Kicheche Laikipia

Reviews of Kicheche Laikipia

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Below are independent comments from 2 of our travellers who have visited Kicheche Laikipia, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mrs M and Ms E - Somerset - UK
Arrived on: 31-Oct-2013 Stayed for: 4 nights
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Kicheche Laikipia review

A lovely couple run this beautifully furnished camp. Much of the furniture is made from recycled wood, very well done. Our room was a little dark. We could have done with more natural light. Liked the hammock.

The food was superb, and the table presentation gorgeous. The staff decorated the dinner table each evening with rose petals and candles. Lovely big open fires each evening.

We experienced a lot of heavy rain (willies were provided). As a result it became quite muddy and damp. We definitely needed some warm and waterproof clothing. However it was fun in the jeeps with spinning wheels and floods, we had fun.

We saw some wonderful and exciting sights with regards the animals! Lions, cheetah, elephants, rhino, wild dogs and many more. Animals hunting and challenging each other over the kill!

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Mr & Mrs H - Wiltshire
Arrived on: 26-Aug-2013 Stayed for: 2 nights
Overall:
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Location:
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Rooms:
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Service:
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Food:
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Great camp wonderful experience

Andy was a great host, bird walk very good, even Andy saw a new bird.
Everyone very flexible to suit our needs

[Ed: In his general comments on the trip, this traveller wrote:

"Kicheche Laikipia was also great, including the bird walk where even Andy the camp manager saw a bird for the first time (Abasynian swallow on migration). 6 tents only with ours being the best position (3), we left both the internal and external flaps up so the only thing between us and the Tigers and Polar Bears was a fly mesh, cold but exciting."]

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Expert Africa comments

Ed: In his general comments on the trip, this traveller wrote:

"Kicheche Laikipia was also great, including the bird walk where even Andy the camp manager saw a bird for the first time (Abasynian swallow on migration). 6 tents only with ours being the best position (3), we left both the internal and external flaps up so the only thing between us and the Tigers and Polar Bears was a fly mesh, cold but exciting."