Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a private wildlife conservancy bordering the famous Masai Mara National Reserve to the south and Ol Kinyei Conservancy to the east. Naboisho means coming together in the Maa language, as such Maasai landowners set aside 50,000 acres to ensure wildlife protection extends from the National Reserve.
Mara Naboisho was set aside in 2010 to not only provide a significant wildlife migratory corridor for the great migration route for both Mara and Serengeti but also preserve cultural heritage. Both these elements create revenue streams from tourism for the 500 Maasai landowners.
The 15-year lease to create Mara Naboisho Conservancy had 4 objectives:
The conservancy strictly regulates the number of visitors so it is highly recommended to avoid high season between July and October.
Rare species such as carcals, honey badgers, aardwolves are protected within the conservancy so guests may spot them occassionally.
Other projests the conservancy is involved in are preservation of the elephants and lions making it home to a higher density of pride of lions and herds of elephants, giraffes and zebras.
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