Its easy to see why this 50,000-acre conservancy is hailed by many as the top concession in the Maasai Mara. To the north of the national reserve, the Mara Naboisho Conservancy has only seven camps (which means 877 acres per tent), so theres plenty of wilderness without other cars and the impact on the environment is limited. The concentration of wildlife is high, with abundant big cats and herds of wildebeest, elephant and giraffe. It also ticks all the boxes for successful community conservation: the conservancy was established when more than 500 Maasai land-owning families decided to join up their land (“naboisho” means come together in the local Maa language) in order to allow for wildlife movement – there are no fences between the conservancy and the Maasai Mara – tourism and grazing. In order to allow the land to recover from intensive herding, the Maasai now practice controlled grazing.
Hemingways Ol Seki is a luxury tented camp in the Naboisho Conservancy adjacent to the world-famous Masai Mara National Reserve. The camp, which can accommodate only 12 guests, is magically peaceful and secluded. Perfect for those looking to get away from the crowds that the Mara Reserve can attract.
Located in acacia woodlands in a secluded valley of the Naboisho Conservancy, is an intimate luxury tented camp. The six luxurious tents, built in a unique style incorporating high eco-standards, are set on platforms and provide the perfect base to see the stunning wildlife and wilderness.