In the heart of the Masai Mara Game Reserve, Naibor Camp offers exclusive luxury among the woodlands and plains that define this region. Hidden next to the Talek River, guests of Naibor find themselves in a prime location for game viewing, adventure, and relaxation.
Naibor camp’s unique design marries the remoteness of the bush with contemporary style and comfort. An intimate collection of seven tents are perched next to the Talek River, secluded in their natural surroundings. Pale canvas ceilings cover the spacious suites, which include king beds made from local fig-wood, plush sofas, and wool rugs. En-suite bathrooms are furnished with his and hers basins, flush toilets and safari showers.
Ideal for families and groups traveling together, Little Naibor comprises two luxurious tented suites, joined by a lounge and verandah. Each suite features both a master and twin bedroom with separate bathrooms, plus their own open-air fireplace and dining area overlooking the Talek. A dedicated staff is available for the exclusive use of guests of Little Naibor, adding to the luxury of the privileged accommodations.
The main camp’s outdoor fireplace, lounge, and dining area overlooks the river, where the resident pod of hippos are regularly seen relaxing. Visit the adjacent spa tent for a blissful array of massage and beauty treatments. Guests find additional respite between activities and before dinner upon the deck’s plush floor cushions and sofas. Lounge and marvel at the resident chefs as they prepare meals with fresh local ingredients, served family style at the banquet table or in the privacy of the suites.
Naibor’s central location in the Mara is ideal for viewing a variety of game year round, especially during the migration season. Wildebeest sightings are plentiful, as the camp is strategically placed very near their crossing points on the Mara River. Luxurious amenities tag along on game drives as all game vehicles are equipped with portable refrigerators stocked with chilled drinks. Beyond game drives, bush picnics and sundowners are popular activities, taking place in the early mornings and late afternoons when wildlife is generally more active. Walking safaris, visits to nearby Maasai communities, and unforgettable ballooning trips over the Mara can also be arranged by the Naibor staff. Go here to learn more about Naibor Camp.Request Information