A magical experience
We spent three days here as a birthday present to ourselves for our 50th birthdays. We could not have picked a better spot. We chose this camp based on the reviews on Tripadvisor and I am so glad we did. If you are looking for a high quality, personal safari experience this is the place to go. I cannot recommend it enough."
Traveller (US) | Stayed in July, 2013 at Naboisho Camp
Luxury in the bush
Fly Camp was my personal favorite. Roelof led an easy hike with animals, history, and botany along the way culminating at a remote camp with warm outdoor showers, excellent dinner, relaxed conversation round the fire, beautiful sunset, and a symphony of African noises. Night drives, early morning drives with breakfast along the way, Maasai Village visit and cultural exchange, large lion pride, and wake up call with hot chocolate in a huge luxurious private tent - it doesn't get any better than this!"
Cavan (US) | Stayed in July, 2013 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
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
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