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Overall Increadible Experience

First off, all of the facilities are gorgeous. The tents are more comfortable and beautiful than most high-end hotel rooms. Complete with toilet, double sink, indoor and outdoor showers, small writing desk, sitting areas, comfortable beds and linens, etc. The main hall offers a variety of sitting and eating arrangements. The dining table was moved to sit before a beautiful fireplace one night when there was a little chill in the air. The food was fresh, delicious, and offered several times a day at a caliber of a fine restaurant. The hosts, Roelof and Helen, were warm, knowledgeable, friendly, and helpful. One or both of them joined us for each meal.
The best part, however, was the bush hikes. Each morning we were awoken with a coffee/tea service and hot water for showers before dawn. We met at the main hall at 6:00 for a quick breakfast of porridge, fruit, and toast, and then headed out on foot with Roelof. Our group was in good shape and wanted a nice long hike, so we were out for 4-5 hours immersed in the bush with the animals. It was such an incredible experience to feel like we were out there, in the real and natural habitat with all of these animals. We saw lions, elephants, baboons, giraffes, zebra, gazelles, bees, hippos, and many, many more. I'm not much of a bird person, but even I could see there were hundreds of beautiful birds flying and calling around us. Roelof was a wealth of information and I could see he has a real love for the animals and nature. He would take us quietly up to safe viewing distance from the animals and we would just watch them for a few minutes and then quietly sneak away, sometimes they didn't even know we were there.
Overall it was an incredible experience. I want to thank my lucky stars for bringing me there."
Cmacek (USA) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

Naboisho Camp: a child friendly camp

Sophie V (South Africa) We stayed at Naboisho camp for 3 nights and took our 3 year old girl.
We were a bit anxious to take our little girl to East Africa but we are very glad we did. It was such a fantastic family experience. The camp managers also have 2 little girls so it was such a child friendly holiday.

We had the most stunning sundowners on the plains under an acacia tree. Kids running around and parents drinking gin tonics. The camp staff organized activities for the children to keep them busy and there were babysitters available at night.

During the day we took them on 1 or 2 drives and this went also very well because the guides were so professional. We can really recommend this Asilia Africa camp."
Sophie V (South Africa) | Stayed in May, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

Unforgettable!

I was fortunate to be able to spend 3 days in this paradise that is Naboisho camp. I can say that I was very well treated on days we stayed in this camp, everything was perfect, beautifully decorated tent, super nice lounge, the tasty meals, a call out of the ordinary where unique and special attention is given to each tent occupant by everyone from the manager to the Maasai warriors. I totally recommend to stay in this camp, I loved the Walking Safari which was a great experience along with Roelf which is an extremely skilled professional and provides total security and peace of mind for participants in this type of game where you can be in more intimate interaction of animals and their home. The manager Moses was really helpful providing us with various information and allowing total enchantment with the region and with nature. Helen, the manager, assured a flawless dinner on our marriage anniversary which was unforgettable. There is a great shop with good prices of original products from the Maasai, we recommend that you buy these because it is not easy to find this kind of product in Africa. The night drive was good but the games during the day and the picnic were more interesting because the place is fabulous. Stay in Naboisho and in the sequence go to Rekero because you will be making the best choice and perfect combination! Lucas and Bejamim formed a perfect team with a high level of knowledge not only of the region but also the fauna and flora. Perfect camp!!!"
Douglas A (Rio de Jeneiro) | Stayed in February, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

Exceeded All Expectations!

My wife and I were going to Nairobi for a business meeting and had three days available for a vacation on this our first visit to Africa. After much online research we ending up choosing Naboisho Camp and were extremely happy with the decision.
My wife is vegetarian and they cooked a special – and tasty – main course for her for every meal without making it seem like it was extra work. The walking safari was the highlight for me. Getting close to the ground and learning about the interactions between animals, insects and plants was excellent. It was incredible to just walk through the land and encounter animals at their level and without vehicle sounds. The staff, hosts and even the management of the company – in camp for a visit – demonstrated that they care about the health of the conservancy, the local people and the animals. They are leaders in responsible tourism in the area.They bill themselves as a small luxury safari tented camp with personal service and deliver on it with everything they did. As long as you understand what the accommodations are then you will have a great time. I could not find fault with any part of the stay and never felt service was insincere. We would spend the money again. I hope to return in the future and have already recommended it to family members."
JClinton (US) | Stayed in February, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

Amazing!

My family (husband and 2 boys) visited Naboisho about 2 weeks ago and if there were more than 5 stars this camp deserves it! Helen and Roelof are amazing hosts; thinking of all of the things that would make this a special experience. Our guides, Daniel and Lucas, were so engaging with us and our boys (age 10 & 13). All of the staff, especially Moses, Albert and Johnson, were very fun to be with and played games, shot arrows and made fire with our boys. I am pretty sure Daniel is magic because we saw every animal we wanted on our drives including a cheetah take down a grand gazelle and some elder lions "kicking out" the young lions so they can find their own pride. Epic! I cannot recommend this camp and the wonderful people enough!"
RennerFam (US) | Stayed in February, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

Unforgettable and Amazing!

Camp Naboisho was the perfect beginning to our 6-week trip across Africa in January 2014. Roelof and Helen, the camp managers, did everything to make us feel comfortable and welcome. The tents were spacious and very comfortable. The beds were excellent. Since we were fortunate to be the only guests Helen arranged dinner according to whenever we returned from our game drives and were ready to eat. Either one or both Helen and Roelof would join us for breakfast and dinner telling us about the Naboisho Conservancy, how the camp functioned and their experiences. Usually we would sit around the campfire visiting before dinner.

Our 2 drivers/guides, Dennis and Wilson were excellent. They were lots of fun to be with as well as being excellent at finding the animals day and night. We saw lots of animals. It was a treat to be able to go on an evening game drive. As the sun was setting we stopped, Dennis and Wilson set up a table, placed a tablecloth on it and set out drinks and snacks. We watched the sun set before continuing on our game drive.

There were so many special moments that will never be forgotten that were created by Helen, Roelof, Dennis, Wilson and the rest of the Naboisho team."
Kakeeter (US) | Stayed in January, 2014 at Naboisho Camp

A celebration of the Maasai and the Mara

The involvement of Naboisho Camp and other camps in the welfare of the community was also apparent when I visited villages, a school and a clinic. One of the most enjoyable experiences was visiting a guiding school within the conservancy set up exclusively for Maasai students. I also enjoyed herding cattle! I found it all such an enlightening, enjoyable experience and it has changed my perception of safaris forever."
Anton Crone (South Africa) | Stayed in March, 2013 at Naboisho Camp

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