Fodor's Expert Review Naboisho Camp
Naboisho Conservancy, Masai Mara Reserve, Narok, Kenya
Quite possibly the best camp in all of the Mara area Naboisho Camp is in the 50,000-acre Naboisho Conservancy, which was established only a few years ago. According to the camp's manager, the density of wildlife increases every year. While you take your breakfast under the shade of an acacia tree, you're likely to see herds of antelope grazing the plains, a handful of giraffes nibbling at the trees, and numerous zebras mingling between wildebeest, impala, and buffaloes. Along with all the big game, the Nabiosho Conservancy has also become home to a large pride of lions, as well as the rare wild dog. Naboisho Camp is exceptionally well designed, and each of the eight spacious tents are set well apart from one another, giving you that beautiful sense of having the bush entirely to yourself. Tents are tastefully decorated and all have en suite bathrooms with indoor and outdoor bucket showers. The comfortable dining and lounge areas extend out onto a wooden deck, where you can while away your time in comfortable couches, G&T in hand, viewing game close by. The couple who manage the camp have two young daughters and have introduced many special features that make this a wonderful family destination. All activities, from game walks and drives to learning to shoot with a bow and arrow, are included in the price.
- the guides at this camp are excellent
- the area is very exclusive
- there are two family tents
- no Wi-Fi
Rate Includes: All-inclusive