Kicheche Valley is situated in the Naboisho Conservancy (a 50,000 acre area) that lies to the far east of the Mara/Serengeti eco system. This exclusive camp consists of just 6 luxury safari tents which lie amongst the trees and rocky outcrops and enjoy wonderful views of the game filled plains to the south.
Naboisho, which in Masai means 'coming together' is a community driven initiative to create a wildlife conservation and tourism area that supports the livelihoods of the landowners and surrounding communities.
The lodge is situated close to both the Enniskeria river region with it's stunning granite outcrops and home to a large hippo pod and crocodiles, and the vast plains to the north which hosts large numbers of plains game and contains a vital elephant corridor. Lion and leopard are frequently spotted, as are cheetah and even wild dog and rhino. The valleys to the west provide a scenic backdrop whilst out on game drives.
Naboisho is a bird watchers paradise, and several bird species rarely seen elsewhere in the Mara such as white headed buffalo weavers, northern white-crowned shrike, pygmy falcon, Von-der Deckens hornbills, bush pipits are commonly seen.
The camp is an intimate luxury bush camp, completely unfenced, accommodating 12 guests, all under canvas.
Each tent is spacious, and equipped with large beds, bedside tables, luggage racks, lounge sofa, desk and rugs.
Bathrooms are en-suite and are equipped with a dresser, shower, flushing toilet and running water.
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All meals; Conservancy fees; all drinks (except champagne, cellar wines and premium brand spirits); shared game drives on the Conservancy; airstrip transfers; and a laundry service are included. Additional day game drives into the Masai Mara National Reserve can be arranged (the Masai Mara National Reserve daily fee will be an additional per person cost).
Children aged 6 years and older are welcome. Rates available on request.
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