If you don’t know what happens in Naivasha, you’re missing one of Kenya’s highlights. On the south of Lake Naivasha, you can go horse riding or boating, or venture into Hells Gate National Park and go rock climbing, hiking and cycling. For the super fit, why not take on the climb up Mount Longonot or (for the less fit) go walking on the Crescent Island Conservancy? Alternatively, set the pace a little slower and take the family out to lunch under huge acacia trees at Carnelley’s or The Ranch House Bistro. On the north side of the lake, the Great Rift Valley Club provides golf, tennis and swimming facilities. Once you’re in the area, it’s a short run-up to Elementaita Conservancy and Nakuru National Park. Altogether, Naivasha offers a great collection of activities for everyone, and we have a great collection of houses to make your stay memorable..
Ajabu House, Naivasha
There are 7 ensuite rooms including the master room and bird room in the main house; two gorgeous rooms in the cottage, a family room and a lovely twin.
Crescent Island Fish Eagle Cottage, Naivasha
This cottage is perfect for your next getaway where you can enjoy a true safari experience with the all comforts of home. Sanctuary fees included.
Crescent Island Giraffe House & Bee Hut, Naivasha
The Giraffe house is perfect for large groups; relax on the patio, take long walks to see the game & bird life on the island or cruise the lake shore on a boat. Bee Hut is a separate building
Lahai House, Naivasha
The property is on Greenpark Estate, overlooking Lake Naivasha and the Aberdare Mountains. Lahai is a stunning family home, hosting 4 double bedrooms, sleeping 8.
Loldia House, Naivasha
The main house has 1 bedroom, with another 3 guest cottages which have two rooms in each and a family room at the top of the property with two bedrooms.
Longonot Loft, Naivasha
Longonot Loft on Impala Ranch looks directly at Mount Longonot. This 2-bedroom house has a huge double bedroom on the lower floor with an en suite bathroom
Crescent Island Hippo House, Naivasha
The house is perfect for large groups and it is set on a hill with sweeping views of the Lake and the surrounding game reserve. The house can fit 10 guests.
Ecoscapes House, Naivasha
It is located on the far western shore of Lake Naivasha on the edge of Korongo Bay. The house is set within a lovely garden, overlooking our private game sanctuary and pool.
Honeymoon Hut, Naivasha
Set on the Malewa River near Gilgil, Honeymoon Hut is a ‘rustic’ luxury get-away for two. This sensational little house makes an ideal romantic getaway and is strictly adults only.
Mundui House, Naivasha
The majestic house is 40 minutes down the Moi South Lake road, just after Kongoni Village. Down the long driveway, it sits on a huge lawn right at the edge of the Lake.
Olerai Dairy, Naivasha
Situated on the Naivasha North Lake road, this lovely country barn-house of pale pink bricks offers spacious rooms with big windows, high ceilings and wonderful woodwork.
Olerai Studio, Naivasha
Olerai Studio is a colorful and cozy private house that sits under the canopy of towering acacia trees, with emerald green lawns stretching down to the lakeshore.
The Shed, Nakuru
The Shed is a unique cabin with a perfect blend of rustic meets modern! It is situated in a property that hosts a swimming pool, restaurant and an outdoor pub.
Ziwani House, Naivasha
This unique house, perched on a volcanic rock island overlooking lake Naivasha features 5 en-suite comfortable double bedrooms, it can accommodate up to 10 guests.
Punda Milias Bufallo Cottage, Nakuru
Buffalo Cottage is a rustic and tastefully decorated 3-bedroom all en-suite cottage nestled in the bush of Nakuru with sweeping views of the Rift Valley landscape.
Punda Millias Bush Villa, Nakuru
Punda Milias Luxury Bush Villa is a modern and tastefully decorated 5-bedroom all en-suite house nestled in the bush of Nakuru with sweeping views of the Rift Valley landscape.
The Croft, Nakuru
The Croft is an exciting one-bedroom private cabin situated just 15 minutes from Nakuru town. It is ideal for couples, solo travellers, or small families.