Naboisho Camp has just nine spacious tented suites. Activities on offer include fly camping, walking safaris, horse riding and night drives. These activities are not commonly available in most national parks. If you have a truly adventurous spirit, don’t miss out on this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to immerse yourself in the African bush.
Appealing both to safari purists and those seeking a little luxury, Naboisho Camp is the most upmarket of the handful of small, unfenced camps in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. Surrounded by untouched savannah and dense thicket, it is located in a game-rich area that boasts spectacular wildlife events. Children over the age of 5 are welcome at Naboisho.
The first-ever Photographic Safari Vehicle at Naboisho is able to accommodate 3 photographers and their equipment. Its an experience not to be missed for avid photographers and brings you closer than ever. You’ll be at eye-level or lower with the wildlife – allowing you to get that dream shot.
The 200 sq km Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a groundbreaking tourism initiative that benefits both conservation and community. Spectacular game viewing combined with community interaction and the freedom to walk has made the Conservancy one of the most exciting destinations in Africa. In the heart of it all is Naboisho Camp offering exceptional safari experiences in this vast tract of pristine wilderness.
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For further reading on the Masai Mara National Reserve read the UNESCO report that details the Great East African Rift Valley as well.
It’s a good idea to make the most of your visit to the Serengeti and the Masai Mara and we always recommend a good combination of lodges for your safari to Africa. Have a look at Rekero Camp or Encounter Mara Camp in the Naboisho Conservancy where you will find incredibly high lion densities.
If you are looking for a budget option for your Africa safari to the Serengeti then look at Ilkeliani Camp- Masai Mara.