Among the newest and most exclusive additions to the Basecamp Explorer group of destinations is the Basecamp Eagle View camp in Mara Naboisho Conservancy. Set on a spectacular escarpment in a remote and undeveloped part of the Mara, you’ll find nine tented suites with double beds and one of the most stunning views in this part of Africa, overlooking the Koiyaki River. Here Basecamp Eagle View offers its unique walking safaris with local Maasais, game drives, a beautiful dining area, privacy and of course our famous sunsets on the viewing deck. Basecamp Eagle View has 9 spacious and luxurious tented suites with ensuite bathrooms and own terrace, 18 beds all together, Elevated dining area, Viewing deck, PC and internet available in the reception area
Experience the Exclusive Adventures. Marvel at the abundance of wildlife in Mara Naboisho Conservancy as you enjoy day or night drives with our Maasai guides.The camp overlooks a waterhole where the unexpected interaction between the predators and their prey provides constant entertainment to our guests.
Green season (1st Apr – 30th June)
Mid season (2nd Jan – 31st Mar & 16th Oct – 23rd Dec)
High Season (1st Jul – 15th Oct & 24th Dec – 1st Jan)
About Mara Naboisho Conservancy:
Over fifteen years of working closely with the Masai, Basecamp Explorer has tried to empower the community and create opportunities for them. To prevent landowners from selling their land – their lifeblood – to outsiders, Basecamp Explorer tried to find a sustainable and financially viable alternative that would allow the Masai to retain their land. The solution became the establishment of this community owned nature conservancy.
Naboisho Conservancy consists of 50 000 hectares – 200 000 acres – of pristine wildlife territory and spectacular scenery. Naboisho has become renowned for its bountiful biodiversity and breathtaking beauty. Already, researchers are witnessing how the wildlife thrives inside protected areas. The density of lions within Naboisho is one of the highest in the world, with a population of more than 70 identified lions who use Naboisho as their home territory. There are few other places in the world where you will experience a safari as exclusive as in Naboisho.