Naboisho Camp is located in a young conservancy, with an endless scenery that remains untarnished by heavy tourism. By financially supporting the landowners and the surrounding communities, Naboisho Camp celebrates a spirit of "coming together" - the Masai definition of the camp's name.
The nine tents at Naboisho Camp emulate hotel suites set in the middle of the vast plain, surrounded by sights and sounds of the Kenyan wilderness. Defined by their sheer exclusivity, the safari-chic accommodations of Naboisho Camp are appointed with plush fabrics and ample living space, with modern bath facilities that include both and indoor and open-air outdoor shower options, double-basin sinks, and flush toilets. Their beauty is further enhanced by personal butler service and an indelibly intimate atmosphere—a testament to Naboisho’s name meaning ‘harmony’.
Anchoring Naboisho Camp is a lounge tent and dining tent where guests enjoy gourmet family-style meals and moments of respite between game drives and activities. The staff specializes in inventive dishes with bush breakfasts, picnics, and evening sundowners providing a more private dining experience. Everywhere, guests are met with an eco-sensitive mentality, from the low-impact canvas structures to the organic construction of the main lodge.
Surrounding Naboisho Camp is the 50,000 acre Naboisho Conservancy in Kenya, a lesser known wilderness corridor located in the far east of Kenya’s Mara/Serengeti ecosystem. There are only a handful of properties within the conservancy, meaning every safari experience is accompanied by a unique solitude that is almost unheard of in the Masai Mara. Here in this private corner of Kenya, the wildlife includes lion, cheetah, elephant, giraffe, wild dog, and a host of plains game. Plus, the camp’s recent establishment and the new presence of game vehicles is still a curiosity for the wildlife, making interactions incredibly special and intimate.
Naboisho Camp is particularly notable for its wide range of gaming activities. The camp’s Maasai guides lead expeditions on foot and by vehicle into the wilderness, with night drives, off-roading adventures, overnight fly camping, and wilderness picnics available as additional options. With every expedition and activity, Naboisho Camp ensures that this vast tract of conservancy wilderness and the many Maasai families that make their home here are around for generations to come.Request Information