• Naboisho Camp, Kenya

About Naboisho Camp - Naboisho Conservancy, Masai Mara

Naboisho, meaning ‘come together’ is the name of the newly formed 50,000 acre conservancy in which this wonderfully intimate and luxurious camp is set. Among the untouched wildlife of the far east of the Mara eco-system, unfenced to the wild range of animals, the camp has beautiful views of the game-rich plains to the south and scenic valleys to the west, in an area dotted with acacias. This is a brand new area from which to experience the stunning wildlife and dramatic scenery of the Mara.

The camp is being run by previous Rekero managers and uses guides and staff partly from its sister camp to ensure the same high level of personal attention. Set to be one of the best spots to go in Kenya, this is a must for anyone looking for that exclusive experience in the Masai Mara.

With a range of wildlife having been documented here, from big cats to game, you won’t be disappointed…

Lodge Details


A luxurious tented bush camp.


In the newly formed Naboisho Conservancy, close to the Enniskeria river region, an area abundant with wildlife, due to its permanent pools. The camp is in a valley, sprinkled with acacias, tents among the rocky outcrops and trees of the bush. Naboisho Camp is about a 4 hour drive from Nairobi or a 40 minute scenic game drive from the Mara Siana airstrip.

Accommodation & Facilities

Each of the nine spacious tents have ample space and are completely insect proof, facing east to watch the spectacular African sun rise above the horizon. En-suite bathrooms have a flushing toilet, running water, shower and a dresser and rooms are fully furnished to provide an extraordinary level of comfort, with everything from the sublimely large beds, to lounge chairs and luggage racks. Keeping the traditional feel of a bush camp, these tents have incorporated a fresh feel with a private veranda and day bed to relax and enjoy the views. Tents are at least 25 metres apart for complete privacy and there are two family tents with adjoining room for those in groups.

In the main area there is a comfortable lounge and elegant dining area where you will enjoy evening meals and a drink at the bar.


The cuisine is delicious yet relaxed, served outdoors whenever possible or round the large family table. Private meals can be arranged on request, but there is a real feel of unity here and part of the experience is sharing tales over your tasty meals. Breakfast can be served at 6.30am before your first game drive, as a picnic during or at the camp afterwards. Lunch is usually a buffet with some fresh local cheeses and fruit, afternoon tea and cakes is usually served before your afternoon/evening drive, then snacks are available before your 3 course gourmet dinner. Hot drinks, as well as soft and alcoholic drinks are available at all times and special diets can be catered for, but given the remoteness of the location, notice needs to be given in advance.


The main activity here is game drives; usually you will enjoy a picnic breakfast or lunch along the way, or in the late afternoon, a sundowner with tea. Game drives can be mixed and matched with walking safaris, or you can go for an entire day. Vehicles are specially adapted so each guest is guaranteed a window seat. You can also visit a Maasai Manyatta to see how the Maasai communities live today. Fly camping is soon to be offered.

Child Policy

Children welcome and a family tent is available.

Want to stay here?

Contact one of our Destination Specialists to start planning your journey to include a stay here. Please note we recommend a budget of from £7,000 / $10,000 USD per person for our style of trip to this destination.

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