Dorobo Mobile Camp

A movable camp inside Naboisho Conservancy

NO CON-NECTION
Open june-March
4 tents
all meals 
included
eco camp
high season 380 low season 280 usd
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movable camp inside Naboisho Conservancy

Dorobo Mobile Camp is the result of years of admiration and respect for the hunter-gatherers of the Maasai people, known as the Dorobo.

Truly the stuff of legends, the Dorobo spend their lives living off the African savannah, carrying no other protection than their intrinsic understanding of the wilderness. Inspired by the wanderings of the Dorobo people, Basecamp is delighted to offer the unique opportunity to partake in several days of walking and mobile camping on the savannah.

Our walks start in the morning from a chosen location, typically Wilderness Camp or Eagle View. Following a few hours of walking, picnic lunch is served in the shade of a tree.  The afternoon walk takes you to the campsite where specially designed mobile tents and a fireplace await. Following a wholesome in-the-bush dinner, there will be storytelling and star gazing around the fireplace. By removing all unnecessary distractions we aim to bring guests closer to the very essence of the African Savannah. By walking with the Maasai you will get an authentic insight into the culture of the Maasai people – our friends and partners. The duration of the safari programme can be adjusted to suit guest preferences.

The price is based on two persons sharing a tent. Prices includes full board accommodation and mineral water, full day walking safaris, airstrip transfers, Mara Naboisho Conservency fees. Extra fees are domestic or international flights. Note that Dorobo camp has minimum of 4 guests.

Dorobo Mobile Camp

Dorobo Mobile camping offers a simple camping with soft matresses, bucket shower and out boor toilet. This is ideal for hiking experience where you want to connect with the nature.

NO CONNECTION
OPEN JUNE-MARCH
MINIMUM 4 PERSONS
ALL MEALS INCLUDED
MOBILE TENT
Starting from 280 USD
per person

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