How to book
We recommend a stay of least 3 nights at Kitich Camp, ie two full days to explore the forest and take advantage of, the river, sundowners, and opportunities to visit the local community.
Creating a safari needs specialist consultation with local knowledge, it is not the same as booking a stay in a city hotel. If you include in your enquiry your location we can recommend a reputable upmarket tour operator close to you.
Communication in camp
Wi-Fi is available in most of the tents; a Vsat system, it is a slow connection with limited bandwidth. There is no mobile phone network.
Kitich Camp is in an area if minimal malaria risk, and situated over 4000ft altitude can be considered malaria free. Tents are sealed with netting in the evening.
Although a long standing safari tradition, staff tips are at guest’s discretion. Tips for the lodge staff are collected at a central tip box, then distributed evenly to all staff members, so that even those behind the scenes receive acknowledgement of a job well done. A recommended amount is US$ 5-10 per guest per night. Guides are tipped separately and directly (same recommendation of US$5-10 per guest per day).
Power in camp
Kitich Camp runs completely on solar power, which supplies the tents with power for lighting 24hrs. Guests batteries can be charged in the bar. The solar system cannot support hairdryers in the rooms. Sockets are 3pin square English, so guests are recommended to bring universal plug adaptors.