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Kicheche Laikipia is a special place. We decided to go there as part of our mini moon, right after getting married at Bush Camp and if I were to compare I would think things are similar but different (hi Louise ;)). One thing is sure: we don't...More
Getting to Kicheche Laikipia is part of the holiday - flying into Nairobi and then from Wilson Airport up to Nanyuki and a car journey to camp. The scenery changes and on arriving at camp the thing that hits you is the huge waterhole infront...More
This was the second of three camps on our safari holiday and certainly our coldest!! The roaring fires in the mess tent were much appreciated in the evening and added to the convivial atmosphere at dinner. The food is excellent and we loved eating around...More
We were received by Simon Lomelo our Silver Certified Guide and taken into Camp. It is in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy and does have a light electric fence.
We were given our thermos in order to always have fresh and safe water, as we avoided...More
As soon as we landed at the small airstrip close by to the camp, we had an amazing time. Our guide Simon picked us up and straight away we saw rhinos and elephants on the way back to the camp. The camp was fantastic, great...More
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