Immerse yourself in this prime wildlife area. Explore the Acacia-dotted plains without the crowds. Soak up the wisdom of the Maasai guides. And connect with nature in a way you didnít dream possible. At the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, you can.
Because the Mara Naboisho Conservancy is not governed by the same rules that apply to national parks, there is the flexibility to experience something truly profound and to see and do things not possible in the Masai Mara National Reserve. The passion and expertise of the guides at the conservancy facilitate this experience.
Take a walking safari and discover ecosystems that are so often ignored. Spend the night in a transient fly camp and enjoy the simple pleasure of a meal cooked over a campfire. Head out on a night game drive in search of elusive nocturnal creatures that are rarely seen during the day. Or join the Mara Naboisho Lion Project as they track lions across the conservancy. If your interests extend beyond wildlife to include the indigenous people and culture, a visit to one of the Maasai villages on the edges of the conservancy can be arranged.
Variety is what distinguishes the exceptional from the mundane. Whatever things you would like to see and do, at the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, you have the freedom to choose. And that makes all the difference.
The Mara Naboisho conservancy offers the widest range of things to see and do in the Masai Mara ecosystem. Learn more in our travel guide.
Most camps at Mara Naboisho in the Masai Mara ecosystem will offer the option of one full-day game drive, or two shorter game drives during the day. You will either depart from the camp early with a packed breakfast and return for lunch and an afternoon game drive, or enjoy a slightly more leisurely start to the day with breakfast at the camp and a packed lunch to enjoy your game drive out on the plains.Read more
Night game drives offer the opportunity to explore a range of nocturnal wildlife that is generally unseen during the daylight hours. Under the powerful beam of a red-filtered UV light even the most frequently seen animal can take on an entirely new shape or appearance.Read more
On foot, you gain a very different perspective of the safari experience. Your senses are heightened as you begin to look for the slightest flicker of movement through the bushes, or the faintest sound coming from ahead.
Setting out on a walking safari in the Masai Mara ecosystem not only offers you the chance to stretch your legs, but also the opportunity to focus on some of the smaller ecosystems that are often overlooked from the height of a vehicle.Read more
A fly or bush camp is a lightweight campsite set up exclusively for your party. It carries the minimum requirements for a comfortable night, but the emphasis is on the experience of cooking dinner around the campfire, enjoying the sounds of the night, and sleeping in a lightweight tent out under the stars in the Masai Mara.Read more
Many of the guides working in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy are from the communities and villages surrounding the conservancy. If you are interested in incorporating a Maasai cultural visit into your itinerary, there is a very good chance that your guide will take you either to the Maasai village where he grew up, or to a village where he has friends or relatives.Read more