My wake up call was the sound of a lion calling. I mistakenly thought it was far away only for me to find out later that a small pride of one male, a female & two young cubs were just outside our tent….I must have been deeply asleep to have got that so wrong!
This female obviously approves of the Naibor tents as she had given birth to the two cubs just outside Little Naibor in November.
The Mara showed us all her glory this morning with the most amazing photo opportunities….
…..and the most stunning leopard sighting. It was like he was working it for his audience as he chose the stunning river backdrop & proudly stretched & yawned & looked around. They call him goldenboy & I could see why…..he was beautiful.
After we returned from our game drive we had a guided tour of Naibor Wilderness. Naibor Wilderness consists of 3 large tents with a communal mess tent. Guests staying here can be incorporated into the activities/dinners etc at Main camp unless the camp is full in which case they will have dinner in their mess area.
Naibor Wilderness is a great option for people whose budgets don’t quite stretch to main camp as they still have the same food, service, guiding experience and tent sizes. The only difference is the location is slightly further away from main camp & the tents have wrought iron furniture rather than the lovely chunky wood furniture of main Naibor……but they are still stunning!