Masai Mara... Africa's Eden
What is left to say about Africa’s most incredibly fertile wildlife habitat? Not only do our guests witness the most astonishing wildlife displays they also benefit from the following;
laikipia - Rhino heaven
Ol Pejeta Conservancy – East Africa’s largest Black Rhino sanctuary.
90,000 acres of wildlife including Northern range species such as Reticulated Giraffe, Oryx, and Jackson’s Hartebeest
Extensive range of outdoor and wildlife conservation activities available here
Welcome to our luxury bush sanctuaries where all your senses will be immersed in the sounds and smells of the African Savannah. All our camps have;
itineraries & special offers
what our clients say
We have visited national parks and conservancies in South Africa, Botswana, Zimbabwe and Kenya, probably 15 in all and this has been the best safari experience ever in terms of animals seen over a 2 day period, the variety of species…all except rhino for the big five for our granddaughter to see on her first trip to Africa.
Jill & Stuart - Australia.
Kicheche Bush camp was very well placed in a good conservancy which enabled us to have the most brilliant sightings of animals. In one morning we saw a pride of lions with cubs eating a fresh kill, we watched a leopard and her cub for about 2 hours, and we saw 6 cheetahs - we could not have wished for more! We also saw the wildebeest crossing which was lucky.
Rochussen Family - UK
We’ve seen more wildlife here in Mara North Conservancy than all our other trips to Africa combined, with many Ȑnew Surprisesȑ also.
Maggie & Ron