Masai Mara National Reserve
Nestled into a wooded grove on the banks of the Talek River, Naibor Camp is perfectly located to deliver the very best of the Great Migration to her guests. The camp is just 2 kilometers from where the Talek River flows into the Mara River and from July to November this is the best camp for migration river crossings.
The main guest area overlooks the Talek River where a multitude of wildlife comes down to drink each day. Comfortable couches and a bar area make this the perfect location to relax between your game drives. Meals are either communal or at private tables.
Morning and afternoon game drives, walking safaris and sundowners on Lookout Hill ensure a diverse way to observe the wildlife. All the big cats as well as a wide variety of antelope are seen regularly and birding here is also excellent.
There are 3 types of accommodation, Naibor Main camp has 7 luxurious tents in amongst the trees’ to ensure your privacy. These rooms are spacious with a private deck and en-suite bathroom and twin vanities and a safari shower.
Naibor Wilderness Camp is close by and made up of 3 double/twin tents that are the epitome of camping luxury. The camp can be booked exclusively or on a per room basis.
Little Naibor comprises just 2 luxury tents, each is a 2 bedroomed suite making this camp perfect for families or couples traveling together.
No children under 12.
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If you’re looking for a photographic safari then consider Naibor Wilderness camp or combine this with Tangulia Mara Camp, Ol Malo Nomad or House in the Wild.
Discover more about the conservancies of the Masai Mara. Learn more about the Mara Predator Conservation Programme.