• Location: Kenya, Masai Mara
  • Type of Accommodation: Tented Camp
  • Comfort Level: Comfortable

overview

KichecheMara Camp offers a classic tented camp experience in a prime game-viewing region of the Mara North Conservancy. The camp prides itself on offering a friendly and relaxing stay, providing a 'home away from home' feeling while exploring one of Africa's greatest reserves.

Enjoy exciting game drives and nature walks led by experienced and professional guides (all of whom have at least a silver-level rating from the Kenya Professional Safari Guides Association) who will work hard to ensure that you have the best possible sightings, especially if you have timed your visit with the annual Wildebeest Migration. You can also arrange trips to a local Maasai village to gain an insight into their fascinating culture.

highlights

  • Beautiful setting in Mara North Private Conservancy
  • Great year-round game viewing plus Migration safaris
  • Unfenced camp offers an authentic safari experience
  • Maasai village visits for cultural interactions

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Facilities

Kicheche Mara Camp offers convenient facilities to ensure an authentic and comfortable East African safari.

Between game-viewing activities, you can relax in the spacious lounge tent and page through the many interesting reference books. You can also browse through the safari shop for a souvenir to take back home.

There is limited Wi-Fi connectivity in the communal areas.

General Facilities

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    Bar
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    Laundry service

Dining

Kicheche Mara Camp offers Western-style meals deliciously fused with African flavours, enjoyed in the spacious dining tent or taken alfresco in a clearing away from camp and overlooking the Masai Mara.

The chef will also cater for special dietary requirements on request.

Standard Tent

Accommmodation at Mara Camp is in Meru-style tents that are both spacious and comfortable as well as bug-proof.

Each suite has an en suite bathroom (with a shower and an enclosed flush toilet) and a private veranda, equipped with deck chairs and from where you can enjoy lovely views and armchair game viewing or birding.

The tents are widely spaced apart to ensure privacy and come with thoughtful extras like gumboots for the rainy seasons and a washing line for your personal laundry.

Triple- and quadruple-bed tents are available for families or small groups travelling together.

Standard Tent AMENITIES

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    Twin bed available
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    Bucket shower
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    Mosquito net

Activities

  • Game drives
  • Guided walks
  • Local village visits
  • Hot air ballooning
 
  • dates rates from board basis
  • 01 Jun 2017 - 30 Jun 2017 $550 Game Package
  • 01 Jul 2017 - 31 Jul 2017 $590 Game Package
  • 01 Aug 2017 - 31 Oct 2017 $700 Game Package
  • 01 Nov 2017 - 14 Dec 2017 $550 Game Package
  • 15 Dec 2017 - 02 Jan 2018 $590 Game Package

Our rates are per person sharing unless we note differently.

Please treat all pricing as a guide only:

  • All rates are subject to availability and may change without notice
  • Single supplements may apply
  • Rates may be different for different room types
  • The most competitive rates for accommodation are available in our tailored packages

Request a quote or speak to one of our African Safari Experts for the best, most current rates available.

Traveller Reviews

  • We liked the philosophy of the camp, whereby they try to employ local people, someone from each family, to spread the money around. They are also aware of their footprints on the land, as were other camps. Amboseli was great, too, and its staff particularly good.

    William Watkins, September 2012

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Liesel van Zyl

Liesel van Zyl

Product Manager

"A basic tented camp with fantastic game viewing, unique activities only permitted in the private conservancies & positively impacting the local communities."

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We liked the philosophy of the camp, whereby they try to employ local people, someone from each family, to spread the money around. They are also aware of their footprints on the land, as were other camps. Amboseli was great, too, and its staff particularly good.

William Watkins, September 2012 >View more reviews