gives you a first hand wild experience. Activities include game drives, tracking wildlife with the Maasai, cultural experiences and bird watching.
There is only one accommodation in this area. Kambi ya tembo luxury tented camp. It consists of 14 tents each with a private en suite bathroom. The name of the tented camp is derived from the fact that this area has a lot of elephants. This animals move in and out of the Amboseli. The sundecks have been made in a special way. You can watch as the wild elephants pass by in search of water and pasture.