Kicheche Kenya Specials

One of the real delights of an East African safari is the opportunity to stay in superb camps in breathtaking locations. Right near the top of our list are the Kicheche Camps; three at the Maasai Mara and one in the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, Laikipia. Take advantage of our unbeatable safari offers and experience the outstanding hospitality of Kicheche Camps for[…]

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KWS launches hunt for Rhino poachers

No sooner has the Kenya Wildlife Service announced that it is launching a major countrywide hunt for poachers who killed 4 rhinos in one week across the country than we hear that more rhinos (including calves) have been slaughtered in the Oserian sanctuary near Lake Naivasha. The rate of killings shows no sign of slowing down. THE  Kenya Wildlife Service is[…]

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Mbweha Camp, THE place to stay at Lake Nakuru

Tucked away in the spectacular Great Rift Valley on the private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy, Mbweha Camp is nestled up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park with beautiful views over the Eburru and Mau ranges. Rustic lava-stone cottages with thatched roofs are surrounded by euphobia candelabra, yellow barked acacia and other indigenous trees. Mbweha Camp is only[…]

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#PHOTO TIP – Taking Photos on a Wildlife Safari 5 – Perspective

The majority of photographs taken in game parks are – naturally enough, taken from game vehicles. With larger mammals, like elephants, this is not a problem as you are at an ideal height to photograph them, but with smaller animals, and especially with cats that are lying around on the ground, you will frequently find yourself looking down on them.[…]

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