Naboisho Camp is located in the eponymous Mara Naboisho conservancy, bordering the Masai Mara national reserve. This is prime game-viewing territory and an excellent location to try and see the Big Five, but without the higher numbers of tourists found in some areas of the main park.
The company who own and run Naboisho Camp (and many others across East Africa), Asilia, have a strong conservation and community focus which comes across in every facet of the guest experience here, no matter what their age.
The guides in particular are experts at tailoring the safari experience to children of any age (many of them are parents themselves), and there is a wealth of activities to take part in – spoor tracking, dung identification, spear throwing, star gazing, local community visits, baking and more!
For families of 4 or more, a private safari vehicle is guaranteed – a vital component of a successful day’s game viewing with children.
The warm and welcoming hospitality is second to none, helped no doubt by the fact that most team member at this camp have worked together for years. We believe this really shows.
We have sent many a happy family on safari here, and as Naboisho Camp continues to go from strength to strength, we don’t see this changing any time soon.
Coral Tree luxury rating
Number of rooms
9 tents, including two family tents
Aged 5 and over
Why we love it
"Excellent family tents that get you close to the wild, phenomenal guiding and a conservancy bursting with predators”
Tess, Coral Tree founder
Key Highlights & Amenities
- Private and quiet private game conservancy - Mara Naboisho
- Day and night game drives
- Swimming pool
- Walking safaris and cultural visits
- Visit a local school
- Mara Elephant Project, Mara Predator Conservation Project and Ol Chorro Rhino Project can all be visited from Naboisho