Asilia Africa opened new luxury tented camp in the Naboisho Conservancy in Kenya

Carbon neutral Asilia Africa recently announced the opening of its luxury 8 tent camp in the Naboisho Conservancy in Kenya. Situated in the far east of the Mara/Serengeti Ecosystem, the Naboisho Conservancy is well known for its untouched flora and fauna, as well as its high density of predators, in particular lion and wild dog.

In what is considered by many as a new ground breaking benchmark for eco-tourism, the Naboisho Conservancy aims to create and promote an equitable and sustainable partnership between Maasai landowners, tourism investors and conservation interests.

The 50 000 acre (approximately 200km²) reserve enjoys a tremendous diversity of wildlife in a paradise that is characterised by sweeping open plains that roll into forested seasonal steams. Game viewing in Naboisho is amongst the best there is, with the Loita Migration passing through during September/October up North returning again in June and early July.  Other activities offered at Naboisho Camp include intimate nature walks, night driving, off-roading, fly camping (soon), and cultural tourism.

Naboisho Camp offers all the expected range of luxury amenities in a sustainable approach with regard to the environment, resource and community.  With a particularly strong focus on personalised service in a unique and majestic location, a visit to Naboisho Camp will truly leave a lasting impact on departing guests.

Please note: There is a special offer for Naboisho Camp running at the moment: “Stay 3 nights pay for 2” for all new bookings confirmed before 31st of December 2011 (guests can travel at any time pre or post this date). For any further information please contact us.