Each tent is spacious, fully insect-proof and equipped with bedside tables, luggage racks, lounge chairs, desks, and rugs. Bathrooms are en-suite and are equipped with a dresser, shower, flushing toilet and running water.
The on-site restaurant offers local and international dishes which can be enjoyed outdoors. Guests enjoy wildlife watching, drives and nature walk while lodging at the camp. The camp also features a campfire at night close to the tents. Under the stars dining or communal dining with your host in the restaurant, the choice is yours. From the coconut and coastal spices to the Maasai beef, Kicheche Valley’s kitchen is a feast for the senses.
Travel outside Ol Pejeta Conservancy into the stunning Lolldaiga Hills offering excellent walking terrain. 49,000 acres of wilderness from cedar forests to open grasslands and valleys, outstanding views, 104 mammals, 385 bird species. You will be escorted by a Kicheche guide and overnight in a mobile campsite. Back the following day for lunch at Kicheche Laikipia.
Our highly rated guides and the strict controls on bed and vehicle numbers in this community-driven conservation area ensure a high-quality wilderness experience all year round. Our guides not only have the most up to date knowledge on where to locate fauna, but they are also used to their habits and behavior.
Laundry/dry cleaning services are offered on-site. Guests can also enjoy massage in our Spa. The premises are guarded round the clock and also offers on-site parking.
The camp is within the Naboisho Conservancy. Naboisho, which means coming together in Masai language, is a successful community venture to preserve the land and its wildlife through tourism revenues., a ten-minute drive from Ol Seki Airstrip.
From 12:00 hours
By 11:00 hours
Babies and Kids Stay Free
Max Age: 12