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Naboisho camp,Masai Mara

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Naboisho Camp

Masai Mara

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Naboisho Camp, situated in the Naboisho Conservancy adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve, offers an intimate and exclusive safari experience. The conservancy model provides a unique alternative to the sometimes crowded safari tours of the main reserve, promising both tranquility and an abundance of wildlife encounters.


With a limited number of tented suites, Naboisho Camp ensures a personalized and serene adventure. Each spacious tent is designed with comfort and elegance in mind, blending seamlessly into the natural surroundings while providing luxurious amenities. Guests can enjoy the tranquil sounds of the African bush from the privacy of their veranda.

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Wildlife and Activities

Naboisho Camp is renowned for its high concentration of wildlife, including lions, elephants, and the elusive leopard. The area is also a sanctuary for the endangered African wild dog. Guests can partake in guided walking safaris, night drives, and traditional game drives – all led by expert Maasai guides with an intimate knowledge of the land and its creatures.

Conservation and Community

Integral to the ethos of Naboisho Camp is the commitment to conservation and the empowerment of local communities. Tourism revenue from the camp benefits the conservancy directly, contributing to sustainable development projects and wildlife preservation initiatives. This symbiotic relationship enhances the guest experience by creating a meaningful and impactful journey.

Cultural Immersion

A stay at Naboisho Camp goes beyond wildlife viewing; it offers the chance to engage with the local Maasai culture. Cultural visits to nearby manyattas (Maasai villages) are an enriching part of the experience, where visitors can learn about the Maasai way of life, traditions, and customs.

Eco-Friendly Practices

Sustainability is at the heart of the camp’s operations. Environmentally friendly practices are implemented to ensure minimal impact on the pristine ecosystem. From energy conservation measures to water preservation efforts, every aspect of the camp’s functionality is designed to be eco-conscious.

Valid From:-1 June 2024 – 31 May 2025

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Additional Fees

  • Conservancy Fee (Year round):Adult $116.00 Child US$58
  • Asilia Conservation Charge (Year round) $5.00 per person

*All fees are subject to change                

2024-2025 Seasons

  • Green :1st – 31st May
  • Low :6th January – 31st March, 1st – 30th June, 1st November – 19th December 
  • High:1st – 5th January, 1st  July – 31st October, 20th – 31st December
  • Season closure :Naboisho Camp is closed from 1st – 30th April   

Child rates

  • Children below 5 years are not allowed unless the camp is booked exclusively
  • Child 5-18:-50 % of adult rate
  • Children below 12 should always share a room with an adult
  • Child 19 years and older                :full adult rate
  • If 1 adult sharing with 2 children, the adult pays the per person sharing rate and each child pays 50% of the adult rate.                                                                                                     

Rates include:Full board accommodation, conservancy bednight fee, all house drinks (except premium wines and champagne), game drives, night drives, walking safaris, transfers to/from nearest airstrip and to/from Naboisho Camp & limited laundry service.                                                                                                               

Rates exclude:Conservancy fees and other fees specified in the above table, cultural visits (US$ 30 per person), fly camping (US$ 175 per person), balloon safaris, transfers other than to/from nearest airstrip or Naboisho Camp, flying doctors/medical evacuation insurance, flights & airport taxes, gratuities, items of personal nature, additional lunch (picnic or in house) US$ 25pp                                                                                                      

Private vehicles:Rates do not include the use of a private vehicle.  Private vehicles with driver/guide can be booked at US$ 410 per vehicle per day (min. 2 days)     

Booking and Travel Information

Naboisho Camp can easily be accessed via chartered flight from Nairobi, landing at the nearby Ol Seki airstrip. For bookings, visitors are encouraged to contact the camp’s reservations team well in advance, especially during the peak safari season.

Indulge in the captivating wonders of the African wild with a retreat to Naboisho Camp – where luxury and adventure harmoniously coexist, all while supporting the conservation of one of the world’s most magnificent ecosystems.


Explore Camps in Close Proximity to Naboisho Camp

While Naboisho Camp offers a secluded and intimate safari experience, there are other nearby camps in the Masai Mara that provide similarly unforgettable adventures in the wild. Here’s a look at some of the camps in the vicinity:

Eagle View, Mara Naboisho

Perched atop a natural hilltop, Eagle View overlooks the Naboisho Conservancy and boasts stunning views of the savannah. This luxury eco-camp offers a comfortable yet authentic safari experience, combining modern amenities with opportunities to witness the region’s diverse wildlife.

Kicheche Valley Camp

Nestled in an idyllic valley rich with wildlife, Kicheche Valley Camp is an intimate luxury tented camp. This unfenced camp blends in with the surrounding environment, ensuring that guests have an up-close and personal connection with nature during their stay.

Ol Seki Mara Camp

Ol Seki Mara Camp is located on a private conservancy bordering the Masai Mara Reserve. With its panoramic views and luxurious tents, this camp offers privacy and exclusivity. The camp’s design ensures minimal environmental impact while providing maximum comfort.

Mara Porini Camp

Situated in the Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Mara Porini Camp offers the experience of being in the wild without the presence of large tourist crowds. With spacious tents, guests can delight in the peace of the African bush while contributing to the conservation and local community benefits.

Karen Blixen Camp

A tribute to the timeless tale of Karen Blixen, this camp is positioned on the bank of the Mara River. Karen Blixen Camp is an elegant and classic tented camp that provides a sense of the bygone era of African safaris with its attention to detail and service.

Each of these camps is within easy reach of the Naboisho Conservancy and provides guests with its own unique blend of luxury, wilderness adventure, and commitment to conservation. As you consider your Kenyan safari options, these surrounding accommodations are worth exploring for an extended exploration of the Masai Mara’s natural beauty.

Other Remarkable Asilia Africa Camps

Asilia Africa is renowned for its collection of exceptional camps and lodges across Kenya, each offering unique experiences while emphasizing sustainable tourism and conservation. Here are several other Asilia locations that promise unforgettable safari adventures:


Ol Pejeta Bush Camp

Situated in the heart of the Ol Pejeta Conservancy, this camp is known for its rhino conservation efforts and offers a quintessential safari experience. Guests can enjoy up-close wildlife encounters and partake in activities like game drives, bush walks, and even visits to the Sweetwaters Chimpanzee Sanctuary.

Encounter Mara

Nestled in the Naboisho Conservancy, Encounter Mara is the epitome of an authentic African tented safari camp. The camp promises excellent game-viewing possibilities with its eco-friendly design and conservation ethos. Guided walks and community visits provide a deeper understanding of the Maasai Mara ecosystem.

Asilia Rekero Camp

Perfectly positioned for the Great Migration, Rekero Camp sits alongside the Talek River in the Mara region. The comfortable tents offer strategic view points for observing the vast herds and the predators that follow. This camp merges adventure with luxury for a truly epic safari.


Dunia Camp

Located in the central Serengeti, Dunia Camp is run by a primarily female staff and offers an intimate experience with the spectacular wildlife of Tanzania. Here, guests can witness the wildebeest calving season or go on year-round game drives to see the Big Five.

Namiri Plains

Previously closed for 20 years to create a safe haven for cheetahs, Namiri Plains now invites guests to experience solitude and exceptional big cat sightings in the eastern Serengeti. This camp is a hidden gem for wildlife enthusiasts and photographers alike.

The Highlands

Offering a unique location on the edge of the Olmoti volcano, The Highlands stands out with its contemporary geodesic dome tents. Guests can enjoy a range of activities including hikes, cultural visits, and exploring the Ngorongoro Crater, renowned for its dense wildlife population.

Each Asilia camp is committed to providing an unmatched safari experience while preserving the incredible landscapes and wildlife of Africa. Guests can rest assured their stay contributes to the sustainable development of these remarkable regions.

Guest Feedback for Naboisho Camp

Jonathan and Alicia Smith – Seattle, USA

“Our stay at Naboisho Camp was truly a dream come true. From the moment we arrived, we were treated with such warmth and kindness. The tented suites were luxurious and provided the perfect backdrop to the incredible sights and sounds of the African bush. Our Maasai guides were knowledgeable and passionate, which made our wildlife drives and walking safaris unforgettable. We can’t recommend Naboisho Camp enough for anyone looking for an authentic and luxurious safari experience.”

Lukas Müller – Berlin, Germany

“Ich hatte eine unvergessliche Zeit im Naboisho Camp. Die Nähe zur Natur und die Stille der Masai Mara waren sehr beeindruckend. Besonders hervorzuheben sind die Bemühungen des Camps im Bereich Nachhaltigkeit und der Unterstützung der lokalen Gemeinschaften. Die Tierbegegnungen waren spektakulär und die Führungen durch die Maasai waren ein absolutes Highlight. Ich werde sicher wieder kommen!”

Priya Gupta – Mumbai, India

“Naboisho Camp is a gem in the Masai Mara landscape. The dedication to conservation and the insights offered into the Maasai culture made our visit not just a trip but a learning experience. Seeing the African wild dogs was a rare treat, and the community visits deeply touched us. Additionally, the food was exceptional, and the staff’s attention to detail made us feel at home. This is a place where luxury meets adventure, and we loved every minute of it!”