Naibor Camps

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Tucked away in the depths of the Maasai Mara National Reserve on the banks of a river, surrounded by riparian woodlands, is Naibor Camps. The camp takes advantage of its location, which is one of the river crossing pathways for the annual wildebeest migration. Discerning travellers and guests desiring an ancient classic explorer camp will enjoy Naibor Camps.

Situated under a canopy of trees in the Maasai Mara National Reserve, just two kilometres from where the Talek River graciously meets the Mara River, are the Naibor Tented Camps. Each tented camp is magnificently designed with style and sophistication and doesn’t intrude into the wild but is an elegant extension of its surrounds. The camp sits where the best sightings and sought-after river crossings happen.

There are three camp types, including Main Naibor with seven luxury tents, Little Naibor with two luxury tents, and Naibor Wilderness with three double/twin tents. With an array of activities, travellers can enjoy game drives, cultural visits, hot air ballooning, and bush walks with the local Maasai. These activities offer a fantastic introduction to one of Kenya’s revered destinations.

Each of the classic tented camps offers something unique to the safari-goer. Main Naibor boasts spectacular views over the Mara plains and has safari showers, expansive verandahs, and private dining. Little Naibor is ideal for families and couples travelling together and has private verandahs, safari showers, and a dedicated game viewing vehicle. Naibor Wilderness is for the romantics and is in an exclusive camp area. Camps are furnished with warm and inviting Kilim rugs, ancient artefacts, and high-quality soft furnishings.

Other facilities include exquisite dining tents, lounges with comfy couches, a boutique shop with local artefacts and jewellery, and a spa treatment tent.

  • Classic explorer-style tents that are synonymous with a Kenyan safari. 
  • The location is unparalleled and perfect for observing migration river crossings.
  • There are three different types of safari-tented camps from which to choose. 
  • Tastefully decorated, stylish and unpretentious. 
  • Private dining experience and bushveld sundowners in the open savannah. 
  • The opportunity to explore the open wilderness on foot. 



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