The original Ol Tukai Lodge was established for the film team that produced the film “The Snows of Kilimanjaro” in 1948. 1996 the lodge reopened after going through substantial restructuring and renovation. It is located in the heart of Amboseli Nationalpark and provides a stunning view of Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free standing mountain in Africa.

The main house is accessible via a wooden boardwalk. Just like the cottages, the main house is built exclusively from natural stones and wood. Guest amenities include a shady pool, pool bar, sun beds, a library, a souvenir shop and several restaurants and bars. Many of the 80 rooms grant anamazing view of Mount Kilimanjaro during morning hours. Masai dancers cater for evening entertainment.