The granite above Kicheche Mara Camp is my favourite place on earth. I can see for miles, there are animals aplenty and most importantly it means I am ‘home’. D.T. Shropshire, UK
Currently, we are stalled at a red light. Thank you for the fertile acres of frustrated prose you have sent to us supporting Kicheche and the Conservancies, particularly pertinent today on Earth Day. The pain we feel is clearly reciprocated. Right now a distraction is called for judging by your yearning messages. Please send us your best Kicheche image (s) which says ‘TAKE ME THERE’. It MUST contain a person or vehicle and it must scream take me there … right now … this minute.
Here are some teasers for you to get you in the mood. You have until Monday 17th May 2021 to mine your rich seam of Kicheche memories to provide that uncut gem.
Please send it as a small jpeg attachment (no more than 1MB unwatermarked please, but you will be tagged if we use it/them) to firstname.lastname@example.org by email. Title box: ‘Take me there’. Please tell us which camp and your guide.
The winner will receive sole use of one of our new photographic vehicles for seven days on the next safari they book. This is open to anyone who has stayed at Kicheche in the last 21 years and indeed to guides too, but they can’t win, as they will be driving this adapted Toyota!
This is the best we have for you right now. It would be easy to be Demoralised. We don’t do that: we are Determined, Diligent and Dynamic, but …. just for now permit me to omit the letter D from Mr Ocean’s heartbreaking 70’s epic: ‘Red light spells anger.’
Thanks for staying the course.