- Children Friendly
- Private Plunge Pool
- Private Deck
- Big Five
FROM: R 15252 | USD $ 800 | GBP £ 632 | AUS $ 1,224 PPPN Sharing
The accommodation is comprised of 6 luxurious custom-designed tents which have ensuite bathrooms and cosy interiors. The tents are comfortably appointed, boasting an intimate atmosphere and decorated in warm earthy tones with natural textures and exquisite views of the Kenyan wilderness.
This location offers guests numerous game viewing opportunities, including day and night game drives, guided game walks, cycling, canoeing, birdwatching, lion tracking, horse riding or visiting the Endangered Species Enclosure. In addition to the northern white rhino – the last three remaining in the world, it is home to a number of endangered species including Jackson’s hartebeest and Grevy’s zebra.
Top-Notch Cuisine and Kenyan Hospitality
Mouthwatering Kenyan and international dishes are created from local fresh ingredients and served onsite at the dining tent or under the African stars. An outstanding camp and field guiding team will expertly take care of your every need during your stay.
When To Go
What We Love
This intimate camp offers a very private and rewarding wilderness experience for guests. Not only is this East Africa’s largest black rhino sanctuary, but there is also a myriad of other wildlife to be seen including elephant, cheetah, lion, wild dog and abundant plains game. More intrepid guests can arrange an overnight stay in a mobile campsite escorted by a Kicheche guide.
- Winner of the 'Best Value Safari Property in Kenya Award' in 2014.
- Gold Eco Rated Facility, Eco Tourism, Kenya.
- Winner of the Eco-warrior Award 2014, Green Tourism Champion in resource use efficiency.
- Certificate of excellence, Trip Advisor.
Where To Find Kicheche Laikipia Camp
Located just 30 minutes drive from the Nanyuki airstrip, Kicheche Laikipia Camp rests at the centre of the pristine Ol Pejeta Conservancy on the outskirts of Nanyuki town in Laikipia, Kenya. The conservancy lies on the equator and affords spectacular views of Mount Kenya. This idyllic location offers visitors a variety of once-in-a-lifetime experiences, including horse riding safaris in the endangered species enclosure, tree-top canopy tours, guided walks, and bird watching in the beautiful Ngare Ndare Forest just outside Ol Pejeta Conservancy. Don’t miss the chance to enjoy an educational and unique opportunity of viewing chimpanzees at the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary – this sanctuary is the only place to see them in Kenya.
Coordinates: -24.939838, 31.525770
Wildlife At Kicheche Laikipia Camp