Naboisho is a tented camp in the heart of the Masai Mara. It is ideally situated to see the annual wildebeest migration between July and October.
Naboisho Camp Highlights
Naboisho ("coming together”) Camp, is a tented camp situated close to the Masai Mara border with the Serengeti. It is ideally located to see the annual wildebeest migration between July and October each year. The camp is a community driven initiative to create a wildlife conservation and tourism area that supports the livelihoods of the landowners and surrounding communities. Naboisho Camp is situated in the Naboisho Conservancy (a 50,000 acre area) that lies to the far east of the Mara/Serengeti Ecosystem.
- Overlooks a hippo pool
- One of the best mobile camps in Masai Mara!
- Hosted by the Beaton family & Jackson from BBC’s Big Cat Diaries
- Walking safaris and 4x4 game drives offered
- Maasai & Il Dorobo guides
Naboisho Camp Game Viewing and Activities
The Masai Mara National Reserve occupies a 320 sq kilometre chunk of the famous Serengeti plains in Kenya and is inhabited by many of Africa's popular wild animals. Lions, cheetah, leopard, elephant, black rhino and hippos can be found roaming the famous rolling grasslands. There are over 500 resident birds in the park including lark, ostrich, sunbird and 57 species of birds of prey. It is also the place for one of nature's best spectacles, the Great Migration. Each year thousands of wildebeest and zebra cross the crocodile infested waters in order to reach for fertile grazing in the Masai Mara. Kongoni, topi, Thompson's gazelle, waterbuck, hyena and the primates can also be found roaming the Masai Mara. Naboishi is ideally located in the Masai Mara to see the wildebeest migration from July to October.
Saruni Mara is a small boutique lodge situated in a private conservation area outside the Masai Mara National Reserve in Kenya, one of the most incredible wildlife parks in Africa. Saruni Mara is small and offers an exclusive personal safari experience catering for only 12 guests at a time.