Established 12 years ago in a stunning corner of the Masai Mara, Naibor Camps was initially designed and created by the well-renowned lodge and camp designer Anthony Russell and is owned by three like-minded Safari experts: Nigel Archer, Satyan Patel and Anthony Cheffings.
With a dedicated professional team of Chefs, Guides, Front/Back of House Staff and Managers all extending warm hospitality, Naibor Camps has been privileged to welcome discerning guests from around the world. Naibor Camps proudly supports and involves nearby Masai communities, employing many of our staff from neighbouring towns and villages.
Our staff bring with them a wealth of knowledge, experience as well as a vested interest to nurture our incredible surroundings for the good of the people, wildlife and environment.
Our goal is to enable the rural populations to benefit from their natural resources in a sustainable and non-destructive way to better care for their families and improve their standard of living. As far as possible, Masai Mara Naibor Camps recruits staff for employment from the nearby community.In addition the community receives a direct contribution for every guest per night in the camp. This contribution is then dedicated to social development projects in the community.
Designed as a space away from the hurly-burly of modern life, where the hustle and bustle is provided only by the wild animals, Naibor camp is hidden in a grove of riverine woodland on the banks of the Talek River. Located just minutes from one of the world-famous wildebeest crossing sites, the environment teems with wildlife, flora and fauna.
The luxury tented accommodation is defined by contemporary style and discrete elegance. A tented safari par excellence, the camp is thoughtfully and tastefully designed, allowing all comforts to be met, whilst allowing complete immersion in the splendour of the natural world outside.
From game drives to sundowners and gourmet meals to evenings around the fireside, Naibor Camps offers you a variety of excellent things to see and do.