Tucked away deep in the Mathews Range (or Lenkiyio Hills), Kitich Camp overlooks the Ngeng River and is surrounded by densely forested hillsides – it’s an island of luxuriant vegetation on a sea of arid wilderness.
There are no roads and very few visitors. The region is off the beaten track for tourists, and therein lies its appeal. The wildlife remains wild, wary of man and as nature intended. It is also abundant – the richness of the area attracting game from far and wide. So you can track them on foot, using the knowledge and traditional hunting skills of your guides – usually Samburu warriors - to experience encounter after encounter with genuinely wild animals.
Kitich Camp, at a glance
- Set amongst a range of hills covered in rich dewy forest
- Authentic safari experience
- Just six safari tents overlooking the Ngeng River gorge
- Wooden floors, private verandas, en suites
- African/Italian fusion food served on an open deck overlooking the gorge
For leisure and pleasure
- Walking safaris conducted by Samburu warriors; thrilling, fun, informative and intellectually stimulating
- Guided forest walks
- Brilliant bird watching with an array of migratory and indigenous species
- Picnics and lunches out in the bush
- Cultural visits to local Samburu families
- Responsible eco-policy