- Located within the Mara Naboisho Conservancy
- Game drives
- Two family-friendly suites
- An amazing swimming pool
- Those three-course dinners
- A photographers paradise
- Wild fly-camping (additional cost)
- Lodge type; Safari Camp
- Location; Mara Naboisho Conservancy
- Lodge size; 9 Tented Suites
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
Naboisho Camp in the Naboisho Conservancy is without question or doubt both a wildlife enthusiast and a wildlife photographers dream come true.
A small, stylish and intimate safari camp that offers guests a level of safari solitude almost unheard of so close to the Masai Mara.
A camp that is importantly located in a conservancy that offers up one of the highest concentrations of lions and cheetahs (including other species of wildlife) in the whole of Africa.
The Mara Naboisho Conservancy has a higher wildlife density than the Masai Mara National Reserve to offer up a comparison.
Nine spacious tented suites (with thatched overlay) offer king-sized or twin beds, a separate day bed, a small verandah, en-suite bathroom facilities with indoor and outdoor hot-water bucket showers and a flushing toilet.
Two of the nine accommodation options are designed especially for families; these two family-friendly options offer two bedrooms and a shared full bathroom.
All meals are prepared by a skilled team in the kitchen, except continental or full English breakfasts, light yet delicious lunch back at the camp, or a bush picnic while out on a game drive and when back at camp, a three-course dinner awaits.
Should one have any dietary requests, please advise ahead of arrival. Most dietary requests are catered for.
The thatched central guest area at Naboisho Camp with a lounge and small library, a dining room and a bar area, both areas are (for the most part) open to the surrounding Masai bushveld teeming with wildlife and birdlife.
Not too far away from the central guest area is the rim-flow swimming pool with a thatched gazebo (for private dining) that offers up a small dining area, small lounge as well as sun loungers and fantastic views.
Wi-Fi is available near the central guest area.
Very early morning and late afternoon game drives are what it is all about; all game drives are hosted by extremely knowledgeable and highly trained safari guides and trackers.
A recommended safari activity that comes at an extra cost is the 'fly camping' option; spend a night or two out in the wild Mara Naboisho Conservancy, basically camping. Surrounded by some of the best wildlife in all of Africa, we personally cannot think of anything better.
All available safari activities;
- Game drives and night drives (included)
- Walking safaris (additional cost)
- Cultural visits (additional cost)
- Fly camping (additional cost)
- Hot-air balloon safaris (additional cost)
- Photographic vehicle (additional cost)
Naboisho Camp and the Mara Naboisho Conservancy are fantastic safari destinations for those travelling with families and children over the age of five.
Two family tented suites are on offer, with each one offering two bedrooms and a shared en-suite bathroom. Suitable and tailor-made menus are also available for children of all ages. A private safari vehicle option is also available should families require a little more privacy.
Activities for the little one's include;
- Identifying animal tracks
- Learning about local cultures
- Guided nature walks
- Learning bush skills
From US$ 734.00 pp
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season
Rates form part of a Kenya Safari itinerary
- Full board accommodation
- All drinks (except premium drinks)
- Game drives
- Transfers to/from nearest airstrip
- Laundry service
- All flights
- Premium alcoholic drinks
- Hot air balloon safari
- Park fees
- Additional activities no specified
- Any items of a personal nature
- Medical insurance
- Visits to the Masai Mara Reserve
- Private vehicle and guide