A harmonious balance between nature and nurture


Facilities & services

  • Nine suites with two family tents
  • Swimming pool
  • Dining and lounge area


  • Game drives
  • Night drives
  • Walking safaris
  • Off-road driving
  • Fly camping
  • Cultural visits

Nestled in the 50 000-acre Mara Naboisho Conservancy, the intimate Naboisho Camp delicately balances a wilderness experience with the luxury comforts desired by a discerning traveller. This camp also focuses on the conservation of the area and makes every effort to uplift the local community through several programmes and the Mara Naboisho Conservancy.

Naboisho Camp is composed of the main lodge with nine luxurious tented suites and two-family tents. Each of the spacious tents features en-suite facilities complete with hot running water and flushing toilets and both indoor and outdoor bush showers. King-sized beds will ensure that you get a good night’s sleep and a day bed can be found on each of the large verandas for an afternoon snooze. The large screen windows throughout will help you to experience the sights and sounds of the Kenyan wilderness at all times.

The dining area and lounge can be found in a thatched area, with wooden decks that offer great viewing out onto a watering hole. You’ll also benefit from the attention of a personal butler and high levels of personalised service at every turn.

Positive Impact

Environmental and community programme

This camp has established an environmental and community programme – Twende Porin. As part of this programme, every year a group of children from local communities in the areas surrounding their camps, including Naboisho, are hosted for five days in one of the camps where they learn about wildlife and the environment. Lessons are combined with games and fun activities, such as playing sports, talent shows, and storytelling to help the children learn about sustainable tourism and conservation, and the benefits that these have for them and their families.

A supporter of a scholarship programme

Each year, the camp’s owning company, Asilia Africa, conduct interviews in the communities surrounding their camps to identify candidates who’ll receive scholarships for further education and training in the tourism industry. This successful project has resulted in 38 scholarships being awarded to date – a number that is growing all the time.

The Mara Naboisho Conservancy

The Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a prime example of the power of partnership. Ten years ago, this critical 200km2 wildlife corridor bordering the famous Masai Mara Reserve was degraded and threatened as a result of intensive herding and various tourism activities. The roughly 500 families that lived in this region were facing dark times. Asilia took the lead and reached out to five other ecotourism operators, forming a community wildlife conservancy together with the local Maasai. Their camp Naboisho is found within this exceptional conservancy, helping to protect this precious wildlife habitat.

Partner of the Maa Trust

The camp work with the Maa Trust, their social development partner, who reach out to them whenever the need arises and allows them the opportunity to assist wherever possible within the local communities surrounding the camp.

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