The stylish interiors of the ten tents have neutral colours so that there is nothing to distract from the panoramic views of the bush outside. There are also two family tents with two double bedrooms, a living area, dining room and kitchen.
The Naibosho Conservancy covers an area of 200km² and stretches to the Maasai Mara. It is home to Africa’s ‘Big Five' and has one of the densest populations of lion in Africa, as well as large herds of elephants and giraffe. Meanwhile, birding enthusiasts will be kept busy identifying some of the thousand recorded species of the region. Game drives in this private conservancy are not restricted to the timings of the national parks, so there is wonderful flexibility on when you leave and depart. If you want to explore the bush for the entire day, the camp chef will prepare a delicious picnic lunch to keep you fuelled for your safari adventure. Night game drives are also possible, so you can search for predators when they are at their most active.
As Ol Seki is located on a private conservancy, it is possible to explore the area on foot. With an expert guide, you will be shown the tracks of the animals that have passed by, as well as learning the art of identifying the indigenious plants of the region and how they are used by the Maasai tribes.