On your holiday at the Mara Naboisho Conservancy, you are more likely to discover the paw print of a lion than the footstep of another human being. And, because the camps and accommodation are unfenced, it’s entirely possible that you will find that paw print as you step out of your tent.
(We know: the prospect is almost as terrifying as it is exhilarating. But, fear not, intrepid Maasai askari will escort you when necessary and make sure that you are safe on your safari.)
Space is a luxury, and the Mara Naboisho Conservancy has plenty of it – 50,000 acres, to be exact. Because there are only six fairly small camps in the entire conservancy, it means that there is an astonishing ratio of 350 acres of space to every available bed. The limited number of guests also means that the staff are able to give you the attention that you deserve.
Although none of the camps are the same – each accommodation has its own unique characteristics – certain values are shared across the conservancy. All of the camps are strongly committed to ensuring that any negative impact on the land and wildlife is as low as possible and that the Maasai community benefits from your holiday.