Dining: Safari-style group table, Full board
Safari: Game Drives, Game Walks, Night Drives, Local Village Visits, KPSGA Guides, Bush Meals, 4WD Vehicles
Facilities: Laundry, Library, Showers - 24hr hot water
Eco & Green: Eco-friendly, Solar Power, Community Development Projects
Nestled in indigenous forest overlooking a waterhole, Kicheche Laikipia Camp is in the centre of Ol Pejeta Conservancy. The camp is small and intimate, and offers quality game viewing and an authentic experience. There are 6 en-suite tents, made up of twins and doubles and 1 triple. Meals blend African and European dishes, and are fresh and homemade. Where possible, meat and vegetables are sourced locally from the surrounding farms. Breakfast and lunch are usually served alfresco and dinner in the dining tent.
The 90,000-acre Ol Pejeta Conservancy is home to Kenya’s largest population of black rhino, and rare northern species such as Grevy’s zebra and Beisa oryx. Activities include both day and night game drives, as well as game viewing on horseback. Interpretative game walks focus on identifying spoor and wildlife prints. Guests are also welcome to participate in the lion tracking programme which monitors the lions of the area.
From here it is possible to visit Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary, the only place to see these endangered and highly intelligent animals in Kenya. Visits to Morani Information Centre and rhino holding pens can be arranged. The camp is closed during the rains in April and May.
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