Naboisho means “coming together” in Masai and the name explains how this conservation area was created. It’s a community driven alliance that protects the flora and fauna of this precious region and supports the landowners and farmers through tourism.
Ol Seki’s tents are on platforms on a ridge. The 270 degree view from all the tents takes in the slope of the acacia scrub where animals graze in the shade of the sparse trees. Beyond the immediate vista, the Ngama hills hem the horizon to the east and beyond lie the plains of the Masai Mara which border Tanzania and the Serengeti. Situated at the north-eastern tip of one of the finest eco-systems on the planet, Naboisho is a healthy region of biodiversity - shining grasses which nourish the migrating herds between the rains; forested banks of seasonal rivers; rocky outcrops where the hyraxes hide.