The Finch Family


Jonathan Mutisya – Camp Manager

Jonathan is building himself a reputation as a pioneer of the camp as much as perhaps Denys Finch Hatton himself! Jonathan has overseen over two decades at the camp, from the humble beginnings of helping build the camp itself in 1992 to the position of Camp Manager presently. Passionate and knowledgeable of the native flora & fauna, the surrounding eco-systems and the great African wilderness, Jonathan looks forward to making your visit as special as the place he calls home – the Tsavo.

Gideon Saruni - safari guide

Gideon Saruni – Safari Guide

A native Kenyan Masai, Saruni through his upbringing as a naturalist Moran, deep knowledge of the Tsavo, and familiarity with wildlife makes an extremely insightful safari guide. Coming from the nearby Masai community, he is an integral part of the Finch Hattons family. Saruni will guide you through the untamed and uncrowded Tsavo wilderness, sharing with you his tales and experiences during your stay.

Kennedy Karembu – Executive Chef

No safari is complete without experiencing a culinary feast, and at Finch Hattons we have built a legendary reputation for serving culinary delights to match the tastes of sophisticated food connoisseurs the world over. Executive Chef Kennedy Karembu describes his style of cooking as soul, simply because he cooks from his heart. His cooking philosophy is based on a farm-to-table concept where he uses fresh local ingredients infused with a variety of flavour profiles to create memorable dishes. Kennedy gets fulfillment from interacting with his diners and seeing them leave the restaurant satisfied and longing for the next visit. His mantra – A chef is an artist, and a plate his canvas.


Executive Chef Ken

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"A Sundowner is a magical almost required experience when you go on Safari. The folks at Finch Hattons Luxury Camp make an art form out of it. Crystal glasses, chilled delights and wonderful snacks all served while watching the Sun descend behind Kilimanjaro is more than magical - it's mystical.
The drive to this perfect spot took us through the Chyulu Hills, a forest densely canopied and cool, resplendent with shade and chirping birds. It was our third National Park in Kenya in under a week - going from the open expanses of Tsavo West to Chyulu and then out to this overlook of Kilimanjaro is surely a way to spoil the senses but I wouldn't have traded it for anything.
The best part was it was enjoyed with great friends, some old and some new. " Lincoln Harris

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