The Mara Naboisho Conservancy is a private conservancy on a 50,000-acre wildlife conservation area in Kenya’s Greater Mara Region. The Conservancy is now the second largest conservancy in the region and has a higher density of wildlife than the adjacent Masai Mara National Park. Naboisho, which means “coming together” in the Maasai’s Maa language, is a community venture to conserve the land and wildlife. Visitors coming here to explore a lot of personal space, wildlife and freedom. A variety of wildebeest, elephant, and giraffes can also be spotted here.