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Kiangazi House

Sleeps 15 in 7 rooms

Kiangazi meaning ‘hot and dry season’ is a beautiful country house situated on a hill set among delightful lush gardens and rolling lawns...
Kiangazi meaning ‘hot and dry season’ is a beautiful country house situated on a hill set among delightful lush gardens and rolling lawns with unsurpassed scenery of Lake Naivasha and the Great Rift Valley. Kiangazi House lies in the wildlife corridor adjacent to the private 20,000-acre Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary complete with a fascinating diversity of wildlife including leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, Grevy zebra, oryx and many species of antelope. Built in the old traditional-style of local stone and timber, Kiangazi House has double or twin bedrooms, all en-suite. Luxurious features like four-poster beds, romantic turndowns and freshly cut roses, all enhance the personal touch. Within the house, the private lounges, bar or library, all with fireplaces, are the perfect places to curl up on a couch with a glass of exquisite wine. With so much space and privacy, time here moves slowly and one can be immersed in the African bush without disturbance. Alternatively, you can partake in a multitude of activities such as day and night game drives, guided bush walks along the lakeshore, tennis, horse riding or boat trips on the hippo filled lake. In addition there is the opportunity to visit the Oserian Flower farm nearby.
from R9345

Kongoni Lodge

Sleeps 58 in 29 rooms

Kongoni Lodge is located in a private park, open to all people who want to experience the real Africa, away from the hustle and bustle of...
Kongoni Lodge is located in a private park, open to all people who want to experience the real Africa, away from the hustle and bustle of safari tours. It is a special place, remaining on the sidelines of beaten paths overrun by hordes of tourists rushing to photograph yet another representative of the African savannah. Here, there is no need to rush anywhere, because the animals themselves come onto the ranch to graze. The main building houses six large, elegant bedrooms, with a further two private cottages hidden among the Euforbia trees. The kitchen serves excellent international cuisine, including Italian and local dishes. They are served in the dining room, on the veranda or by the pool. The farm is situated on a volcanic shelf, elevated high above the Naivasha Lake, which results in the garden being a natural viewing terrace. Its views will takes your breath away.
from R11220

Chui Lodge

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

Chui Lodge is situated just above the shores of Lake Naivasha within the Great Rift Valley, one of the true ‘Natural Wonders of the World’,...
Chui Lodge is situated just above the shores of Lake Naivasha within the Great Rift Valley, one of the true ‘Natural Wonders of the World’, set in the privately owned 20,000-acre Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary overlooking a waterhole with the dramatic Mau Escarpment as a backdrop. The Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary plays host to a diverse number of mammalian and avian species including leopard, buffalo, giraffe, cheetah, Grevy zebra, oryx and a large number of plains game. There are eight individual well-spaced, luxurious cottages, each with an en-suite bathroom and delightful veranda. The dining room, lounge and bar area is simply unique, featuring pillars and murals with intricate African carvings, African antiques and ochre-coloured walls, creating the feel of an artist’s gallery. Chui Lodge boasts a wealth of activities. Professional local guides will tailor the daily activities to guest’s wishes and interests to include day and night game drives, guided bush walks, boat trips on the hippo filled lake, horse riding or a visit to the Oserian Flower Farm, one of the largest growers and producers of ‘cut flowers’ in the world.
from R6516

Lakai House and Cottages

Sleeps 8 in 4 rooms

Lakai House and Cottages is ideally placed to accommodate one large family, but can also be let separately. The properties lie in the...
Lakai House and Cottages is ideally placed to accommodate one large family, but can also be let separately. The properties lie in the middle of 25 acres of unspoilt bush and beautiful gardens, with unrivalled views of the Great Rift Valley. The house is highly suitable for children with open spaces to play. There is no need for any heating or air-conditioning, as the days are pleasantly warm. The tennis court and heated swimming pool are caringly landscaped into the gardens, which also includes an English walled garden. There are managed bush walks around the property and many sundowner sites to enjoy the spectacular views. The property is part of the extensive Green Park development, on the north side of Lake Navaisha, which includes the golf resort and residential housing. The grounds are extensive with two acres of lawn, numerous rockeries, flower beds and arboretums surrounded by unspoilt African bush. The pool is sunken with a high wall covered in bougainvillea and succulents, with unrivalled views of the Aberdares. It has a bar, a covered seating area and a separate changing room and toilet. There are tortoises and a separate fish pond to enjoy, and we have a variety of friendly dogs and cats. There is separate staff quarters as we provide a cook, a house girl and two gardeners who manage the gardens and pool.
from R7629

Crater Lake Camp

Sleeps 22 in 11 rooms

Tucked away in a hidden corner of Kenya's Great Rift Valley, Crater Lake offers a stirring encounter with wild Africa, just a 90 minute...
Tucked away in a hidden corner of Kenya's Great Rift Valley, Crater Lake offers a stirring encounter with wild Africa, just a 90 minute drive from Nairobi. This lakeside lodge is the perfect stopover en-route to Nakuru and the Maasai Mara game parks. The camp is built on the shores of an old volcanic crater. The 11 spacious tents are set in secluded clearings, with sweeping views over the flamingo-lined waters. Each tent is furnished with four-poster beds and en-suite bathrooms with hot water. The main restaurant and dining area has a high thatched roof with a rustic African veranda, overlooking the beautiful lake. Drinks and snacks are available in our restaurant throughout the day. Meals can be enjoyed either in the main dining area or on the veranda. Activities at the camp are centred around the nature and wildlife. There are guided nature walks in the crater and the bird list is over 400 species recorded. There are a variety of wildlife in the sanctuary and at night the hippos come out of the main Naivasha Lake to graze. It is also possible to see the aardvark and spring hares on our night game drives. There is a colony of over 70 Colombus monkeys living at the lodge, and for most of the year there are flamingos covering almost the entire lake.
from R4005
Under the watchful African skies, set within the serene confines of a private game sanctuary, you...
Under the watchful African skies, set within the serene confines of a private game sanctuary, you will find our sanctuary. Comprising five uniquely inspired chalets, a Bistro restaurant, gift shop and spa, Wileli House uses the African interpretation with nature and integrates its meaning into every aspect of the interior décor. We have two types of suites. The single room chalets Rock, Cliff and Bridge. There chalets have a private balcony that has a heated Jacuzzi. The Cottage Chalets Hippo and Dik Dik have a kitchen, lounge area and outdoor veranda. Our chefs are obsessive about the culinary details and prepare meals with utmost care and ensure a culinary experience. We are dedicated to surpassing your expectations and making your stay, the most memorable ever.
from R5563

Loldia House

Sleeps 24 in 8 rooms

The Kenya of the pioneers was a land of expansive farms, carved from the highlands and the country around the beautiful Rift Valley Lakes....
The Kenya of the pioneers was a land of expansive farms, carved from the highlands and the country around the beautiful Rift Valley Lakes. The virgin untamed land drew the early settlers, in those days roamed by Masai herdsmen and wild game. With only rudimentary tools and teams of oxen, forests were cleared and fences established to open the land to herds of cattle. Although life was hard the settlers enjoyed an outdoor lifestyle, walking, riding and hunting amongst the profusion of animal and birdlife in the Great Rift Valley. Loldia Farm was established by a settler who came to Kenya by ox-wagon after the Boer War and is still owned by the same family today. He was a renowned horseman who chose this beautiful corner of Kenya to enjoy all that was best in the early Kenyan Lifestyle. Nestling under the acacia and wild fig trees on the green western shores of Lake Naivasha, the present Loldia House was constructed by Italian prisoners of war from stone quarried on the farm. Built around a courtyard, its main archway frames a stunning view of the dormant volcano Mount Longonot. The house is set in lawns, which are grazed at night by hippos from the lake. Today's guest can savour the taste of this early lifestyle in Loldia's uniquely peaceful setting. The farm is ideally situated to visit the flamingo lakes of Nakuru, Elementaita and Bogoria, one of the great spectacles of Africa. Lake Nakuru also offers excellent viewing of the Black Rhino and the more elusive White Rhino amongst an abundance of other bird and wildlife and is one of the best places in Kenya to see leopard. Lake Bogoria is one of the few places where the rare and beautiful Greater Kudu can be seen. On the farm's 6.500 acres, guests may walk or ride through herds of dairy and beef cattle and a flock of farmed ostriches, interspersed with impala, waterbuck and other plains game. Boat trips are also arranged on Lake Naivasha for fishing and bird watching, and visits can be made to Hell's Gate with its spectacular canyon, hot springs and abundant wildlife. Activities can be tailor-made to suit each guest. Loldia offers the highest standards of cuisine and personalised service. The House Manager, Peter Njoroge, has been described in England's Country Life magazine as "probably the world's best butler". All meals, activities mentioned above as well as laundry are included in our price. National park entrance fees to visited National parks and drinks are to be paid separately. Please announce special dietary requirements to us in advance. Please note: luggage restriction of 15 kg on all domestic flights. Extra luggage can be left at your base hotel in Nairobi. Safari arrangements and bookings can be made through your local ground handling agent or directly with Governors’ Camp.
from R12238

Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp

Sleeps 60 in 20 rooms

Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp is located on the shores of Lake Naivasha at the heart of the Kenyan...
Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp is located on the shores of Lake Naivasha at the heart of the Kenyan Rift Valley, only 90 minutes’ drive from Nairobi. The camp is constructed using canvas and has a capacity of 20 luxury tents. The tents are well furnished, have wooden floors and adequate space generously created to allow free movement inside and outside at the guests’ comfort. Our luxury camp is constructed using canvas, all tents have en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water and flushing toilets. The tents have an ambience and style decorated to give them traditional tent look with all the comforts of home. We are proud of our cuisine which gives an appetite even to those on diet. We give this credit to our highly trained personnel who offer friendly service with a natural smile. This gives guests a chance to forget the hustle and bustle of everyday town life and relax in the great landscape sceneries surrounded by the beautiful lake Mount Longonot and other ranges on the horizon.
from R5563

Kigio Wildlife Camp

Sleeps 26 in 12 rooms

Kigio Wildlife Camp is a superb camp surrounded by a beautiful fever tree woodland overlooking the Malewa River. Constructed in an...
Kigio Wildlife Camp is a superb camp surrounded by a beautiful fever tree woodland overlooking the Malewa River. Constructed in an environmentally friendly way, the camp offers eleven spacious suites and one family suite, each built on a deck overlooking the river, amid the shelter of the woodland. At night hippo and buffalo visit the camp to feed on ground salts and vegetation, in the morning zebra and giraffe wander through as more than 250 types of birds sing away. Kigio Wildlife Camp not only offers some of the highest standards of accommodation in the Rift Valley area but also an immensely rewarding experience. Guests can partake in complimentary nature walks with naturalists, fishing and biking. Optional 4x4 day and night game drives are equally rewarding with a chance to see hunting hyenas, leopard, aardvark, aardwolf, caracal or spring hare. Kigio is an oasis of charm and beauty and provides a welcome break from the long transfers and constant game drives. Here you will discover nature and community in a more intimate, gentle and engaging way.
from R4863

Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort

Sleeps 252 in 84 rooms

Set in one hundred and fifty acres of grassland studded with acacia bushes and trees, the resort is not only home to our resident giraffe,...
Set in one hundred and fifty acres of grassland studded with acacia bushes and trees, the resort is not only home to our resident giraffe, waterbuck and both vervet and colobus monkeys, but it is also a night stop for the hippos when they leave the lake every night to come and trim the grass on our expansive lawns. With Sopa’s traditional and conscientious care for the environment, we carefully positioned all the buildings on our property so we did not have to fell any of the many trees there. As a result of this, we had to come up with a radically innovative and artistic design for the main public area building which now snakes its way between the trees with long and graceful curves. It is also why you might well ask just why our two swimming pools with a children’s section and a pool complex with its bar, snack kitchen, pizzeria and health spa; our tennis court; our two conference halls with their four differently sized meeting areas, and our stables are so widely set apart. Accommodation is offered in cottages that are built in a crescent shape, and each have four rooms, two on the ground floor and two on the top. The exterior walls of the cottages have stone walls giving it character, and creepers and bougainvillea add a lot of colour. The same stonework is carried into the rooms, and is the exterior bathroom wall. The banister going up the top floor is wrought iron as well and the same creepers and bougainvillea are entwined around them. Our double-storey guest cottages with their ingeniously designed roofs gently sweep away from one side of the main building to form a crescent which leads towards the lake shore. While the upstairs guest rooms have a single king-size bed and the downstairs ones have two queen-size beds, both have one thing in common and that is an extraordinary amount of space as well as lavishly appointed bathrooms. All rooms have large frontal windows, televisions, mini-bars, telephones, electronic safes, tea and coffee-making facilities, and spacious, open-air verandas. A section of the circular lounge roof gently curves away to shelter the dining room with its huge chandeliers and a large, centrally located fireplace. The dining room also has a large, outdoor patio with umbrella-shaded tables for those who wish to enjoy an open air meal during the day, or during our often warm and balmy evenings. The swimming pool is always a favourite spot for kids because of its open-sided snack restaurant which fills them up with pizzas, burgers, hot dogs, toasted sandwiches and, of course, French fries. However we also have an a la carte menu here, and we use this area for private dinner parties. The lounge area in the main public area building is split into upper and lower levels and the main bar is located between these. By way of a total contrast, the pool bar is located in the roofed but open sided area between the swimming pool and the tennis court.
from R3242

The Lake House

Sleeps 16 in 8 rooms

The Lake house is a five bedroom cottage situated on a large property just a short distance from Lake Naivashi and Naivashi town. The house...
The Lake house is a five bedroom cottage situated on a large property just a short distance from Lake Naivashi and Naivashi town. The house offers comfortable self-catering accommodation for large groups traveling together. The house has five bedroom and a large lounge with a fireplace and a TV, and a modern well-equipped kitchen. The kitchen includes a gas cooker, fridge, microwave and all utensils. Outside guest will find a covered patio area facing the large garden with ample grass for children to play safely. There is also an enclosed swimming pool on the property.
from R6516

Camp Carnelley's

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Sleeps 116 in 28 rooms

Camp Carnelley’s is a tranquil camp site situated on the banks of Lake Naivasha. Our camp does not only offer accommodation but guest can...
Camp Carnelley’s is a tranquil camp site situated on the banks of Lake Naivasha. Our camp does not only offer accommodation but guest can enjoy relaxing at the Lazybone bar and restaurant. We offers a wide range of accommodation to suit all budgets. Accommodation is available in our Banda’s which can sleep up to six people and have en-suite bathrooms. Our camp site and dorm room is ideal for individual travellers or those who prefer to be close to nature. Breakfast, lunch and dinner is available on request. The lazybones bar and restaurant is the ideal place to unwind and enjoy a lovely meal and make a few new friends. There is also a great selection of music and a place to lie down, relax and read. The games room is equipped with satellite TV, a dart board and a pool table. From here you can enjoy views of the camp.
from R215
From its panoramic perch above Lake Naivasha, the Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort enjoys...
From its panoramic perch above Lake Naivasha, the Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort enjoys one of humankind’s oldest views over the sweeping floor of the world’s largest valley. An hour and a half’s drive or a 30-minute flight from Nairobi, the lodge is built on the Eburru, a mountain that the Maasai call Ol Donyo Opurru, meaning 'mountain of smoke'. The lodge sits at about 7,000 feet, from which elevation it enjoys magnificent views to the west and east. The vistas stretch from the sparkling waters of Lake Naivasha to the jagged volcanic crater of Mount Longonot and, beyond, the sloping shoulders of the Aberdare Mountains, Kenya’s most important watershed. On a quick break out of Nairobi or en route from safari, the Great Rift Valley Lodge And Golf Resort rooms are spacious, with a lounge and fireplace and private balconies overlooking the Aberdares, Kenya’s longest mountain massif stretching 160 km, the Kinangop plateau lying a tier below the Aberdares, and the plains of Eburru littered with black obsidian stone telling its volcanic past. The Great Rift Valley Lodge offers twin and double rooms, all with private balconies overlooking the spectacular expanse of the Rift Valley. The rooms are located in spacious two- and three-storey blocks, and are beautifully furnished with large four-poster beds, handmade wooden furniture, and modern en-suite bathrooms. Several of the rooms also have interlinking doors that convert them into spacious family suites. Alternative accommodation is available in the Longonot Villas, modern houses complete with every modern amenity to make the traveller feel right at home. The living room, dining room and kitchen take the entire floor, with the master bedroom on the top tier. The ground floor with two bedrooms, opens onto the garden with every floor giving that unforgettable view of the mountain and the lake. The 18-hole championship course on the Eburru Range is both challenging and exciting. Sitting on the Mau Escarpment in the Great Rift Valley, the course commands stunning vistas of Lake Naivasha, Mount Longonot, the Kinangop Range and Aberdare Mountains. Golfers give right of way to the wild animals who have taken residence on the lush fairways and tiny islets in the ponds. Flocks of black-headed oriole, fischers lovebirds and Egyptian geese sun themselves on the greens without batting an eyelid at the golfers.
from R6185

CrayFish Camp

Sleeps 506 in 153 rooms

Crayfish Camp is located along Moi South Lake Road 18km from Naivasha town, set in a natural Acacia woodland within one of the largest...
Crayfish Camp is located along Moi South Lake Road 18km from Naivasha town, set in a natural Acacia woodland within one of the largest flower farms. It is popular with both domestic and overseas tourists and offers a wide range of activities such as mountain biking, boating, horse riding, nature walks, indoor games and picnicking. Accommodation comprises of self-contained cottages, modern tents of different sizes, vehicles and boat sleeping rooms as well as camping facilities using your own tents. The camp is renowned for its excellent cuisine especially fresh Crayfish from Lake Naivasha, our specialty, or choose from the extensive a-la-carte menu as an alternative. From our well-stocked modern bars, restaurant and the open beer gardens, one can have a spectacular view of the Aberdares to the east and Eburu Hills to the north west.
from R381

Fish Eagle Inn

Sleeps 455 in 82 rooms

Fish Eagle Inn is located on the southern shore of Lake Naivasha in the Rift Valley of southwest Kenya. It has manicured gardens and rooms...
Fish Eagle Inn is located on the southern shore of Lake Naivasha in the Rift Valley of southwest Kenya. It has manicured gardens and rooms with a rustic look yet affording the comforts of modern living. This rather sprawling place caters for budget travellers, offering everything from tent pitches up to detached lakeside cottages. There is large swimming pool, gym, sauna, basketball and volley ball pitches as well as a pub and restaurant. The hotel is situated on the shores of Lake Naivasha and is approximately 90 km from Nairobi. The 90 km Nairobi-Naivasha road gives the visitor an unrivalled view of the majestic Great Rift Valley, through a series of lakes and forested uplands The Fish Eagle Inn also offers guests conference facilities, laundry services, a gym, DStv, and mature grounds for picnics and weddings.
from R286
Morendat Training and Conference Centre is ideal for nature lovers as it is situated within Lake...
Morendat Training and Conference Centre is ideal for nature lovers as it is situated within Lake Naivasha National Park. The comfortable accommodation and conference facilities also makes this an ideal venue choice for team buildings. There are 53 lovely rooms with double beds and en-suite bathrooms. Each room has a private balcony overlooking the large swimming pool. Guests will also be able to view the garden from their rooms. Delicious meals are served in the dining area and can also be enjoyed on the patio. After breakfast, the more active guest can visit the fitness centre or the squash court. Guests looking to relax can spend some time in the sauna or in the steam bath. The centre is perfect for simply unwinding and appreciating the views of the variety of bird- and wild life indigenous to the area. End the day off at the terrace bar while experiencing a beautiful African sunset.
from R2416
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