Little Naibor Camp
Little Naibor Camp is located within the immediate vicinity of Naibor Camp, and is made up of two spacious suites which are uniquely designed.
Little Naibor Camp Highlights
The Masai Mara Reserve is famous for its Big Cats. Apart from the big cats the Masai is famous for the world's greatest natural spectacle, the Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti taking place from July to October. For locally crafted gifts, guests may purchase items crafted by locals of the Masai Tribe at the Naibor Shop. The shop is specifically aimed at providing an outlet for locally made Masai crafts and arts - providing the Maasai people with a market for their artistic talents.
- Little Naibor is located within the vicinity of Naibor Camp, Masai Mara, Kenya.
- The camp is located in an area which is home to the local Masai Tribe.
- A popular event to witness at Little Naibor is the annual Great Migration.
- Little Naibor is ideal for nature enthusiasts and photographers.
Little Naibor Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The Masai Mara boasts astonishing amount of game within the area. Game to be spotted are gazelle, wildebeest and zebra, who graze in large numbers, and where prey is found so are predators. The famous black-maned Mara lions are residents to the area, and can only be seen here. The reserve is also home to cheetah, elephant, kongoni, topi, Thompson's gazelle, waterbuck, hyena, and primates. Every year the Masai Mara hosts the world's greatest event, the Great Migration, where wildebeest and zebra from the Serengeti mirgrate. From July to October the Mara plains attracts more than 1.3 million wildebeest together in a single massive herd. Activities at Little Naibor include a drive out from the camp daily to observe and photograph the extraordinary concentrations of wildlife. Guests are take on game drives with 4X4 wheel vehicles which are open sided with canvas tops and contain built in fridges with ice cold drinks available. The game drives are ideal for observing and photographing the wildlife. The guides are all knowledgeable and professional. After a long day of game driving, guests can settle down with a bush meal and sundowners where the surrounding bush can be enjoyed with a few drinks and snacks as the sun sets. Cultural visits to the nearby Masai communities, just outside Maasai Mara Reserve, can be arranged. Hot air ballooning is a popular activity for guests to explore as the reserve can be viewed from a birds vision.