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Kenya Safari

Naibor Camp

Masai Mara Game Reserve, Kenya

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Naibor Camp is situated in the heart of the Masai Mara Game Reserve.  The luxury tented camp is hidden in the riverine woodland on the banks of the Talek River. The loaction of the camp leans itself to fabulous wildlife viewing throughout the year. Naibor Camp is strategically placed for following the wildebeest migration, close to all the major wildebeest crossing sites over the Mara River.  The annual wildebeest migration passes through the are from July to November. The Mara borders Tanzania and the Serengeti National Park to the South. The Mara is the northern most part of the great Serengeti/Mara ecosystem. 

Dining and relaxing usually takes place in the main ‘Mess Tent’ or under the shade of the adjacent trees, located overlooking a wide bend of the Talek river. Decorated with comfortable floor-cushions, rugs and sofas will invite the weary to relax and enjoy the sounds of the wilderness. The evening camp-fire provides a welcome spot for pre-dinner drinks after a day of wildlife viewing. Meals are made from the finest fresh ingredients prepared by experienced chefs. Dinner is usually enjoyed at the long banquet table, whilst breakfast and lunch may be under the shade of the surrounding trees whilst watching the resident pod of hippos.

Naibor Camp facilities are ideal for private groups and honeymooners.

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Naibor Camp
Naibor Camp has a total of 7 luxury tents, each tent is a private unit with shady verandah, en-suite bathroom with flush toilet, his & hers wash basins and safari shower. All the tents are carefully positioned amongst trees to enjoy the surrounding woodland in complete privacy. 

Little Naibor Camp
Little Naibor is made up of two spacious suites which are uniquely designed and is located within the immediate vicinity of Naibor Camp.  Each suite contains a double and a twin bedded room, with their own bathrooms, inter-joined by a communal lounge and verandah area.  Each suites have their own private fire place and dining area set up strategically located overlooking the Talek River with complete privacy and spectacular views. Little Naibor can be booked and used as an exclusive private arrangement, or used in conjunction with the main Naibor Camp and its facilities.

Naibor Wilderness
Naibor Wilderness is made up of three luxurious double tents located within the immediate vicinity of Main Naibor.  Each tent is a private unit and consist of an en-suite bathroom with flush toilet and safari shower, filled daily with hot water on request his & hers wash basins. There is a private mess tent with light soft furnishings and spectacular views.  Naibor Wilderness has a vehicle that will seat 6 people. Naibor Wilderness can be used in conjunction with the main Naibor Camp and its facilities.

We suggest the minimum age for children as 8 years old, however this is flexible.

Camp Facilities
• Large Mess Tent
• Bar
• Library
• Naibor Spa
• Naibor Shop
• Visa/MasterCard are accepted
• Mobile phone signal is present.
• Power is solar generated.
• 4Wheel drive, canvas-topped Toyota Land cruisers are used for game drives, equip with built in fridges and ice cold drinks.

Activities & Wildlife
The main focus at Naibor is to drive out from camp daily to observe and photograph the extraordinary concentrations of wildlife. The Naibor vehicles are ideal for observing and photographing wildlife, and for getting around in the sometimes difficult conditions characteristic of the Mara habitat. Early morning and late afternoon game drives are recommended, as it is generally cooler and the wildlife is more active during these times.  However, if preferred an all day game drive with a picnic lunch can also be arranged (this is popular during the migration season).  All Naibor driver/guides are all knowledgeable and professional, and have attained minimum guiding accreditation at the KPSGA Bronze level.

“Out of Africa” style bush meals are set up for any number of people in a private exclusive location. Bush breakfasts and packed lunches can all be arranged. Sundowner cocktails are a popular way to enjoy the end of the day.  Relax and enjoy the surrounding bush with a drink and bitings as the sun sets.

Cultural visits to the nearby Masai communities just outside the reserve can also be arranged. Visit one of the villages, observe traditional dances and interact with these very traditional people.

Hot Air Ballooning can also be arranged and this involves an early morning wakeup to get to the balloon launch site for 6.00am, a flight of approximately 1.5hrs over the grasslands teeming with wildlife, champagne breakfast on landing and game drive back to Naibor.

Masai Mara & The Great Migration
The Masai Mara Game Reserve and adjacent Conservation area totals 750 square miles and forms the northern tip of the Serengeti / Mara ecosystem. The Masai Mara offers wonderful scenery and an amazing abundance of wildlife.

Every year it hosts what is now recognized as the greatest show on earth, 'the migration', which takes place between July and October. Over a million wildebeest and two hundred thousand zebra pass through on their endless journey, following the rains and in search of grass. Here you are able to witness the spectacular river crossings and the frenzy of predator activity.

The precise timing of the migration changes annually, arriving in the Masai Mara as early as July, but more commonly in August and September. The Mara River is the greatest obstacle they have to face,as the currents can be strong and the banks steep, but it is the gigantic Nile crocodiles that is to be their biggest obstacle! Over a million wildebeest and two hundred thousand zebra are on this endless journey in search of fresh grasslands. Typically the herds continue their journey south in November but have been known to stay into January.

Naibor aids and involves nearby Masai communities in preserving their wildlife and environment, and provides them with a source of income. This enables the rural populations to benefit from their natural resources in a sustainable and non-destructive way so to better able to care for their families and improve their standard of living.

As far as possible, Naibor recruits staff for employment from the nearby community. In addition the community receives a direct contribution for every guest per night in the camp. This contribution is then dedicated to social development projects in the community. Naibor also helps to channel private investment and donations into micro-finance, health and education projects within the local area. The Naibor Shop is specifically aimed at providing an outlet for locally made Masai crafts and arts - providing the Masai people with a market for their artistic talents.


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