Kicheche Mara Camp

Kicheche Mara Camp is a tried, tested and loved classic bush camp in the award winning Mara North Conservancy - one of the best wildlife viewing spots in the Mara. The 8 canvas rooms overlook the Olare Orok stream and the western escarpment in the distance, with the camp sitting in the aptly named Acacia Valley.

Western style en-suite bathrooms, hot showers and soft beds keep you comfortable, whilst the team create a wonderful sense of fun. Lively dinners around the campfire or under the shade of the acacia trees keeps the excitement going long after the game drives are over.

The Mara North Conservancy is one of the best managed conservancies in the area and the lack of other tourists and abundance of game around Kicheche, keeps clients coming back year after year. Such is the quality of the wildlife experience, Kicheche Mara is the first choice for many of our clients who are keen on wildlife photography as the excellent guides here are also keen photographers themselves. This, combined with their superb knowledge of the area, means they have an uncanny knack for getting you in the right place at the right time with intuitive guiding that comes from all of Kicheche's guides having achieved the KPSGA Silver Level guiding qualification.

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