Because the Mara Naboisho Conservancy
is not governed by the same rules that apply to national parks, there is the flexibility to experience something truly profound on your safari holiday and to see and do things not possible in the Masai Mara National Reserve. The passion and expertise of the guides at Naboisho facilitate this experience.
Take a walking safari and discover ecosystems that are so often ignored. Spend the night in a transient fly camp and enjoy the simple pleasure of a meal cooked over a campfire. Head out on a night game drive in search of elusive nocturnal creatures that are rarely seen during the day. Or join the Mara Naboisho Lion Project
as they track lions across the conservancy. If your interests extend beyond wildlife to include the indigenous people and culture, a visit to one of the Maasai villages on the edges of the conservancy can be arranged.
Variety is what distinguishes the exceptional from the mundane. Whatever things you would like to see and do, at the Mara Naboisho Conservancy
, you have the freedom to choose. And that makes all the difference.
There is no better way to experience the wilderness of East Africa than on foot, and at Naboisho Camp you’ll find one of the best walking-safari guides on the continent.
Roelof Schutte, who is also the manager of this intimate eight-tent camp, has years of experience in tracking and exploring on foot which allows him to lead adventurous guests into pristine, but otherwise inaccessible, corners of the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. You’ll get up close to herds of giraffe grazing lazily on the tops of the ever-present acacias, while a sudden halt could indicate the presence of lion nearby. Buffalo, elephant or topi are just a handful of the other species regularly encountered by guests exploring on foot.