FINCH HATTONS

Hatton (lover of Baroness Karen Von Blixen) called home, as depicted in the classic movie “Out of Africa”. Combined together, a visit to the park with its dramatic scenery, sense of space, diverse habitat and rich history makes for an evocative experience for anyone, connecting man and nature in splendid manner. Attractions in the area include: One of the largest populations of Red Elephants in East Africa, with a resident herd of over 12,000 elephants Diverse variety of wildlife featuring Buffalos, Bushbuck, Elands, Giraffes, Hartebeest, Impala, Leopards, Lions, Oryx, Wildebeest and many more Over 500 bird species habitat to the area, making the Tsavo a bird spotters paradise Remnants of volcanic flows and caves from the areas volcanic past, offering the chance for hiking and cave exploration for the adventurous Mzima springs, an oasis created by a gushing supply of fresh water featuring a unique underwater observatory to give an unparalleled view of life under the surface

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FINCH HATTONS

Accommodation
The camp accommodates up to 60 people in spacious safari "tents" attractively constructed in light beige canvas with large "windows", wooden flooring and a permanent thatched roof. All have en-suite bathrooms, large mirrors, WC, hot and cold running water and showers and are equipped with a fully stocked mini bar, shaver outlets for 110v and 200v and hairdryers.
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