Kicheche Bush Telegraph

Taken by Storm

Anyone wanting to see Kenya at its fertile best should come soon. The grass is a rich fecund green. The plains bursting with game that are either pregnant or dropping (or at least half of them are). The mud-rallying game drives are a thing of the past.

The Long game

Kicheche's New Year message is all about longevity: guests wanting to stay longer, new offers, lengthy staff tenures and Eco awards retained. Oh and a bit of canvas chatter.

Safaris with Sustenance

Sustainable safaris are more important than ever, they ensure a long-term positive impact in our wildlife environment. Passion for conserving these ecosystems secures habitat for wildlife in Kenya and the future of the communities upon whose land they reside. Our sustainable model and practices minimise any negative environmental impacts, focusing on maximizing positive impact on the environment, community and conservation.

Conservancy Guardians: We Salute You!

Dear Conservancy Guardian, Our heartfelt gratitude goes out to you for the support and generosity in the Kicheche Conservancy Guardian appeal. The campaign, launched on 15th May 2020, raised a total of $136, 730 and to you we are truly indebted. Here is a summary of the funds received and the work it enabled...

Safari safely.

'We are sitting here at Bush Camp and relaxing as per instruction until lunch! So glad to be back and to be recognised. Great camp, blessed to be here, this whole situation infuriates us.' Tuesday 22 September 11:17a.m D.K United Kingdom.

Down to Earth

Difficult times. For everyone. However, this has not stopped hundreds of you communicating your best wishes, concern and indeed love for your favourite camps in Africa.

Greens Shoot

Very few things taste better than freshly harvested organic vegetables and herbs, which is why Kicheche grow them, delivering them onto plates moments after picking.

Winging It

Whether you're a novice bird watcher or a committed ornithologist, the 1000+ bird species in Kenya will never short-change. Kicheche’s guides in the Mara have now reached a species-count of close to 400.

What a Mess….

Bush Camp is about meticulous simplicity. Significant yet discreet creature comforts do not interfere with our prolific neighbors. There are no fences, but we do have a new smart stone platform inside our revamped convivial mess tent.