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Naboisho Featured On Nat Geo Wild

It’s been a big few weeks for The Naboisho Conservancy – not only were we honored as the Overall African Winner Of Responsible Tourism and launched a crowdfunding campaign to raise $50,000 in order to secure additional protected land, but a National Geographic documentary filmed in Naboisho airs this weekend! On…






Coming Together For Naboisho

The #ComingTogether Campaign is your chance to make a direct contribution to the hundreds of Maasai families and thousands of wildlife species that depend on the Naboisho Conservancy. The campaign, hosted on IndieGoGo’s Generosity platform, is raising $50,000 to secure a vital wildlife corridor linking Mara Naboisho to the Masai…






Award Winning Conservation

Congratulations to The Naboisho Conservancy as the Overall Winner of the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016, from of a selection of 24 finalists nominated for the coveted position at the World Travel Market Africa conference in Cape Town this week. Not only was Naboisho the Overall Winner, the conservancy also received recognition…






Maasai Mara – The Most Romantic Place On Earth

2016 is a leap year. Once every four years, on the 29th February, it becomes tradition for women to ask their partners to marry them. The tradition dates back as far as Julius Caesar’s reign over 2000 years ago. What better way to propose than on one of the most…






Mental Floss Co-Founder Mangesh Hattikudur Visits Naboisho.

Earlier this year, we were thrilled when the co-founder of Mental Floss Mangesh Hattikudur, visited the Mara region and the Naboisho Conservancy in particular with James Cannon Boyce, of CommonSense who is helping bring more attention to our work in the region. During his time in Kenya, Mangesh visited Basecamp Explorer and…






Naboisho Makes A Fashion Statement

Naboisho has made it into leading fashion magazine Vogue! Aurora James, the Creative Director of top New York footwear range Brother Vellies, recently visited the Naboisho Conservancy where she had a chance to spend time with local artisans and soak up the beauty of the great African wilderness. Staying at…