Kenya & Beyond Safaris
Moi Avenue, CBD
P.O. Box 4623-00200, Nairobi - Kenya
Kiangazi House Naivasha lies within a Wildlife corridor connecting the lake Naivasha shore, environs with Hells Gate National Park and beyond into the Masailand. Adjacent to Kiangazi House Naivasha is the private 20,000 acre Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary complete with a diversity of wildlife including rhino, leopard, cheetah, Grevy's zebra, giraffe, kudu and hyena. Kiangazi House Naivasha is a luxurious and spacious country home overlooking Lake Naivasha Olaidien Bay in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya. Kiangazi House is approximately 100 Kilometers from Nairobi by road and around 27 Kilometers from turnoff onto Moi South Lake, Lake Naivasha. Kiangazi has its own airstrip nearby and charter flights from Nairobi take around 20 Minutes
Kiangazi House Naivasha is set amongst beautiful lush gardens and tended lawns, this homestead has truly breathtaking views of un spoilt Africa. Accommodation consists of 5 rooms. Each room has its own distinctive character with en-suite bathroom. All of the beds are four-poster surrounded in netting.
Three of the rooms (1 twin, 2 doubles) are inside the main house, one of these being the Ibis suite which has its own fireplace and mini-bar. 2 new garden rooms are situated outside the main house and have their own private verandas. (3 smaller annex rooms can be made available for larger groups).
Kiangazi House Naivasha has highly trained professional chefs who deliver an exquisite array of cuisine. Fresh vegetables and dairy products are produced on the farm nearby and therefore obtained daily. A swimming pool is creatively blended into the surrounding garden.
With delightful lush gardens littered with color, rolling lawns and a view to compliment the beautiful setting, it's ironic that "Kiangazi" is the Swahili word meaning "hot and dry season". This delightful country house overlooks Oloidien Bay and part of Lake Naivasha.
Kiangazi House Naivasha has a library and huge fireplace it is an ideal place to relax in. Or, for the more energetic, there is a tennis court which overlooks the corridor route taking wildlife to water at the lakes edge. A salt lick and water hole is excellently located at the bottom of the garden for animals to congregate at.
Game drives can be arranged here or, for those wishing to venture further afield, it is possible to arrange a whole day trip in the lodges 4x4 vehicles to Lake Nakuru National Park.
In 2002, Joash Were who has been instrumental in start up of many companies within Kenya and Beyond thought of it wisely that it was time to start up something tourism related. He had worked at great places. Bearing in mind that all the progressive people talk “WE” and not I, he has brought together a great team who are professional in their own rights.