Kicheche Laikipia camp is a small luxurious tented camp in the shadows of Mount Kenya at the foot of an indigenous forest overlooking a waterhole. Kicheche Laikipia camp is in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, a beautifully remote environment to enjoy quality game viewing and other bush activities. The Conservancy is home to Kenya’s largest population of Black Rhino, considerable numbers of elephant, cheetah, lion, leopard and plentiful plains game.
The camp consists of six luxurious tents, custom designed and are fully insect proof with en suite bathrooms equipped with a flushing toilet, shower and hot and cold running water. A family tent, sleeping up to 4 guests, is also available.
Game viewing is possible from the comfort of your verandah, overlooking the water, with wildlife activity throughout the day. During the heat of the day, relax at your tent or at the lounge and appreciate the silence, punctuated only by bird calls. Alternatively, utilise the camp's reference library in the lounge tent, which has an excellent selection of books.
There is a spacious well furnished lounge and dining tent with two fireplaces for the cooler evenings. Enjoy dining with plenty meal options available. The restaurant offers a unique selection of food and drink with a wide variety of various cuisines.
Guests are woken up with tea, coffee or hot chocolate & biscuits brought to their tent. Breakfast is a leisurely affair taken outside in the morning sunlight and lunch is also served al fresco in the shade of an olive tree. Dinner is served by candlelight al fresco or in the dining tent.