Kicheche Bush Camp



Deep within the Masai Mara Reserve, in the borders of the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kicheche Bush Camp is an exclusive bush getaway for only a handful of guests at a time. Guests arrive at the camp via the Kiombo Airstrip, which lies about 40 minutes’ drive from the camp. Kicheche Bush Camp allows you to conceal yourself from the world.


The al fresco tented camp breaks down the divide between the green savannahs and fertile acacia trees and the comforts of an armchair, allowing guests to get close to nature, whilst maintaining comfort and safety. The lounge and dining tents are equipped with all the necessities for leisure, but most meals are taken out in nature if the weather is favourable.

The 6 elegant and expansive tents have en-suite bathrooms with hot showers, cold, flowing water and flushing toilets. The solar powered amenities gives guests electricity so that you’ll never have to worry about a flat camera or electronic device when in camp. Each tent has an awning that awaits for outside experiences. Here you can take in the untouched brilliance of the bushveld whilst sipping on a cool drink. Tents are adaptable and a single can be turned into a triple tent by request.

Wildlife and Activities

With its location in the Olare Motorogi Conservancy, Kicheche Bush Camp is primed for views of the Wildebeest Migration. With this migration comes an abundance of predators, looking for the opportunistic feast. But the game experience doesn’t end there. Vehicles leave when guests prefer, driven by guides with expert knowledge of the land and its inhabitants.  Our vehicles are equipped to meet the needs of photographers, offering additional equipment, from bean bags to support struts to allowing you to get the shot of a lifetime in.

Other activities include, hot air ballooning, visits to local Masai villages and private game drives. Walking safaris will take you into the heart of this land in a way that will take your breath away. You will be immersed in the whistling sound of the acacia trees, the cicadas rattling in the bushes and the swish of the long grass. Guests here have an opportunity to spend the evening in an overnight fly camp, where the stars light up the savannahs.