Kaboso Safari Camp is a luxury tented camp set up in the North West, wider corner of Kenya’s well re-known Maasai Mara National Reserve which is an idyllic geographical feature, bristling with mammals all year round.
The Camp combines an out of Africa traditional safari experience with intimate luxury and comfort with only 7 fully refurbished and tastefully furnished tents offering an all-inclusive experience. Each of the tents is tastefully furnished with hot showers and flush toilets.
The Camp is situated where the famous Queen of Kaboso leopard is often sighted in The Mara double cross; where once a year, between July and October, over a million wildebeest and Zebra jump across the hippo and crocodile infested Mara River for the greener pastures in The Mara making for spectacular game viewing. The Camp is only 15 minutes’ drive from Olkiombo airstrip and offers the best of the Masai Mara’s wildlife and birdlife year around. Kaboso Safari Camp first hosted guests in 2004, and it has become renowned for combining an authentic safari experience with great hospitality and fine dining.
THE HOT AIR BALLOON SAFARI
Until you have floated above the glory of the Masai Mara, and looked down on the drama of the wildlife theatre below, it’s hard to appreciate just how magical a balloon safari can be. The essential ‘once-in-a-lifetime experience’, a balloon safari has it all – drama, adventure, euphoria and fascination.
All of our guests are invited to enjoy two game drives per day or full day. Game drives can take place in the morning, afternoon. So please let us know your preference. Alternatively you can book an exclusive game drive (up to six guests in a vehicle) at an extra cost.
WALKING IN THE WILD
Offering a refreshingly alternative view of the wilderness, a guided nature walk promises panoramic vistas, gentle exercise, and a fascinating insight into the world of African trees, flowers, insects, reptiles, birds and animals. It also offers the ultimate contrast to the game drive.
Kenya, is an ornithologist’s paradise. With over 1,070 species of birds. Kenya has the second-highest country bird list in Africa, while the Masai Mara Nationals Reserve and its conservancies boasts 550-recorded species.