Rich in the history of luxury Kenyan safaris, the camp was founded in 1993 by Peter Frank and the Gehlot family. Peter Frank, a renowned hotelier, inspired by Denys Finch Hattons safaris for Royalty at the turn of the century in Tsavo itself, then created the concept behind of Finch Hattons Luxury Tented Camp. A dedication to elegance and style with a passion for the African wild.
A labour of love for two families, it set the standard in luxury tented camps in the early 90's and the name quickly became synonymous with outstanding hospitality. It stands as the firm favourite for many guests both local and international.
A renowned brand for 25 years, the camp was rebuilt from 2013 to 2015 using the same principles of excellence and a passion for the African wilderness, setting once again a new standard for luxury in tented safari camps. Finch Hattons was named Best New Safari Camp by Architectural Digest in 2015 and voted as Africa's leading tented camp in 2016 and 2017.
The Finch Hattons team takes pride in an unparalleled luxury safari experience for multi-generational travel together with tailor made experiences for our guests.
At Finch Hattons we firmly believe that we did not inherit the Earth from our ancestors, we borrow it from our children. Preserving nature is in everything that we do. Reconnect and refocus on what matters in an environment that is in total harmony with nature.
In Room Facilities:
Each tent has a lavish en-suite bathroom complete with 2 outdoor showers, an indoor shower, a free standing copper bath tub and Africology luxury body products. Additional features include a pillow menu, a maxi bar with home made snacks, complimentary wi-fi and a ceiling fan.
Tsavo is Kenya's oldest and largest national park totalling 20,333 sq km. Due to its sheer enormity, the park is made up of diverse landscapes; from dense forests and semi-arid scrub to volcanic lava fields and Jurassic age granite monoliths.
The camp boasts several state of the art facilities including a spa and wellness centre, a hammam, outdoor dining pavilion, an indoor fine dining restaurant, a cigar bar, wine cellar, two infinity pools, a 12m high observation deck, a star gazing terrace, a young explorers club and resource centre.
In addition to the vast spaces and unique landscapes, Tsavo is home to a wide variety of wildlife species including the largest species of red elephants in East Africa, a resident herd of over 12,000 buffalos, bushbucks, elands, giraffes, hartebeest, impala, leopard, lions, cheetah, oryx, wildebeests and many more.