It is unheard of to experience a private safari in the Masai Mara or Serengeti reserves but Naboisho Camp is the exception. Set in the two hundred and ten square
Naboisho Camp is an eco-friendly camp, operating on solar powered energy to minimize the impact on the environment.
With just nine spacious Tented Suites, Naboisho is an intimate and elegant safari camp that offers a luxurious wilderness experience. Each suite offers comfortable king-sized beds (twin beds are available), en-suite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor showers, robes, in-room safes, tea and coffee making facilities, and a private veranda complete with a day bed. Two of the suites are equipped to cater for families.
The camp facilities include a thatched lounge, bar and dining room that overlook a nearby waterhole that is frequently visited by resident game.
Delicious home-cooked meals are usually enjoyed communally at the camp. Chefs bake fresh bread, biscuits and muffins daily for guests to enjoy. Breakfast is served buffet style with a choice of continental or full English breakfasts. Lunches are light and served buffet-style in camp. Alternatively, you can ask for a picnic breakfast or lunch so you can maximize your time in the bush. Tea and cake are served in the late afternoon as a camp tradition, and dinner is a leisurely three-course silver service or plated affair.
A true wildlife haven, the Mara Naboisho Conservancy has a high density of game with a large number of big cats residing in the area. Naboisho has one of the highest lion densities in the world with over 100 lions living in the conservancy. There is also an impressive number of elephant, giraffe, wildebeest and zebra living in the region with regular sightings of the endangered African wild dog. A bird lovers paradise, Naboisho Conservancy is home to 266 bird species.
In addition to the abundance of resident game, the Mara Naboisho Conservancy also serves as a vital migration corridor for the little-known Loita Migration, which sees up to 5 000 wildebeest and 1 000 zebras move through the area annually from the Mara Reserve to the Loita Plains in the east.
Activities offered at the camp include twice-daily game drives, walking safaris, bush picnics, cultural and community visits, hot air balloon safaris, horse riding and fly camping. Game drives in Naboisho are conducted in either seven-seater open game-viewing vehicles or five-seater closed vehicles and led by a team of professional guides. As the conservancy is privately owned, Naboisho is able to offer off-road game drives and night drives.
Naboisho Camp is ideal for solo explorers, couples and families looking for an exclusive safari adventure.
Flights, premium brand beverages, gratuities, additional excursions, items of a personal nature and conservation fees.
Children of all ages are welcome at Naboisho Camp.
A children's programme is available.
From $ 362
Includes: Accommodation, all meals, all local brand beverages, twice daily game drives, night drives, guided walks in the Naboisho Conservancy, transfers to and from the airstrip, laundry and the conservancy bed night fee.
Naboisho Camp is closed from the 1st to the 30th April
|Dates||Rates (PPS)||Rates (SINGLE)|
|06 Jan 2021 — 05 Apr 2021||$ 720||$ 900|
|01 May 2021 — 31 May 2021||$ 362||$ 453|
|01 Jun 2021 — 30 Jun 2021||$ 734||$ 918|
|01 Jul 2021 — 31 Jul 2021||$ 1,086||$ 1,520|
|01 Aug 2021 — 31 Aug 2021||$ 1,170||$ 1,638|
|01 Sep 2021 — 31 Oct 2021||$ 1,086||$ 1,520|
|01 Nov 2021 — 19 Dec 2021||$ 734||$ 918|
|20 Dec 2021 — 05 Jan 2022||$ 1,086||$ 1,520|
|06 Jan 2022 — 31 Mar 2022||$ 734||$ 918|
|01 May 2022 — 31 May 2022||$ 412||$ 515|
"We live in East Africa and we are no strangers to safari lodges but Naboisho Camp is a truly unique and a fabulous place, this is definitely our favourite. The design of the camp and its location are stunning and you can often see wildlife from your tent. The game drives were excellent and we had our own guide, who was highly trained and great to chat to and this is what makes a safari truly outstanding. The staff very friendly and caring, it's like staying with old friends and the food was the best we were have tasted in Kenya. Everything is home made, even the snacks that are served with the sundowners."
- Tina Handeler
"We found all of the Asilia camps to be outstanding, but this was the highlight. The tented accommodation was more like a hotel room than a tent. The staff was very welcoming and nothing was too much for any of them, the food was superb. Our guide was Masai and we learned much about the Masai culture from our various discussions along the way. We were escorted back to our tents at night, in the dark by the Masai staff as a precaution as this is the wild. We had an amazing adventure."
- Barbara Mendes
"From the first moment I visited the site I was helped by a lady. From that moment on she helped me every time I needed a question to be answered. It was very personal and she remembered the earlier contact we had. No question was too much and there was a very quick response every time. the person I dealt with wasn't around every day, but there was always someone who could help. I am really looking forward to my trip and the way I could prepare things by using this site really helped with that"
- Wayne Gribling
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