Mara Naboisho conservancy
Mara Naboisho Conservancy located in the south western part of Masai Mara National Reserve, Olare Orok in the West and Ol Kinyei to the East occupies around 50,000 acres of land making it the second largest conservancy after Mara north in the region. The Name Naboisho means “Coming together” in local Maasai language, it was established in 2010 by a total of 425 Maasai landowners and seasoned conservationists.
Mara Naboisho Conservancy is famous for its large prides of lions with an estimated number of 100 lions present in the conservancy, big number of heads of Elephants , wildebeest, Giraffes, Serval Cat, Aadwolf, Caracal and others not forgetting good experience for birders who can see more rarely seen bird species like White-headed Buffalo weaver, Bush Pipit, Pigmy Falcon and many more.
Found at the Northern part of Masai mara national reserve , the Naboisho conservancy is the newest in Masai mara region, the Mara Naboisho Conservancy is the secondary route of Loita Migration where large group of zebras and wildebeest move from Loita Hills to the Mara North Conservancy and finally to Masai mara national reserve. The high number of grazers boosts the large number of predators in this conservancy , thanks to the Koiyaki Guiding School for its hard professional works it has done to improve not only the quality of the services but also sensitization of the locals on the value of wildlife.
Mara Naboisho Conservancy can be accessed by both road that takes around 5 hour drive from the capital Nairobi passing through small and big towns and villages with the most famous town being Narok town or by air from Wilson airport to Ol Seki airstrip which handles scheduled flights which operate daily.