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  • Kenya Gold

    The joy is un-alloyed as a Kenyan sprinter covers a scorching 800 metres in an astonishing personal best, before downing…

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  • Wild Beasts…

    Whatever the sport or hobby there is nothing like boasting new-found jargon, particularly cycling jargon. The Divine Sideburn led his charges out…

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  • Spot Meter

      Of all the animals it is the spotted ones that vie for the most podium time: leopards leaping like…

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  • Nature of the Beests

    The tour has arrived, the outriders, racing ahead like Froome or Cavendish are already approaching the Northern Conservancies, and some…

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  • High Plains Drifters

    The grasslands are a saturated emerald, sprinkled with showers falling like a Scotsman’s tears, washing the stems and buds clean. Familiar…

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  • Leopard In Bound Over River

    The term ‘rough diamond’ ( see where this is going ?) was originally an Australian phrase used to describe a…

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  • Laikipiahhhh!

      Venetia is almost a Kicheche institution, having run up over ten visits in the last nine years. The rarefied…

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  • The Name of the Game June 2012

    Lags Eleven: There is a marvellous moment in the 1973 masterpiece THE STING, when Kid Twist , Gondorf’s (Paul Newman)…

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  • Destinations Magazine E Africa – Jun ’12 issue

    ‘Wild About Kicheche Laikipia’ feature Click link for full details. Download article

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  • The Telegraph : Pictures of the Day 14 June 2012

    Penny Broomhall, 60, from Weston-super-Mare, was on an unforgettable Masai Mara photographic safari at Kicheche Bush camp with Paul Goldstein….click…

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  • Hitting the High Spots

    Cheetah’s sprint and leopards climb trees. Fact. Not in Mara North Conservancy it isn’t and Kicheche staff know a little about cheetahs…

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  • National Geographic Traveller Magazine July ’12 Issue

    Kicheche Camps feature in National Geographic Traveller supplement July 2012 issue – a free 68-page guide to the world of…

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