Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp
A simple encampment of dome tents, Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp is set in a peaceful valley in the Mara Naboisho Conservancy. With no electricity and shared rustic bush bathrooms (a fly camp is a temporary safari camp), it has no permanent staff and is usually used for one or two nights as an excursion from nearby Basecamp’s Eagle View, 3km to the west.
Our view of Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp
This Fly Camp, with shower water warmed by the sun and unfussy bush meals, is a real opportunity to experience the Naboisho wilderness with the people of the local community – the Maasai camp staff and askaris. We weren’t able to stay the night at Basecamp Dorobo, but we loved the back-to-nature simplicity of the minimal-footprint infrastructure here.
Basecamp Dorobo Fly Camp is a very simple set-up in a broad valley, deep in the Mara Naboisho bush.