Enashipai resort & spaEnashipai resort & spaEnashipai is a Maasai word meaning Happiness. The ambience at the resort certainly lives up to the meaning of the word by providing both accommodation and dining experiences that are out of this world. This charmingly chic and stylish facility is located at the shores of Lake Naivasha, just 1 hour drive from Nairobi. Naivasha town is known for its calmness and warmth. , View Listing
Lake Naivasha panorama parkLake Naivasha panorama parkLake Naivasha Panorama Park is certainly panoramic in every sense of the word. Not only does this lodge present expansive views of Lake Naivasha but it is also operated on Christian principles and values. It is one of the few alcohol-free lodging facilities in the country, with a homely atmosphere that makes it a destination of choice for many couples travelling along with their children. , View Listing
Crater Lake LodgeCrater Lake LodgeTucked away in the Great Rift Valley region of Kenya, Crater lodge has worn an award with Travel News and Lifestyle for being the best luxurious lodge in Kenya. Crater lodge remains true to its word just like its mission states; strive to provide consistent superior services that exceed customer expectations and gain. The facility has mind blowing activities, luxurious accommodation, sumptuous foods and the best services. Hospitality is also something that everyone notices from the moment they step into the compound., View Listing
Great rift valley lodge and Golf ResortGreat rift valley lodge and Golf ResortThe Great Rift Valley lodge lives up o its name by providing unrivalled view points of the Great Rift Valley, the world’s deepest and most scenically endowed valley. The lodge towers above Lake Naivasha giving rise to unobstructed views of the lake beneath and the undulating physical features dotting the surface of the rift valley, View Listing
The Lake Naivasha Country ClubThe Lake Naivasha Country ClubLake Naivasha country club is one of the oldest tourism and leisure resorts in Kenya, with a heritage that dates back to 1930. This explains the vintage colonial architecture that forcefully dominates the accommodation units at the lodge. The lodge enjoys an expansive 12 hectares of land with spreading fever trees and old acacia trees providing a nice shade to lush green lawns. , View Listing