Kicheche Laikipia

Kicheche Laikipia is a very comfortable and intimate tented camp overlooking a large water hole in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy in the Laikipia region of central Kenya.

Kicheche Laikipia is an excellent camp offering good value for money and a superb wildlife experience. The spacious tents offer a good level of comfort, without being overly luxurious, and have small touches which make your stay all the more comfortable. The comfort of the tents is matched by the friendliness of the staff who will look after your every need. As with all the Kicheche camps, the level of guiding is excellent and the ambiance is warm and welcoming.

Ol Pejeta Conservancy is not the wildest destination in Kenya but is a great conservancy for game viewing and a stronghold for both black and white rhino. We feel Kicheche Laikipia is particularly well suited to travellers on their first safari to East Africa, but the camp can equally well cater for more experienced photographers and wildlife enthusiasts.

ACCOMMODATION

Each of the six luxurious tents have plumbed en suite facilities with flush toilet, shower and double vanity, and a large L-shaped bedroom area with a dresser and comfortable seating. To the front of each is a verandah where guests…

AREAS & ACTIVITIES

The Laikipia covers a significant portion of dramatic countryside in northern Kenya, sandwiched between Samburu and Mount Kenya in the east and the Aberdare Mountains and Great Rift Valley in the west. The central section of the area is covered by…

Families

Kicheche Laikipia accepts children of all ages and families with younger children are well catered for with the spacious family tent where you all sleep under one roof. Families with older children may need to take two tents. The staff…

Conservation & community

The Kicheche Community Trust is involved in education, health, environment and empowerment within the communities in which they operate. The Trust supports the local Masaai families through conservancy land leases. They assist the local…

Location Ol Pejeta Conservancy
Access Scheduled or Charter flight into Nanyuki Airport (1h30) or Kamok airstrip (30mins)
Open June to March (usually also closing for a few weeks in late November)
Pricing £££££
Camp Style Tented lodge
Focus Big game
Children No age restriction (12 years + for walking)
Activities Game drives (day and night) / Nature walks / Chimp sanctuary visit / Canoeing / Mountain biking / Northern white rhino sanctuary visit / Cultural excursions
Vehicles Open (solid frame, open sides and roof hatches)
Maximum Guests on Vehicle 4 (or 6 on extended vehicle)
Private Vehicle Options Yes
Off-road Driving Yes
Number of Rooms 6 tents (including 1 family tent)
Family Accommodation One bedroomed family tent with two extra beds
Bathroom Flush toilet / Plumbed basin / Plumbed shower
Power for charging In room
Lighting Solar
Hairdryer Not possible
Heating/Cooling No
Room Safe No (management safe)
Laundry Service Complimentary
Communication in room Radio
Wi-Fi Designated area
Mobile Reception Yes (sporadic)
Swimming No
Wellness No
Dining Style Communal
Drinks Included House drinks
Credit Cards Visa, Mastercard and AMEX