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We stayed there one night, and took boat trip in the morning. Accommodation is convenient, though wifi only at reception.
It is not recommended to walk in the dark, as you can bump into hippo, and it is dangerous. Boat trip on Naivasha lake is...More
Wonderful place! Great grove of African acacia on the bank of Naivasha lake. It is a big but closed territory, no any people, except living at Sanctuary farm can be here. You can walk around, where zebras, giraffes, antelopes, buffalos grazes just few meters from...More
Have been taking 3+ international trips a year for 20 years, seeking out unusual hotels where I can, and this one is the best.
- Wildlife. You wake up looking at zebras. Walk with giraffes after breakfast. Observe wildebeest at lunch. Horseback ride among...More
We spent four days here and reveled in every animal experience. Zebras, monkey, impalas, giraffes, wildebeest, buffalo, ibis, Egyptian geese, iridescent blue birds - all meandering past our door. Wifi reception is vital to my husband's work and we always had a strong signal. We...More
We spent one night at Sanctuary Farm and we have to say it was one of the highlights of our trip. We couldn't have imagined or hoped for a better place to stay. The farm is perfectly located right near the lake and is surrounded...More
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We live in a beautiful part of the world. A normally day in Naivasha would be cool mornings, hot sunny days and pleasant evenings. The wind does seem to build up around sunset. So a light jumper/ cardi never goes... More
We live in a beautiful part of the world. A normally day in Naivasha would be cool mornings, hot sunny days and pleasant evenings. The wind does seem to build up around sunset. So a light jumper/ cardi never goes astray. We also do have a few mostiques and insects but nothing too harmful or annoying. As Zlatko said common sense does apply. We look forward to welcoming you.