Why we like it
- Naboisho is a conservancy (50,000 acre) located on the eastern border of the Masai Mara in a beautiful wilderness area
- A community driven initiative creating a wildlife conservation and tourism area that supports the livelihoods of the landowners and surrounding communities
- Eight luxury tents
- Activities on offer are day and night game drives with the ability to go off road, walking Safaris and visits to local villages
- Sister camp to Rekero camp
Naboisho is located in the Naboisho conservancy which is an area characterised by open plains, acacia thornbush and seasonal streams and ideal habitat for plains game and their predators. Game in this area is very productive with a high density of the plains game attracting the predators predominately lions but there has been the rare occasion when the elusive wild dog has been spotted.
The Masai guides that look after guests on the safari activities are incredible, most are local to the area and understand the uniqueness of this conservancy and maximise the opportunities to see the game be it on a vehicle or by foot. The camp is located approximately 45 minutes ( by vehicle) from some of the major river crossing points for when the great migration of wildebeest is present in the Masai Mara.
Naboisho is a traditional safari camp with eight safari tents all en-suite with flushing toilet, hand basin and a traditional bucket shower. All tents have a private verandah complete with a daybed and two comfortable chairs for relaxing in the peace and quiet of the African bush. The main area of the camp consists of a large lounge area adjacent to a dining area and bar. Meals are eaten together so stories of the day can be shared with the day time meals being al fresco and depending on the evening weather dinner is served in the dining room or on the lawn under the stars.