Kicheche Mara is my all time favorite African Safari Camp
Brian Jackman – Journalist UK
Kicheche Mara Camp is a classic tented camp hidden in a beautiful valley in a prime wildlife area of the Mara North Conservancy. The luxury tents are laid out alongside a seasonal stream from where you can observe the resident birdlife and plains game beyond.
The location is ideal as game viewing frequently starts in the camp itself and there is prime wildlife habitat on all sides providing an ideal base for your safari in the Masai Mara.
The family suite is a perfect new addition with two separate bedrooms (double & twin/triple) with ensuite bathrooms. The bedrooms are connected by a lounge furnished with a sofa and small table enabling private dining.
All guides are well experienced working with wildlife photographers and select optimal positions at sightings taking lighting and animal behavior into account.
While the whole ethos of Kicheche is based around a small camp sharing safari experiences, we understand that after a whole year of work and often stress back home, it is nice for families to enjoy their African Holiday retreat on their own sometimes.
The family suite is a perfect new addition to Kicheche Mara Camp, with two separate bedrooms (double & twin/triple) with ensuite bathrooms. The bedrooms are connected by a lounge furnished with a sofa and small table enabling private dining. You can combine Kicheche Laikipia and Kicheche Mara Camp in family suites for an exceptional family safari.
Quad tents are available at Kicheche Mara camp.
The long run
Kicheche Mara Camp is a proud member of The Long Run, one of the world’s largest sustainable development initiatives led by nature based businesses. The vision of the organization is of a world in which business, nature and people work harmoniously together for a sustainable future.
The members of The Long Run aim at excelling in the highest standards of sustainability via the 4Cs — Conservation, Community, Culture and Commerce. Together, the members conserve 21 million acres of land, touch the lives of 750,000 community members in 120 cultures in all parts of the world.