As our guest at Ol Seki, you are making a significant contribution to the Naboisho Conservancy and the local Koiyaki community. Our camp is innovative in finding new ways to encourage sustainability. So as well as conserving water, recycling waste and making use of local materials to minimise our impact on the land, we also sponsor a nearby guiding school and primary school, help out in practical ways in the community and provide employment and training for the local Masai. Our eco-tips, that you’ll find in your tent, will also make you aware of cultural sensitivities and help you protect the environment in and around the camp as you explore it.
Instead of carbon footprints on the unspoilt plains of the Mara, our guests leave a different impression - we plant an indigenous tree for every visitor we receive.
Our sensitivity to the Masai way of life and our commitment to the conservation of wildlife has earned us the Silver Ecotourism Award from the Ecotourism Society of Kenya. Our enterprise supports the pastoral lifestyle of the tribes that has existed since the 17th century.