Amboseli National Park fees 2022 are the fares levied and supposed to be paid by any person visiting Amboseli National Park. Amboseli national Park, formerly known as the Maasai Amboseli Game Reserve, is one of the most beautiful and sought after Kenya safari destinations that travellers from all over the world visit for amazing Kenya safari experiences. Amboseli national Park is located in Kajiado County, Kajiado South Constituency in Loitoktok District, in the Rift Valley Province.

The park  is a home of large herds of elephants, with the scenic backdrop of the snow capped Kilimanjaro Mountain which gives a beautiful scenic backdrop to huge tusk and large herds of elephants. Amboseli National Park is managed and protected by the Kenya Wildlife Services, which is also responsible for the fees levied to run the park. The Kenya Wildlife Services has recently updated the Amboseli National Park fees 2022 to 2023. These are valid from July 2022 to December 2023. Below are the various Amboseli national Park fees 2022;

Amboseli National Park Fees 2022
Mount Kilimanjaro

Amboseli National Park entrance fees 2022/2023

Category Fees (Kshs/USD)
  Adult Child/Student
Citizens/East African Citizens 800Kshs 215Kshs
Resident 800Kshs 215Kshs
Non-Resident 70USD 20USD

Note: The entrance fees 2022/2023 are paid per person per day.

Amboseli National Park Camping fees 2022/2023

  1. Special Campsites
  • Adult Foreign non-residents pay 50USD, while children of foreign non-resident status pay 25USD, per person per day.
  • Adult nationals or residents pay 500Kshs, while children or students pay 250Kshs, per person per day.
  1. Public Campsites
  • Adult foreign non-residents pay 30USD, while children of foreign non-resident status pay 25USD, per person per day.
  • Adult nationals or foreign residents/expatriates pay 250Kshs, and children pay 200Kshs per person per day.

Amboseli National Park fees 2022/2023 are categorised basing on the status of visitors. Amboseli national Park fees are categorised also basing on ages, with children and adults paying different fees.


Students are those persons from a recognised education institution including primary schools, secondary schools, government or even private colleges or universities. Students are persons aged below the age of 23, visiting the  Park for conservation purposes.


Children are persons who are aged between 3 years to 18 years.


Citizens are persons who are Kenyan nationals, as well as citizens of East African Community countries, including Uganda, Tanzania, Rwanda, Burundi, South Sudan and the recently joined Democratic Republic of the Congo.


Residents, also known as expatriates, are foreigners living or working in Kenya, or any of the East African Community countries. Residents must have their documentation, including work permits up to date and valid for not less than 6 months.

Foreign non-residents

Foreign non-residents are travellers of foreign descent, residing from countries Kenya and the East African Community.

Amboseli National Park fees 2022/2023 are also categorised according to age. Adults, are persons aged 18 years and above, while children are persons aged 3 to 18 years. Persons below the age of 3 are considered infants and thus exempted from paying.

Mode of Payment

Amboseli national Park fees 2022 can be paid using cashless, with Mpesa, Visa Cards, MasterCard, or direct deposits to Kenya Wildlife Services bank accounts.

Amboseli National Park Fees 2022
Game drives 

The Park is one of the most scenic Kenya national parks which travelers can visit for amazing photography safaris. Amboseli National Park is one of the best places in the world to enjoy guided walking safaris. Walking safaris bring you up close with nature, seeing wild animals at a much closer ranger, whilst enjoying the breath taking views of the Kilimanjaro Mountain. Sighting the giant African elephants with their huge tusks against the backdrop of the Kilimanjaro Mountain is one of the most beautiful scenes you shall ever see.

You can enjoy Amboseli national Park safaris all throughout the year, on short or long enough Kenya safaris. You can explore Amboseli national Park in a 2 Days Amboseli National Park safari. You can also combine an Amboseli National Park safari with a Masai Mara National Reserve safari, Tsavo National Park, or even the Mombasa coast for a beach safari in Kenya.

Get in touch with a reputable tour operator to help you create a memorable Krnya safari, all throughout the year.

book a safari