Naboisho Camp is situated in the Naboisho Conservancy (a 50,000 acre area) that lies to the far east of the Mara/Serengeti Eco system - an area almost half the size of the Maasai Mara reserve. The camp is set amongst the trees and rocky outcrops, with stunning views out to the plains.
The Mara Naboisho Conservancy is one of the most unspoilt and game rich areas in Kenya. ‘Naboisho’ means ‘coming together’ in local Maasai language. And rightfully so; the Mara Naboisho Conservancy is where tourism successfully meets spectacular wildlife and the great warrior tribes.
Naboisho is a permanent camp, but leaving the smallest footprint possible. However, there is no compromise on comfort! The eight comfortable tents have a traditional bush style with a fresh modern feel. There are ensuite bathrooms to the tents with flush loos, running water and bucket showers. The food receives great praise!
Naboisho camp prides themselves on a high level of service with a warm and friendly atmosphere. The Camp is run by a management that gives priority to conservation and environment and you can see this throughout the entire setup. The conservancy was the first in Kenya to provide direct income to individual Maasai landowners, each getting a monthly income dependent on how much land they contributed. You can stay here safe in the knowledge that you are helping to aid both the community and the wildlife conservation project.
There are eight tented rooms at Naibosho Camp. Each tent has an en-suite bathroom with a bucket shower and flush loo. The tents are furnished with comfortable king sized beds. The large screen windows provide you with sights and sounds of the spectacular Kenyan wildlife.
There are several activities which guests can embark on during their stay at Naboisho Camp. From camp, guests can explore the area by game drive, walking or night drives. A fantastic way to enjoy a break from your game viewing is to have a delicious bush picnic. For the adventurous, we suggest spending a night under the stars fly camping.
When to travel
The only time to avoid Kenya is during the long rainy season in April and May. November is considered the short rainy season, however, these are less predictable and are much lighter. The best time of year to visit the Maasai Mara is during the Great Wildebeest Migration which tends to pass through the Mara between mid July to late October.
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Location and directions
Maasai Mara and Southern Kenya
Within Naboisho Conservancy, the camp is set in a beautiful secluded area along a river line dotted with Acacia trees whilst the tents lie amongst the trees and rocky outcrops overlooking the Moliband stream and a natural spring.
How to get there
A scheduled one hour flight from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to the Mara Siana airstrip. Flights depart at 09:00, 10:00, 13:00 and 15:00. The camp is a 40-minute game drive from the airstrip.