SETTING THE BAR FOR THE AFRICA EXPERIENCE
I recently took my 94 year old mother on a safari, (her idea), and had been thrilled with the camps we visited in Tanzania, didn't think they could be topped. But Naboisho Camp proved me wrong. The education about the conservancy was so interesting. The animals were visible (and audible) from our tent. And then there were Daniel and Radika, our guides, who were so helpful and fun. Just can't say enough about what a wonderful place this was!"
Carol (US) | Stayed in September, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
A WORLD APART
To sit around a roaring fire under an African sky sharing stories with our hosts was a rare treat. The tents were luxurious but retained the sense that we were staying in the wilds; the outdoor showers were a pleasure and a novelty. The food was exquisite, and the managers', Helen and Roelof, hospitality unrivalled."
Rowan G (UK) | Stayed in August, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
A HOME AWAY FROM HOME
I took my girlfriend on a trip around Eastern Africa and stayed at some exquisite places in all the countries, but out of all the places we stayed, Naboisho Camp left the deepest impression. Naboisho was like our home away from home."
Alister (Australia) | Stayed in October, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
Naboisho Camp | Stayed in October, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
It was our first trip to Africa and Naboisho Camp was a fantastic setting for our safari experience! The tents were luxurious and welcoming. We were right in the bush."
RKal123 (US) | Stayed in July, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
IF YOU LIKE SAFARIS, YOU'LL LOVE THIS PLACE
We had a truly wonderful time and Naboisho Camp exceeded our already high expectations. (…) The conservancy and the Mara were teeming in game and we were particularly lucky on the leopard front with our guide Benjamin leading us straight to the action two nights in succession."
Peter (UK) | Stayed in October, 2012 at Naboisho Camp
A VERY SPECIAL PLACE
If you like bush walking (or would like to try) this is the place – Roelof’s passion is bush walking and is probably one of the most accomplished walking guides in Africa - on our morning walk we encountered three cheetah brothers hunting and female lions with young cubs – very exciting, but always safe and respectful with Roelof."
Ian (UK) | Stayed in November, 2012 at Naboisho Camp