Asilia Naboisho Camp

From Asilia's Naboisho Camp guests can expect incredible wildlife sightings, strong service and a true back to nature experience. Explore the 50,000 acre Mara Naboisho Conservancy in which the camp is set with a range of exciting activities. Take to the wilderness on foot; one of the best ways to feel at one with the beautiful surrounds, or uncover the unique behaviours of wildlife after dark with night game drives. This is a great little camp, blending well with the bush and offering classic tented accommodation.

Family friendly safari Pool area Drinks at sunset
  • Flexible booking terms
  • Secured deposit
  • 100% financial protection
  • Stringent safety & hygiene standards
  • Tried & trusted by our clients
  • Emergency medical care

The 9 tents are well-appointed and boast a number of modern amenities to ensure guests enjoy their stay. All tents are equipped with en-suite bathrooms, which feature flush toilets, a safe, and king size beds. Two tents are set aside for families and only children 6 years and above can stay at Naboisho. Privacy is assured with 25 metres between tents and power is provided by solar power and a generator.

The lodge keenly embraces a low impact policy, wishing to conserve the flora and fauna that call the area home. Proceeds from the camp are also used to support the local Maasai people and preserve their vibrant culture. The thatched main building is a great place to enjoy casual game viewing with views over a waterhole. The new lounge and dining area offer an area to relax and sample some scrumptious delicacies, while the new infinity pool overlooks the vast Naibosho conservancy.

Getting There

Flights into the Mara Ol Seki airstrip followed by a 40 minute transfer to camp.


Day and night game drives, fly camping, walking safaris and cultural interaction.

Read what our previous clients thought of Asilia Naboisho Camp

Review of Asilia Naboisho Camp

Joan Winter

Beautiful property, comfortable beds, excellent pool and lounge area. Meals were extraordinary and the camp staff made us feel like we were the most important guests they had ever had.

25/09/2021 Read full trip review

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