What we love about Naboisho Camp
Picture Perfect - A photographers heaven, capture Mara's photogenic game from the comfort of a safari vehicle equipped with 360° swivel seats and foam camera rests to capture the perfect shot.
In the heart of the wild - The mara ecosystem is rich with life. Spot zebra and impala passing by from the lounge or from the pool. Dine with the sounds of the bush to accompany you, and hear the calls of the birds as you wake up each morning.
Family friendly - With two tents dedicated to families, a large swimming pool, and activities such as identifying track prints and learning bush skills specially tailored for kids, this is the perfect location for a family getaway.
The Mara is incredible all year round, but we recommend visiting between January and April, as there are fewer visitors around.
Rooms and Amenities
Naboisho Camp consists of nine tents, spacious in design with either king-sized or twin beds to suit your needs. All tents are equipped with both an outdoor and indoor hot water shower, a flushing toilet, and a daybed, perfect for an afternoon siesta in between game drives.
Also available to you is a swimming pool overlooking the plains, and a complimentary laundry service. The camp is equipped with disabled and low mobility access.
The Mara Naboisho Conservancy is private and is not governed by the same rules and regulations as national parks and reserves. Guests can go on walking safaris to study the savannah up close, drive off-road, take night drives to find wildlife that only come out after dark, and picnic in the bush. It’s great for those who have done a traditional safari and want something more adventurous.
Activities at Naboisho Camp
Naboisho Camp offers a wide range of activities. Here are a few of our favourites:
- Game Drives and Photographic Safaris - These run in the morning, afternoon, and in the evening to spot nocturnal animals off-road.
- Walking Safaris - Learn more about the Mara ecosystem with an expert guide as you walk through the savannah. Gain knowledge about animals and birds, and about how everything here works in harmony.
- Fly Camping - Adventure out on a walking safari and spend the night fly camping in a remote part of the conservancy for an intimate safari experience. Cook dinner at a campfire and stargaze before heading back the next morning.
Ready to plan your African adventure?
We'll spend some time listening to your aspirations, then discuss the kind of experience that might suit you.
Next we'll discuss the options, shortlist the best trips for you and present you our impartial recommendations.
We'll place a 24 hour hold on your preferred option - without obligation - whilst we talk through the details.