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Starting in 1985 as a small mobile safari company, Cheli & Peacock has grown and expanded over the years to become one of Kenya’s leading safari operators.
Cheli & Peacock operates up-market, exclusive and bespoke safaris for clients that still want the “real safari” experience. Over 27 years of rapturous client feedback and support from all corners of the globe is testament that our personalized safaris, offering the best of the best, is what a “holiday of a lifetime” is really about.
We are completely independent, operating safaris all over East Africa, choosing the best and most unique properties and locations. Our policy is to operate professional and seamless safaris to the most spectacular and professionally run locations; always keeping as priority the enjoyment and safety of the tourist.
An elegant oasis in the spectacular arid landscapes of Samburu; Joy’s Camp is built on the site of Joy Adamson’s tented home in Shaba National Reserve. The camp overlooks a large natural spring where elephant and lion jostle for watering rights with herds of buffalo and the rare desert species of Beisa Oryx, reticulated giraffe and Grevy’s zebra.
The eastern corner of the Samburu eco-system, Shaba is a secluded idyll; which Joy’s Camp guests can enjoy as a private experience, out of the hustle and bustle of Samburu – an arid landscape dotted with lush springs and rocky river gorges, home to unique and rare wildlife species.
By day guests explore forest trails and crystal clear mountain streams, and local Samburu guides share their knowledge of the abundant hardwood trees, cycads, orchids, birds and butterflies. At night the atmosphere is magical, when the glade is lit for guests to watch the cautious trail of nocturnal visitors Melanistic (black-coated) leopard, elephant, bushbuck, and buffalo coming to drink and hunt by the river.
Kitich is a wonderfully remote, private camp in a forest glade on the upper slopes of the Mathews Mountains. With only 6 tents spaced out under a dense tree canopy, overlooking the Ngeng River, this camp is a low-key classic, offering oldfashioned safari comforts: soft fresh linen, comfortable double beds, iced drinks and gracious dining.
Sailing like an ark amid the primeval forests of Kenya's highest mountain, Mount Kenya, this timbered tree hotel offers champagne-clear mountain air, sweeping views across the tree-canopy, sparkling trout streams, and gentle forest walks. Located at 2,134 metres above sea level, on the lower slopes of the mountain, the lodge is cool, tranquil and hushed for optimum game-sightings. The open-air viewing-deck looks down on to its own water hole and salt-lick, which attracts numerous herds of elephant and buffalo. There is also a tunnel leading to a photo-hide, which offers spectacular viewing and photographic opportunities just metres away from the wildlife at the water hole.
Located on the plains of Mount Kenya, the camp features thirty-nine luxury tents, each with its own private veranda overlooking the water hole. The central Rhino Restaurant is housed in the former manager's house of this once colonial farm, and offers both regional and international cuisine. Also within the house is the Kashoggi Bar and lounge, which centres on a blazing log fire. The Waterhole Bar, built in the style of a game-viewing hide, overlooks the waterhole and offers unrivalled wildlife-watching.