Naboisho Camp

Asilia Camps-Masai Mara Kenya
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Adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve, the 200km 2 Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a ground-breaking success story of conservation and community development. The conservancy experience boasts a variety of activities amidst spectacular year-round game viewing with high concentrations of predators, combined with authentic community interaction. In the heart of it all is the recently upgraded Naboisho, a stylish haven with nine elegant tents, offering a level of safari solitude almost unheard of so close to the Masai Mara.

Naboisho Camp offers nine spacious and beautifully furnished tents. And because it’s based in a private conservancy adjacent to the Masai Mara National Reserve, Naboisho is one of the best camps for your safari in the Mara, known for its amazing guiding. A Kenyan safari at Naboisho goes beyond the usual game drives. Explore the Mara on foot, keep your eyes peeled on a night drive or spend an unforgettable night camping in the bush for a real safari adventure. With 266 species of birds to spot, there are also ample birdwatching opportunities.
  • Open: May to March
    Closed: April
  • Closest airstrip: Mara Ol Seki, 45-minute drive from camp
  • Families: children aged five and older
  • July/August to November

Accommodation & Amenities

Naboisho Camp is designed to be as open as possible, taking full advantage of the Mara surroundings. Spot wildlife from the lounge and dining area or whilst you relax in the swimming pool, and dine with the sights and sounds of the bush as your entertainment,  be it the whoops of hyenas at night or the fluttering of weaver birds in the morning. You’ll be taken care of by our warm and hospitable team, all are highly experienced and have worked together for years.

Experiences-Close to nature

Naboisho Camp’s location within a private conservancy offers guests a variety of ways to get closer to nature and the local culture. Activities such as walking safaris, night game drives, fly camping, and authentic community interactions, which are not possible within the national parks and reserves, are available to guests of the conservancies, offering a truly intimate experience of the wilderness.

Experiences-A typical day on safari at Naboisho Camp

Game drives head out in the early morning and late afternoon when the temperatures are cooler and animals, especially predators, are more active. The exact times differ with the seasons. If you have opted for a private vehicle, you can decide on your schedule, but the below is a good example of what to expect. Generally, you’ll start your day bright and early with a wake-up call and tea or coffee. Enjoy breakfast before you depart for your morning game drive (or have it packed as a picnic to take along). You’ll arrive back in camp mid-morning, with a chance to freshen up before lunch. After a leisurely lunch, enjoy siesta time. Read a book, take a swim or just relax and enjoy the views. Refuel with an afternoon tea before departing for an afternoon/evening game drive with sundowners. You’ll be back in time for drinks and dinner – the perfect chance to unwind after a long day in the bush.
  • Day & Night Game drives
  • Walking safaris
  • Photographic safari
  • Fly Camping
  • Children’s Safari Programme-Our guides are great with kids. Many of them are parents themselves and love taking children on safari. They can teach them bush skills such as how to track animals, while telling Maasai folktales and stories about life in the Mara. We can plan games or visit a local school to meet future pen pals and learn more about Maasai culture.
  • Cultural and Community Visits
  • Hot-air balloon rides
  • Family safaris-Naboisho is a great destination for families, with two dedicated family tents and a range of special activities for children. Here are some of the fun experiences we can organise for kids: 

Naboisho Camp Rates

1 June 2023 – 31 May 2024

Naboisho Camp has a Dynamic Discount Policy that ranges from 7%-25%,check out your discount at the time of booking           

Sharing (pp)45380711951287
Triple (pp)40872610761158

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                                                                                                

2023-2024 Seasons

  • Green :1 – 31 May 2024 
  • Low :1 – 30 Jun 2023,1 Nov – 19 Dec 2023,6 Jan – 31 Mar 2024
  • High :1 – 31 Jul 2023,1 Sep – 31 Oct 2023,20 – 31 Dec 2023 & 1 – 5 Jan 2024
  • Peak :1 – 31 Aug 2023

Naboisho Camp Rates

1 June 2024 – 31 May 2025
Sharing (pp)63011231790
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Triple (pp)56710111611

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)     

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