Sustainable safari in Kenya

Sustainable safari in Kenya

The latest addition to the Mara Naboisho Conservancy offers safari-goers a new location from which to view some of the world’s most beautiful wildlife.

Kicheche Valley is a wildlife camp located in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya, bordering the Masai Mara National Reserve, and accommodates just 12 guests in six luxurious tents. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom, comfortable beds and beautiful wooden furniture. The central lounge tent, overlooking the game-filled plains, is the perfect base from which to embark on walking safaris and wildlife drives.

The conservancy boasts some of the most stunning scenery and wildlife in Africa, including large populations of giraffe and elephants in the area. There are also three prides of lion in Naboisho as well as leopards, hippos and crocodiles on the Eneskaria River. If you’re lucky, you might catch a glimpse of rare species such as black rhino, aardvark and serval cat.

The Mara Naboisho Conservancy was established in December 2010 by the Masai landowners themselves. Naboisho, meaning ‘coming together’, is a community driven initiative aiming to encourage healthy ecosystems and wildlife conservation. The income generated by visitors to Naboisho will be ploughed into the community to ensure easy access to health care and clean energy.

OPENING OFFER: Four nights for the price of three from ?1,800 per person sharing (inclusive of flights from London Heathrow on Kenya Airways, airport taxes, transfers between airports in Nairobi, airstrip transfers, all meals and local drinks unlimited game-viewing drives, bush walks, conservancy fees and laundry. To book call Safari Consultants on 01787 888590 or visit; for more information on the camp visit .

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