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Kenya

Naboisho Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set in the exclusive and game-rich Mara Naboisho Conservancy, Naboisho Camp is a supremely comfortable safari camp.

Accommodations at the camp consist of nine spacious tents including two family tents. Each tent comes with a king-sized bed with the availability of twin beds too. The private, en suite bathrooms include indoor and outdoor hot running showers and flushing toilets. Each suite also features the attentions of a private butler. Other amenities include in room lock boxes, solar and generator power, and complimentary laundry services. Guests can relax and unwind in a deep, comfortable day bed on their own private veranda with sweeping views of the plains.

The camp is situated in the 50,000-acre private Mara Naboisho Conservancy on the border of the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. The Conservancy boasts not only a higher density of animals than the Maasai Mara but one the highest concentrations of lions in the world. About one hundred of the big cats live here. The area also has an impressive number of elephant, giraffe, wildebeest, and zebra as well as the rare and elusive African wild dog. Moreover, the Conservancy provides a vital corridor for the little-known Loita Migration, which sees up to 5, 000 wildebeest and 1, 000 zebra move though the area annually from the Mara Reserve to the Loita Plains in the east.

The camp offers several exciting activities to choose from. Morning and afternoon game drives take in the Conservancy and neighboring Maasai Mara. Because the Conservancy is limited in its exclusivity, it lacks the heavy foot traffic of the other reserves for a quiet and uncrowded adventure. Leisurely one or two-hour bush walks explore the plains on foot, discovering the flora and fauna missed from the vehicles. Hot air balloon safaris provide a panoramic view of the wildlife below. For even more adventure, guests can explore the land and animals on horseback. Cultural visits take in the homesteads and villages of the local Maasai people and their rich traditions. Bush picnic and fly camping under the stars are also available.

At the main communal area, the thatched lounge and dining room afford an impressive vantage point of the nearby waterhole. Delicious home-made meals are served in the open dining with views of the bush. Breads, biscuits, and muffins are baked daily with breakfast being a yummy choice of continental-style or full English breakfast. Light, buffet-style lunches in camp include fresh salads and vegetables with the main course. At 4 p.m., it’s time for traditional tea and cake. Families with children are warmly welcomed here. They have their own activities such as making bows and arrows or going exploring through the camp as they learn about tracking and animals.

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Kenya

Naboisho Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set in the exclusive and game-rich Mara Naboisho Conservancy, Naboisho Camp is a supremely comfortable safari camp.

Accommodations at the camp consist of nine spacious tents including two family tents. Each tent comes with a king-sized bed with the availability of twin beds too. The private, en suite bathrooms include indoor and outdoor hot running showers and flushing toilets. Each suite also features the attentions of a private butler. Other amenities include in room lock boxes, solar and generator power, and complimentary laundry services. Guests can relax and unwind in a deep, comfortable day bed on their own private veranda with sweeping views of the plains.

The camp is situated in the 50,000-acre private Mara Naboisho Conservancy on the border of the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. The Conservancy boasts not only a higher density of animals than the Maasai Mara but one the highest concentrations of lions in the world. About one hundred of the big cats live here. The area also has an impressive number of elephant, giraffe, wildebeest, and zebra as well as the rare and elusive African wild dog. Moreover, the Conservancy provides a vital corridor for the little-known Loita Migration, which sees up to 5, 000 wildebeest and 1, 000 zebra move though the area annually from the Mara Reserve to the Loita Plains in the east.

The camp offers several exciting activities to choose from. Morning and afternoon game drives take in the Conservancy and neighboring Maasai Mara. Because the Conservancy is limited in its exclusivity, it lacks the heavy foot traffic of the other reserves for a quiet and uncrowded adventure. Leisurely one or two-hour bush walks explore the plains on foot, discovering the flora and fauna missed from the vehicles. Hot air balloon safaris provide a panoramic view of the wildlife below. For even more adventure, guests can explore the land and animals on horseback. Cultural visits take in the homesteads and villages of the local Maasai people and their rich traditions. Bush picnic and fly camping under the stars are also available.

At the main communal area, the thatched lounge and dining room afford an impressive vantage point of the nearby waterhole. Delicious home-made meals are served in the open dining with views of the bush. Breads, biscuits, and muffins are baked daily with breakfast being a yummy choice of continental-style or full English breakfast. Light, buffet-style lunches in camp include fresh salads and vegetables with the main course. At 4 p.m., it’s time for traditional tea and cake. Families with children are warmly welcomed here. They have their own activities such as making bows and arrows or going exploring through the camp as they learn about tracking and animals.