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Lake Naivasha Lodge is situated on the shores of Lake Naivasha. The 20 double rooms are set back amongst the trees, while the whitewashed central building with its bay windows, terrace and living room, featuring the original fireplace, gives guests a taste of the colonial atmosphere of old farm house. In front of the hotel a mature garden with giant cactus, lofty trees and flowering shrubs, stretches down to the shores of the lake.

On the southern shores of Lake Naivasha is Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge. The lake is the only freshwater lake within Africa's Great Rift Valley. The lake teems with freshwater fish and bathing hippo. Here the avid bird watcher sees paradise in a vast array of exotic bird life. The lake region is host to distinctive herds of plains game and the elusive black faced colobus monkey. Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge has panoramic views of the environs and the lake. 

The Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort borrow its name from the stunning land it sits on.  The Great Rift Valley is one of the greatest natural structures on earth, visible from outer space, stretching 5,500 kilometers, spanning two continents from Jordan in the Middle East, through Kenya in East Africa to Mozambique in Africa. Every view from the room shows a facet of the Valley’s dynamic vistas.  Built around an 18-hole golf course, the lodge is leisurely set on a wide expanse of the massif.

A sheltered oasis, clustered around a waterhole and set in the pristine calm of its own private reserve, Sweetwaters Tented Camp is in a class of its own.

Abounding with wildlife, unfettered by the more rigorous strictures of the Kenyan National Parks and designed to offer a charming blend of under canvas ambiance and uncompromising luxury, it has long been the preferred retreat of wilderness and safari lovers alike. Ol Pejeta being one of the few private game sanctuaries in Kenya, Sweetwaters excels in the provision of privileged seclusion and private game viewing. 

Standing at 2,195m (7,200 ft) on the slopes of snow capped Mount Kenya., ringed by a dense rain forest that comes alive at dusk with the myriad sounds of creatures all sizes Serena Mountain Lodge offers a matchless game viewing opportunity whilst combining a glorious panorama of mountain vistas with the primordial splendors of an ancient rainforest. The lodge offers not only the champagne-clarity of mountain air, the tranquility of the forest and a colourful cavalcade of wildlife but also the chance of scaling the icy peaks of Africa’s second-highest mountain.

For many years Kenya’s best kept secret, the untamed wilderness of Meru National Park, is best explored from its hidden jewel – Elsa’s Kopje. Made famous by the film ‘Born Free’ and George Adamson’s lions, the lodge is invisible to the eye as you approach the kopje. Each of the 9 individually built cottages are luxuriously appointed, and here you’ll find the ultimate ‘room with a view’.

Leopard Rock Lodge is set in the heart of the Meru National Park, overlooking the Murera river. From here you can explore the unspoiled scenery while living in an authentic but luxury cottage. Sample delicious African dishes and some locally brewed beer. There is accommodation for 60 people. , There is a museum of local artifacts, and a local pottery workshop.

Set in the heart of the Salient area of the forested Aberdare National Park, at 2286 meters/7500 feet altitude, The Ark overlooks a glade with a floodlit waterhole and salt lick which attracts a host of wildlife. Elephant, rhino, buffalo, leopard, bushbuck, giant forest hog, warthog, waterbuck and hyena are among the animals seen on a regular basis.

Treetops is the original tree lodge, and is world famous for its location facing a water hole and a salt lick on the edge of the Salient area of the Aberdare National Park, set on stilts overlooking a floodlit waterhole and salt lick visited by a variety of animals each night. The lodge lies at 6,450 feet above sea level. It has 4 decks and a rooftop-viewing platform. 

Treetops is the original tree lodge, and is world famous for its location facing a water hole and a salt lick on the edge of the Salient area of the Aberdare National Park, set on stilts overlooking a floodlit waterhole and salt lick visited by a variety of animals each night. The lodge lies at 6,450 feet above sea level. It has 4 decks and a rooftop-viewing platform.