Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages
About Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages
Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages is a beautiful venue, situated in Kongoni, past Oserian flower farms on the South Lake Road of Naivasha. A sheltered oasis, clustered around a waterhole and set in the pristine calm of the fresh and lush Naivasha County, Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages offers a charming blend of safari luxury.
The camp features cottages, each with its own private veranda overlooking the waterhole and built in the style of a game-viewing hide and offers unrivalled wildlife-watching. It’s a grand destination for refuge, peaceful relaxation of the mind, and a place to bond with nature as you enjoy the abundant wildlife and sweeping gardens.
Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages currently offers four cottages, two six-sleeper cottages and two four-sleeper cottages. Each cottage is unique and offers guests something different and akin to an urban, traditional African concept.
The charming cottages are situated on Ol Olien Lake, which used to connect with Lake Naivasha is a very quiet part of Naivasha and offers lovely walks down to the lake filled with abundant wildlife and bird life; especially flamingos that make it their stop-off point at some times during the year. The sheer beauty of the location, peaceful, serene environment plus high level of service, attracts both local and foreign tourists to this area.
There is ample security that includes natural security provided by buffalos and hippos from the lake that prevents any unauthorised people from entering the compound or the cottages.
The prices are all inclusive of the cooks, cleaners, kitchen cutlery, bedding, linen and basic toiletries. Prices are also negotiable for wedding and conference packages.
Ol-Joto/Ole Itiko Cottages Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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