|1||Kivu Resort||NKR||FB||Ksh. 3,900/-||Jan-22nd Dec|
|2||Sirville Lake Elementaita||NKR||FB||Ksh. 4,500/-||Jan-22nd Dec|
|3||The Cliff||NKR||FB||Ksh. 15,000/-||16th Oct-30th Nov|
|4||Jacaranda Lake Elementaita||ELM||FB||Ksh. 5,500/-||1st Nov-22nd Dec.|
|5||Sarova Woodlands||NKR||HB||Ksh. 5,500/-||15th Jul-22nd Dec|
|6||Lake Elementaita Serena||ELM||FB||Ksh. 15,000/-||1st Jul-22nd Dec.|
|7||Sunbird Lodge||ELM||FB||Ksh. 8,300/-||16th Oct-23rd Dec|
|8||Great Rift Valley Lodge||NVS||FB||Ksh. 10,400/-||15th Aug-21st Dec|
|9||Chui Lodge (SUN –THUR)||NVS||FB||Ksh. 14,500/-||1st Apr-23rd Dec.|
|10||Kiangazi House(SUN – THU)||NVS||FB||Ksh. 14,500/-||1st Apr-23rd Dec.|
|11||Hylise Hotel Naivasha||NVS||FB||Ksh. 4,750/-||Oct – 21st Dec.|
|14||Labelle Inn||NVS||FB||Ksh. 5,000/-||1st Jan-31st Dec.|
|15||Lake Naivasha Resort||NVS||FB||Ksh. 12,000/-||1st Jan – 21st Dec.|
|16||Sawela Lodges||NVS||FB||Ksh. 10,000/-||1st Jan – 23rd Dec.|
|17||Kongoni Lodge||NVS||FB||Ksh. 7,300/-||1st Jan – 31st Dec.|
|18||Masada Hotel||NVS||FB||Ksh. 6,600/-||1st Jan – 21st Dec.|
|19||Sweet Lake Resort||NVS||FB||Ksh. 5,400/-||1st Jan – 21st Dec.|
|20||Panorama Park Hotel||NVS||FB||Ksh. 8,200/-||1st Jan – 21st Dec.|
|21||Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort||NVS||FB||Ksh. 8,500/-||1st Nov.-21st Dec.|
|22||Enashipai Resort & Spa||NVS||FB||Ksh. 13,000/-||Till 22nd Dec.2020|
|23||West Beach Camp||NVS||FB||Ksh. 5,400/-||1st Jan – 21st Dec.|
|24||Chui Lodge(FRI – SAT)||NVS||FB||Ksh. 16,750/-||1st Apr-23rd Dec.|
|25||Kiangazi House (FRI-SAT)||NVS||FB||Ksh. 16,750/-||1st Apr-23rd Dec.|
|26||L.Naivasha Country Club||NVS||AL||Ksh. 7,200/-||Till 22nd Dec.2020|
|27||Fina Gardens Resort||NVS||FB||Ksh. 5,600/-||1st Jan-19th Dec.|
|28||Astorian Grand Hotel||NVS||FB||Ksh. 5,400/-||Till 22nd Dec.2020|
|29||Lerruat Log Resort Kajiado||KJD||FB||Ksh. 7,900/-||1st Sep-20th Dec.|
Different lakes in Kenya poses different appeals. There are lakes that are bird watchers paradises, lakes that are home to spectacular scenes of hot springs and geysers, lakes with islands, lakes Kenya shares with other countries and lakes that have some of the most interesting stories of how they came to exist. The bottom line is that natural beauty on these lakes is superb. There are also literally dozens of interesting and fun things you could do around the lakes.
What to expect:-
Lake Nakuru provides the visitor with one of Kenya’s best known images. Thousands of flamingo, joined into a massive flock, fringe the shores of this soda lake. A pulsing pink swathe of life that carpets the water, the flamingo are a breathtaking sight.
The lake has become world famous for these birds, who visit the lake to feed on algae that forms on the lake bed. They move back and forth, feeding and occasionally and spectacularly taking to flight, filling the sky over the lake with color.
Nakuru has more than just flamingos. This is a major National Park and an important sanctuary for Rhino. Both Black and White Rhino are found here, and are often seen resting under acacias by the Lake shore.
The park abounds with game. There are huge herds of waterbuck, zebra, buffalo, the endangered Rothschild Giraffe and more.
This is one of your best chances of seeing Leopard in Kenya, and there are several large prides of Lion
Lake Naivasha is a beautiful freshwater lake, fringed by thick papyrus. The lake is almost 13kms across, but its waters are shallow with an average depth of five meters.
Lake area varies greatly according to rainfall, with an average range between 114 and 991 sq. kms. At the beginning of the 20th Century, Naivasha completely dried up and effectively disappeared. The resulting open land was farmed, until heavy rains a few years later caused the lake to return to existence, swallowing up the newly established estates.
Afternoon wind and storms can cause the Lake to become suddenly rough and produce high waves. For this reason, the local Maasai christened the lake Nai’posha meaning ‘rough water’.
The lake and its surroundings are rich in natural bounty, and the fertile soils and water supply have made this one of Kenya’s prime agricultural regions. Much of the lake is surrounded by forests of the yellow barked Acacia Xanthophlea, known as the yellow fever tree.
These forests abound with bird life, and Naivasha is known as a world class birding destination. The waters of the lake draw a great range of game to these shores. Giraffes wander among the acacia, Buffalo wallow in the swamps and Colobus monkeys call from the treetops while the Lakes large hippo population sleep the day out in the shallows.
Elementeita is a small soda lake, nestled in the eastern sweep of the Great Rift Valley. The Lake is surrounded by spectacular country that played an important role in the early colonial history of Kenya.
Today Elementeita is a peaceful and low-key place, lying in the shadow of an impressively peaked hill known locally as the ‘Sleeping Maasai’. The lake attracts many visiting flamingo, and it shores are grazed by zebra, gazelle, eland and families of warthog. The lake and its surrounding forests are perfect for long walks and birding.