Food and Wine

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The very essence of the dining experience at Finch Hattons is captured beautifully by Virginia Woolf’s quote “One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well”; The camp’s world famous cuisine is prepared by a team of passionate chefs whose attention to detail is award-worthy. Your dining experience is second to none with fabulous seven course dinners paired with the finest wines and served on fine china and cut crystal against a backdrop of soothing classical music.

Fine Dining

Enjoy a 3 to 7 course dinner served on fine china and silverware, paired with a selection of fine wines to please your palette.

Other Dining Locations

Our al fresco lunches and candlelit dinners in the multiple dining locations are a culinary experience, from a bush breakfast laid out on the plains to an elegant dinner served under the magical African sky.

Wines

Our extensive wine list features a selection of hand-picked fine wines. From an elegant red to a soft white, you will find the perfect wine to suit your taste.

Bars and Lounges

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Enjoy a pre-dinner cocktail or nightcap at one of our comfortable and relaxing bars and lounges.

Cigar Lounge

Specially designed for cigar lovers, our cigar lounge has a luxurious selection of premium cigars to please both the cigar connoisseur and novice.

Star Gazing Terrace

Identify and explore different elements of the spectacular African sky, or simply laze and lose yourself into the magic of the Tsavo.

Karen Blixen Lounge

Relax in this luxurious lounge with opulent decor and reminisce the times of a bygone era.

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Social Media

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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

📷 Lincoln Harris
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