Mara Naboisho ConservancyMara Naboisho Conservancy
Explore the plains of the conservancy through activities such as game viewing and fly camping.
Uncrowded and Pristine
Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a wildlife rich sanctuary whose south west section borders the famous Maasai Mara National Reserve. It is one of the conservancies in the Greater Mara area.
Mara Naboisho Conservancy was created to conserve the Mara ecosystem, and it is a partnership between Basecamp Foundation Kenya and 500 local landowners. A number of conservation projects take place on this conservancy, such as the big cat, the elephant and the lion projects. This enchanting conservancy has one of the largest lion pride in the region.
Camps and Lodges on Mara Naboisho Conservancy
Stay in luxury tented camps offering modern hospitality services. These camps have trained guides and a team of skilled hospitality staff. The camps are
- Asilia Naboisho Camp
- Wilderness Camp
- Basecamp Eagles View Camp
- Encounter Mara Camp
- Kicheche Valley Camp
- Ol Seki Hemingways Camp
- Porini Mara Camp
Things to do at Mara Naboisho Conservancy
Guests enjoy daily excursions on the beautiful plains of the conservancy. The conservancy controls the number of vehicles exploring the plains so guests can enjoy quiet, uncrowded game drives. Guests can settle for full day excursions or two short game drives. The thrilling night game drives are quite popular. View a range of elusive species under a red-filtered UV light and you will have discovered the true beauty of the Mara ecosystem.
Fly & Bush Camping
Carry camping essentials and enjoy a night under the stars in the middle of the plains. Listen to the cries of animals close to the fly camping spot from dawn to dusk. A guide will take you from the lodge to the fly camping spot in the rolling plains.
The Maasai community lives around the conservancy. Visit villages and schools to learn about a community that has defied civilisation and preserved its rich traditions and beliefs.
Discover smaller ecosystems that are often overlooked when you explore Mara Nabisco on foot. A professional guide will be by your side as you explore the habitats of birds and small mammals.