Mara North Conservancy
Mara North is situated along the Mara River towards the north of the main reserve in the south-western corner of Kenya, this conservancy covers 30,000 hectares and was established in 2009 as a non-profit organisation to help provide a sustainable tourism framework for the local communities. With lower density of tourism vehicles, you will enjoy a more exclusive and authentic safari, using as a base the low-key Elephant Pepper camp, very private Mara House, classical Karen Blixen camp, or tented Kicheche Mara Camp.
Naboisho meaning ‘come together’ in Maa dialect, this conservancy was formed in 2010 and is situated immediately north and east of the Masai Mara National Reserve, covering just over 20,000 hectares through which the annual wildebeest and zebra migration passes. Owned by the local Maasai, the land is protected and managed to allow low numbers of tourists whilst allowing the wildlife and local Maasai culture to thrive. The exclusive and spectacular Naibosho Camp and Kicheche Naibosho Camp will host your expert-led explorations to see a wide range of wildlife in the area.
Olare Orok Conservancy
Exclusive and expensive, Olare Orok is a groundbreaking conservancy bordering the reserve to the north-west. In this partnership, local Maasai landowners have cleared their homes and cattle to provide a sanctuary for the wildlife of the area. The pristine area is excellent for grazing, resulting in prolific game viewing and predatory action, as well as elephants and even rhino, in unspoiled territory. Start your adventures from the private cottage of Topi House, unfenced and luxurious Kicheche Bush Camp, intimate Porini Lion Camp or stunning Mara Plains Camp.