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Tropic Air and Lattitude Adventures have partnered to establish Koros Camp, not only the furthest north high-end destination in Kenya but also a hub for community engagement. This unique collaboration provides guests with unparalleled access to Kenya's remote wilderness, while actively involving local communities in sustainable tourism efforts, contributing to their economic development and fostering a deeper connection between travellers and the region's natural beauty.


Koros Camp was re-launched in early 2023 having been completely redesigned and rebuilt, with low environmental impact, attention to capturing the breeze, and a unique construction with stylish interiors.

Koros Camp location in Marsabit Northern Kenya

Koros Camp is nestled within an acacia grove at the remote northern end of South Horr Valley, 45kms from the shores of Lake Turkana, on the western border of Marsabit County in northern Kenya.


Born and raised in Kenya, Amory and Karina have a wealth of experience in the bush, with both their families pioneering safaris in East Africa.

Sharing a passion for the outdoors, and with vast knowledge of local nature and customs, they have a particular skill in creating a combination of interest and simplistic comfort with camps and lodges in out-of-the-way destinations.

Amory founded Lattitude Adventures in 2013.  Lattitude offers innovative, lightweight safaris, taking people to special places in stunning locations in Northern Kenya. Guests can access beautiful, remote areas while enjoying exquisite cuisine and superb Kenyan hospitality.

Booking options.

Koros can now accommodate a maximum of 12 people in 6 newly built thatched cottages, with options for self-catering or fully catered, both on an exclusive use basis.

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