General

Take a breather with this Naivasha getaway and spend an unforgettable night at Enashipai Resort and Spa, Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge, Great Rift Valley Lodge or Sawela Lodge.

Lake Naivasha is nestled in Africa’s Great Rift Valley, shrouded in volcanic rock, sedimentary deposits and a large expanse of water.

Animals like hippos, zebras, and teeming bird species can be found on its shores and the bearded vultures are a must see during your Naivasha getaway, as well as kingfishers, cormorants, and pelicans.

Its freshwater lake status makes it a perfect host for tilapia, crayfish, and black bass, all of which you could fish during your Naivasha getaway.

Rates include:

  • Rates are per double room for 1 night
  • Rates apply to East Africa residents only
  • Rates are subject to change depending on availability

Rates exclude:

  • Transport
  • Activities

Accommodation basis:

  • Full board basis includes breakfast, lunch & dinner
  • Bed and breakfast basis includes buffet breakfast only

 

Hotel Rate per Couple(KSH) Accommodation Basis
Low Season High Season Peak Season
Fish Eagle Inn 12,940 12,940 Email for rates Full Board
Eseriani Hotel 10,600 10,600 10,600 Full Board
Lake Naivasha Resort 13,230 13,230 13,230 Full Board
Sweet Lake Resort 13,720 13,720 13,720 Full Board
Kongoni Lodge 11,760 11,760 15,680 Bed and Breakfast
Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge 17,640 17,640 19,400 Full Board
Sawela Lodge 18,620 18,620 18,620 Full Board
Great Rift Valley Lodge 19,990 21,950 24,110 Full Board
Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge 22,540 22,540 24,500 Full Board
Enashipai Resort and Spa 26,460 26,460 26,460 Full Board

 

 

Find  below the dates applicable for each season (they may sometimes vary per hotel)

 

Low Season 01 April – 30 June
High Season 03 Jan – 31 March, 01 November – 15 Dec
Peak Season 01 July – 31 October, 16 Dec – 02 Jan

 

Of course, there is a wide array of hotels and lodges to choose from while you are at your Naivasha getaway. We recommend these ones listed below, now on offer on Vacay Holiday Deals.

Fish Eagle Inn

Located 20km from Naivasha town, Fish Eagle Inn provides top notch accommodation for thrill seekers. Hikes, walks, biking and game viewing may be enjoyed at this destination.

Executive and standard rooms, suites, 2 bedroom cottages and camping sites are all available to choose from depending on the level of affinity you have for adventure.

Except for camping sites, all accommodations feature individual bathrooms and terrace.

Camping areas provide stunning views of the lake, acacia trees, swimming pool, bar, and restaurant.

Eseriani Hotel

This boutique hotel is located in Naivasha town and offers a great hideaway from the demands of everyday life.

All 20 rooms feature key card access, WiFi, cable TV, safes, coffee making facilities and ensuite bathrooms with complimentary dental and shower kits.

Their glass doors open up to a private garden where guests can dine or relax and the restaurant serves tasty international and local cuisines as piped music rends the air.

For relaxation, enjoy drinks from their certified mixologist or take an excursion to Hell’s Gate National Park or the natural sauna at Ol Karia.

Lake Naivasha Resort

Travel back in time during your Naivasha getaway at this luxury resort with English colonial vibes.

Cacti, trees and rose bushes stretch down to Lake Naivasha’s gleaming shores where you can watch the sunset from your ensuite room.

All 12 rooms have air conditioning, WiFi, flat screen TVs and garden facing decks.

Take a boat ride or watch hippos and countless species of birds from the raised viewing deck and later enjoy American style cuisine at the restaurant.

Sweet Lake Resort

This resort is located on the edge of Lake Naivasha and is surrounded by a park.

Its rooms have free WiFi, satellite TV, minibars, and private entrance to each unit. There’s an outdoor pool, restaurant and beautiful garden views.

Business travelers can enjoy the conference facilities and parents can watch their kids frolic of the children’s playground all day.

Kongoni Lodge

Overlooking Lake Oloiden and Lake Naivasha, this lodge is regarded as the wild heart of the Great Rift Valley.

Its cottages feature spacious interiors, TV, private balcony, bathroom with a bidet and free toiletries as well as picturesque views of the lake and escarpment.

Guests may dip their weary shoulders in the pool, hire a mountain bike or spend hours in the game room.

They may then eat their fill of local and continental dishes at the on-site restaurant and enjoy sundowner cocktails at the Safari Bar.

Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

Is your Naivasha getaway actually a wedding ceremony? Why not host it at the luxurious Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge?

The lawn is manicured by nature itself- hippos leave the lake at night to trim the lush expansive grass on the property.

Moreover, a floating pavilion well decorated by staff at this resort is available on request and may be placed anywhere you please – on the lake or at the end of the jetty.

Lavishly appointed bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities, TV, minibars electronic safe, open-air verandahs and large frontal windows characterize the rooms at Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge.

You will spot vervet and colobus monkeys from time to time as well as waterbucks and giraffes.

Sawela Lodge

This lodge is nestled among acacia trees and is only 36km from Hell’s Gate National Park.

Team building and corporate events are thoroughly enjoyed here thanks to meeting and conference rooms, lush green gardens for contact sports, water park and boating facilities.

Guests may go for nature walks, boat trips, a swim at the on-site pool or relax at the bar.

Rooms have air conditioning, satellite TV, ensuite bathrooms, tea and coffee making facilities and large windows.

Great Rift Valley Lodge

Perched above Lake Naivasha, the Great Rift Valley Lodge is renowned for its 18-hole championship golf course.

Sports enthusiasts may also enjoy two clay tennis courts and a swimming pool while their kids immerse themselves in activities offered by the Young Ranger’s Club.

The Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort features panoramic views of Lake Naivasha and of the Rift Valley.

Rooms are furnished with handmade wooden furniture and include WiFi, dining room, kitchen and private balcony.

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

Magnificent views of Mt. Longonot is what this lodge offers together with rich manicured grounds, views of the lake and well-appointed rooms.

Rooms have wrought iron and mahogany furnishings, tea, and coffee making facilities, open-air showers, WiFi, satellite TVs, safes, and workstation.

A heated swimming pool with a poolside snack bar as well as delicious cocktails may be enjoyed after a day of nature walks and boat rides.

Enashipai Resort and Spa

Enashipai takes relaxation to new heights. From spa treatments to fine dining, and partying.

When you need an adrenaline shot, go for a hike, mountain climbing, bird watching, boat safari or play golf.

You may also visit the Maa Museum where you can interact with the Maasai and learn their culture and traditions.

Rooms have African Inspired decor, with flat screen TV, air conditioning, private bathrooms and free WiFi

 

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