Kitich is an iconic classic safari camp in Kenya’s remote and pristine wilderness of the 800,000 acre Namunyak Wildlife Conservancy.
Hidden along an exquisite forest glade on the upper slopes of the Mathews Mountains, this is a unique experience – walking under the huge trees, and swimming in cool, clear mountain streams. Home to forest elephants, leopard, buffalo, lions, greater kudu, giant forest hogs, wild dogs, bush-buck can be found in the lush forests and endemic giant cycads dot the landscape.
Described as a ‘biological bonanza’ by the BBC, experienced Samburu warriors guide you along the thick forests and river glades which are host to over 200 bird species, including the rare Montane Broadring White-eye, over 300 species of butterflies, the rare De Brazza’s monkey, and the rare Colobus Guereza.
Where we operate
- Bird Watching
- Safaris - Fixed Camp
- Walking Safaris
- Eco tourism
06 November 2018
Many of you will have breathed sighs of relief when Liz and I sold our camps and our DMC, little did you know that we would be back .... Liz and I are now overseeing the management of that most special of places - KITICH FOREST CAMP - in the Mathews Mountain forest. You all know how passionate we are about this part of Kenya; we will soon be based on Loisaba Conservancy in our new home, and of course we will make Kitich, only 3 hours’ drive away, a great success. We added "Forest" to Kitich Camp’s name so that everyone is clear what Kitich is!Read More
27 September 2018
Kitich Forest Camp will be attending MKTE as part of the New African Territories stand (A3), if you would like to hear about all the news and updates on Kitich, of which there a number of exciting developments. We would love to see you. Hope to see you there.Read More