Lake Naivasha is the focus of activity. There is good fishing for black bass and tilapia and a boat trip during the day is recommended for a close-up of Naivasha's remarkable variety of bird life and its hippo colonies. You can see the lake in a different light on a romantic sundowner boat trip, which combines a beautiful sunset with exotic drinks. A visit to Crescent Island should not be missed. It is one of the few places in Africa where you can wander on foot among herds of antelope, Zebra, Wildebeest and Giraffe. There are no predators here. Naivasha is one of the world's outstanding birding destinations with over 300 species. Three bird walks a day are offered in the grounds of the Country Club. The Club offers satellite TV in the main lounge, a swimming pool, bicycles for hire and conference facilities for up to 50 people.
Lolodia House, Lake Naivasha
Loldia House nestles under acacia trees on the western shores of Lake Naivasha. It is one of the country's oldest farms, built in the Second World War and has breathtaking views of the dormant volcano, Mount Longonot. There is a choice of seven en suite double bedrooms with bath and shower facilities, many of the rooms are still furnished with original furniture. Mouth-watering meals are served under the trees or in the dining room.
Loldia is ideally situated for visits to the flamingo lakes of Nakuru, Elementaita, and Bagoria.
Lake Nakuru also offers excellent viewing of black and white rhino in the rhino sanctuary. By foot or on horseback guests can explore the farm where cattle graze amongst flocks of ostriches and herds of wild antelope like waterbuck and impala. For an additional charge there is also fishing and bird watching on Lake Naivasha and visits to the nearby Hell's Gate National Park with its spectacular canyons, hot springs and wildlife.
Crater Lake Camp, Lake Naivasha
Crater Lake Game Sanctuary is situated near Lake Naivasha. It is a beautiful setting overlooking a small crater lake and shaded by large fever trees that are inhabited by families of Colobus Monkeys. The camp consists of eight scattered tents and two wooden cabins that are ideal for families, all tents have en suite shower only facilities. The restaurant, lounge and bar overlook the lake providing the guests with excellent opportunity to watch the flamingo's wading at the waters edge in search of food or the Colobus monkeys playing on the surrounding lawns.
The camp offers many activities from game drives, sailing and boating on the crater lake and on the neighboring Lake Naivasha, bush dining and star gazing. There are various nature walks and trails in the area surrounding the camp. The camp's access is steep making it a difficult visit for the physically handicapped and elderly. An outdoor conference area that accommodates up to 20 people is available with audio-visual equipment.