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Kenya

Nomadic Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

With locations varying by the season as the camp follows the wildlife through the breathtaking and game-rich plains of the Mara ecosystem, Nomadic Camp provides an authentic safari experience in a luxury mobile tented camp.

Accommodations at the exclusive camp depends on the number of guests with room for any combination between two and eight tents. The spacious Meru-style tents can be set up as either twins or doubles for up to two people per tent. Despite the camps Bedouin movements, the simple luxuries never get left behind like en suite bathrooms with flush toilets, hot water, and bucket showers. The camp relies on solar and generator power. Complimentary laundry service is included.

Because of its mobile status, the Nomadic Camp is free to explore a range of places in the greater Mara region of Kenya. Depending on the season it can be found in the Mara North Conservancy, an area famous for its leopard sighting at Leopard Gorge. It can also be present for the Loita Migration calving in March. This lesser known migration begins in the Loita Plains to the North East of Naboisho and brings some 200,000 wildebeests into the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, an exclusive area with a limited guest list of other camps. Or the camp can head deeper into the Maasai Mara Reserve itself, close to the Mara River, where vast herds of wildebeest plunge across the water during the annual Great Migration. Plus, there are always the lions, cheetahs, buffalo, warthogs, hippos, and a diverse laundry list of other wildlife to see.

With the vast wealth of the Mara at hand, the camp serves up plenty of exciting activities to choose from. Because it is an exclusive camp, the activities revolve around the guests themselves. Morning, afternoon, and full-day game drives are available with a choice between an open vehicle or closed vehicle with closed sides but windows and roof hatches that allow people to stand up. Walking safaris with an armed guard are an even better way to experience the bush up close for a detailed exploration of the flora and fauna. It’s the ideal way to spot a giraffe nibbling on an acacia tree or learn how to track a lion. With a plethora of bird species around, the camp is a bird watcher’s paradise. The camp also offers cultural tours of local Maasai villages to learn more about their rich traditions, way of life, and crafts.

All the luxuries of a mobile home travel with the camp. A comfortable lounge tent affords a cozy spot to relax and unwind with a cold drink while still enjoying the open views of the savanna. The private chef cooks up delicious, homemade meals served in the beauty of the bush. Days start with a hearty, full English breakfast then transition to a light, buffet-style lunch, before ending with a three-course silver service dinner under the wide expanse of a clear, African sky. Picnic breakfasts and bush lunches are also available.

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Kenya

Nomadic Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

With locations varying by the season as the camp follows the wildlife through the breathtaking and game-rich plains of the Mara ecosystem, Nomadic Camp provides an authentic safari experience in a luxury mobile tented camp.

Accommodations at the exclusive camp depends on the number of guests with room for any combination between two and eight tents. The spacious Meru-style tents can be set up as either twins or doubles for up to two people per tent. Despite the camps Bedouin movements, the simple luxuries never get left behind like en suite bathrooms with flush toilets, hot water, and bucket showers. The camp relies on solar and generator power. Complimentary laundry service is included.

Because of its mobile status, the Nomadic Camp is free to explore a range of places in the greater Mara region of Kenya. Depending on the season it can be found in the Mara North Conservancy, an area famous for its leopard sighting at Leopard Gorge. It can also be present for the Loita Migration calving in March. This lesser known migration begins in the Loita Plains to the North East of Naboisho and brings some 200,000 wildebeests into the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, an exclusive area with a limited guest list of other camps. Or the camp can head deeper into the Maasai Mara Reserve itself, close to the Mara River, where vast herds of wildebeest plunge across the water during the annual Great Migration. Plus, there are always the lions, cheetahs, buffalo, warthogs, hippos, and a diverse laundry list of other wildlife to see.

With the vast wealth of the Mara at hand, the camp serves up plenty of exciting activities to choose from. Because it is an exclusive camp, the activities revolve around the guests themselves. Morning, afternoon, and full-day game drives are available with a choice between an open vehicle or closed vehicle with closed sides but windows and roof hatches that allow people to stand up. Walking safaris with an armed guard are an even better way to experience the bush up close for a detailed exploration of the flora and fauna. It’s the ideal way to spot a giraffe nibbling on an acacia tree or learn how to track a lion. With a plethora of bird species around, the camp is a bird watcher’s paradise. The camp also offers cultural tours of local Maasai villages to learn more about their rich traditions, way of life, and crafts.

All the luxuries of a mobile home travel with the camp. A comfortable lounge tent affords a cozy spot to relax and unwind with a cold drink while still enjoying the open views of the savanna. The private chef cooks up delicious, homemade meals served in the beauty of the bush. Days start with a hearty, full English breakfast then transition to a light, buffet-style lunch, before ending with a three-course silver service dinner under the wide expanse of a clear, African sky. Picnic breakfasts and bush lunches are also available.