This camp is set on the Eastern side of the 50,000 acre Olare Orok conservancy in a beautiful secluded valley with Acacia trees. The tents lie amongst the trees and rocky outcrops and enjoy wonderful views of the game filled plains to the south. The valleys to the west are stunning for game driving and particularly walking.
The six luxurious tents, built in a unique style incorporating high eco-standards, are set on platforms. These fully insect-proof style tents are equipped with large beds, quality linen, bedside tables, desk, sofa, luggage racks and rugs. Bathrooms are en-suite and are equipped with a dresser, shower and flushing toilet, fixed shower and hot and cold and running water. The camp is run entirely on solar energy.
Children are welcome at this property but parents must be aware that the camp is not fenced and no additional facilities are available to occupy them outside our normal excursions. No baby equipment is provided.
All meals and drinks are inclusive in your stay and taken in the spacious lounge/dining tent. The cuisine is Western/European with occasional African dishes and hygiene standards are high. Our large and spacious lounge tent overlooks a natural spring, with its comfortable local furnishings and informative collection of reference books, it makes a delightful place to relax between game drives or other activities.
Guests begin their day with tea, coffee or hot chocolate & biscuits brought to their tent. An early morning game drive sets off at sunrise and returns to the camp late morning. Breakfast is then served outside in the morning sunlight. Lunch is also served al-fresco in the shade of an olive tree. During the heat of the day, relax and appreciate the silence as you enjoy a book form their collection.
An afternoon game drive departs around 16h00 after tea and returns after sundowners. Freshen up before joining other guests around the campfire for a pre-dinner drink.
Dinner is served by candlelight al-fresco or in the dining tent. Take a nightcap by the fire before retiring. Picnic breakfasts, lunches and sundowner drinks are popular options to include on game drives.
Game drives are available throughout the area and night game drives are also possible. Game drives are shared with other guests though exclusive use of a vehicle is available at an extra charge. The guides at camp will take you on a walk where you can spot an animal in the wild and learn about the vegetation. Guests can also visit one of the local Maasai villages to see first-hand their way of life. Kicheche camp also offer fly camping - escorted walking safaris with overnight stays in a fly-camp in the bush led by a senior guides and an armed ranger.