10 Reasons to visit the Naboisho Conservancy
Tucked away to the right of Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve, the Naboisho Conservancy is somewhat of a hidden gem.
If you’re looking to get away from the crowds and experience a truly authentic Kenyan safari, then this private conservancy is perfect for you. Home to high concentrations of wildlife, including a impressive numbers of big cats, herds of elephant, giraffe, and wildebeest – Naboisho is wilderness haven.
If you need more convincing, here are 10 Reasons why you should visit Kenya’s Naboisho Conservancy.
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Some views from my way to work today // Когда по дороге на работу есть на что посмотреть ? A photo posted by Irina Sto (@stoiriska) on
I close my eyes and I see animals in a wild. I wish you to close yours and see your dearest dream. If you want it badly enough, one day it becomes your reality // Путь от мечтаний до их исполнения гораздо короче, чем кажется на первый взгляд. Всем сладких снов о самом желанном. P.S. Это должно было быть фото слона, но закат решил по другому. A photo posted by Irina Sto (@stoiriska) on
Got up early today to go on our first game count. I was dealing with giraffes and zebras. Zebra obviously won, but giraffes are so cute so they get to be here again // Сегодня с утра пораньше ездили на наш первый game count (помогите с переводом!). Я считала зебр и жирафов, первых больше, но последние такие милахи, что быть им опять в инсте ? A photo posted by Irina Sto (@stoiriska) on
Grande macho africano na Reserva de Naboisho, no Quênia – ecossistema de Maasai Mara. Elefantes machos adultos passam boa parte do tempo sozinhos, eventualmente formando grupos com outros machos. #elefante #elefanteafricano #quenia #elephant #africanelephant #kenya #naboisho #elephantvoices A photo posted by ElephantVoices Brasil (@elephantvoicesbrasil) on
This photo was taken in the beautiful and #colourful #naboisho conservancy where a lot of work is being done to help the Maasai Community live harmoniously with wildlife while still being able to lead their traditional pastoralist lifestyle. However, whilst some people think this is the way forward for conservation others do not. I met someone yesterday who says we should concentrate our efforts on animal conservation and not worry about the numerous people dying from preventable diseases in countries such as #Kenya. He said animals should be the priority as there are too many people in this world and a lot of people don’t care about sick #children these days for that reason. I must say I was shocked, and don’t agree but am willing to listen to the #debate. I think the way forward is to integrate the two just like the efforts in Naboisho #conservation #globalchildhealth #seekenya #kenya2016 #volunteer #elephant #safari #narok #africa #africanamazing A photo posted by Hanni (@hannahsophie_h) on
A #masai tribesman and his wives #Naboisho #maasaiMara #safari #kenya #africa #wildlife #AsiatoAfricaSafaris #travelgram #wanderlust #travelphotography #instapic #igtravel #instago #instagood #photooftheday #bestvacations #takemethere #traveljournal #travelawesome #chankstertravels
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