The Mara Naboisho Conservancy spans 50,000 acres of communal and wildlife conservation reserve and is located in Kenya’s Great Rift Valley. Mara Nabiosho is bordered on the southwest by the world-famous Maasai Mara National Reserve, on the west by the Olare Orok Conservancy, and the east by the Ol Kinyei Conservancy. Visitors to Mara Naboisho enjoy amazing wildlife sightings – day and night – thanks to its high concentration of species and low tourism density. The Conservancy is home to a large number of big cats, as well as elephants, giraffes, wildebeest, and other animals.
The conservancy provides Maasai landowners with the opportunity to protect their land and wildlife while increasing their wealth. By visiting the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, safari-goers can help safeguard the Maasai community’s traditional legacy and improve their access to essential services.
The reserve is home to a large number of big cats. It has one of the highest lion densities in the world, with over 100 lions living nearby. The reserve is home to the largest pride in the Greater Mara Region, which consists of 20 lions. Additionally, elephants, giraffes, wildebeests, and zebra herds are found in abundance. It's also where Kenya's unique wild dog can be found. Naboisho, in addition to the quantity of resident game, serves as a migration route for hundreds of thousands of animals between the Masai Mara National Reserve and the Loita Plains. The Conservancy exists to ensure that migratory patterns and cycles are neither disrupted nor forced to change.
Late June to early October is the best time to visit the Masai Mara, as this is when the wildebeest migration is at its peak. However, midsummer can be crowded, so safari-goers are encouraged to visit at the beginning or end of the season for an incredible nature experience without the crowds.
Because the Mara Naboisho Conservancy is not subject to the same regulations as national parks, it allows safari-goers to enjoy an unforgettable experience and see and do things that are not possible in the Masai Mara National Reserve. The guides' enthusiasm and knowledge make this an enjoyable experience.
Safari-goers to Nabiosho can enjoy a walking safari and discover the biodiversity of the region that is often overlooked. Furthermore, those choosing this destination can enjoy a fly-in safari with a delicious meal cooked over a fire. Night game drives are popular and nocturnal species are abundant. In the Conservancy, guests can also join the Mara Naboisho Lion Project and track lions across the landscape.
Mara Nabiosho Conservancy boasts an exclusive accommodation experience for its guests. There are only nine camps in the entire conservancy, meaning guests can enjoy access to impressive wildlife experiences and nature without the crowds of bigger reserves. Each accommodation offers a unique stay, and all the camps are dedicated to minimizing any negative impact on the land and wildlife and ensuring that your vacation benefits the Maasai community.
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