Lake Naivasha

Naivasha Simba Lodge

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room interior

Naivasha Simba Lodge

the swimming pool

Naivasha Simba Lodge

en-suite facilities

Naivasha Simba Lodge

Lake Naivasha is located in the Great Rift Valley, 101 km (63 mi) from Nairobi.  

The shores of the 139 km² lake are where Joy Adamson, author of “Born Free”, lived for many years.

Naivasha Simba Lodge is situated on the banks of Lake Naivasha. It boasts 70 superior rooms tastefully fitted with locally-worked wrought iron and mahogany furniture. An unusual feature to the rooms is a sunken lounge area that includes television.

All rooms are en-suite and each has a private balcony. Some rooms have interconnecting doors that make them ideal family accommodation.

The formal grounds are beautifully landscaped and look out upon an extinct volcano known as Mount Longonot.

As well as being a delightful safari lodge, this is also the perfect setting for wedding celebrations, honeymoons and conferences.

In January 2005, the conference facilities of this world-renown lodge were the site of the Sudanese Peace Agreement (also known as the Naivasha Agreement) which was attended by several world leaders including Thabo Mvuyelwa Mbeki (South Africa), Kofi Atta Annan (Ghana) and Colin Luther Powell (USA) among others.

Multi-ethnic cuisine, well-stocked bars, comfortable lounges, health centre, steam room and sauna, massage rooms and beauty therapist ensure that you will relax in leisurely style.

For the more energetic there is a solar-powered heated swimming pool, tennis court and fully equipped gym.

The bird-watching is particularly good here with about 450 species in the immediate locality.

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the restaurant

Naivasha Simba Lodge

mature grounds

Naivasha Simba Lodge

the well-stocked bar

Naivasha Simba Lodge