Located within Naboisho Conservancy, Valley camp is set in a beautiful secluded area along a river line dotted with Acacia trees whilst the tents lie amongst the trees and rocky outcrops overlooking the Moliband stream and a natural spring. The lounge tent overlooks the spring which is a magnet for wildlife in the area.
Naboisho Conservancy encompasses some of the most stunning terrain in the Masai Mara eco‐system.
The habitat of acacia woodlands, savannah grassland plains, riverine acacia forest and rocky undulating hills provide a varied habitat for browsing and grazing herbivores along with hideout thickets for most predators.
With strict controls on bed density and vehicle numbers a high quality wilderness experience is assured.
The camp is a classic, intimate, luxury bush camp, completely unfenced, accommodating 12 guests, all under canvas.
Spacious, fully insect-proof style tents equipped with cedar beds, linen, bedside tables, luggage racks and rugs and bathrooms are en-suite and are equipped with a dresser, shower and flushing toilet and running water. Triple tents are available on request.
The large and spacious lounge tent overlooks a natural spring, with its comfortable local furnishings and informative collection of reference books, it makes a delightful place to relax between game drives or other activities.
All meals and drinks are inclusive in your stay and taken al-fresco in a clearing overlooking the plains or, in the event of bad weather, in the spacious lounge/dining tent.
The camp does accept children but adults must be aware that the camp is not fenced and no additional facilities are available to occupy them outside our normal excursions.
Game-viewing drives are conducted by open-sided and open roofed customised 4WD Land Cruiser vehicles. Game drives are shared with other guests though exclusive use of a vehicle is available at an extra charge.
Guests are woken with tea, coffee or hot chocolate & biscuits brought to their tent. An early morning game drive sets off at sunrise and returns to the camp late morning. An afternoon game drive departs around 16h00 after tea and returns after sundowners.
Escorted walks are available from the camp and all walks are escorted by a Kicheche guide with a radio and an armed ranger.
Enjoy a visit to the local Maasai villages for those interested in Kenya’s unique culture and it is possible to visit Talek town or a number of projects supported by the community Trust.
Kicheche Valley Camp has minimised their impact on the environment through the following measures:
all non-biodegradable waste is removed from the region to a suitable collection point in Nairobi, recycled charcoal dust pellets are brought in from Nairobi for water heating.
Solar panels are used to generate power for all lighting and refrigeration. In order to minimize wastage from plastic drinking bottles each room has a dispenser filled with mineral water. Water can then be decanted into glasses or into reusable water bottles to take on activities.
Kicheche Valley Camp is closed in April & May