Kicheche Valley Camp
Kicheche Valley Camp is set in a secluded area along an acacia tree lined river in the 50,000 acre Naboisho Conservancy in the Masai Mara. Habitats range from acacia woodlands, savannah grassland plains, riverine acacia forest to rocky undulating hills, perfect for browsing and grazing herbivores and predators alike.
Accommodation & Facilities
Kicheche Valley Camp consists of just six spacious luxury tents, each with en-suite facilities including a flush loo and shower. The dining tent, with its comfortable local furnishings and informative collection of reference books and overlooking a natural spring, makes it a relaxing place to view the passing wildlife. Meals are taken al-fresco in a clearing overlooking the plains, or in the dining tent.
Wildlife & Activities
Day and night drives with Kicheche Valley Camp’s experienced guides in customised 4×4 vehicles allow guests to view the incredible wildlife for which the Masai Mara is renowned. Between July and October huge herds of wildebeest and zebra migrating from the adjoining Serengeti swell the substantial numbers of resident animals, creating one of the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles, and giving numerous opportunities to witness interaction between the prey species and plentiful predators such as crocodiles, lions, leopards and cheetahs. Walking safaris are also available, giving guests a close-up feel for the nature of the reserve.