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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

Lake Naivasha, Kenya

(Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge is located 100 kilometers from Nairobi or just over an hour and 15 kilometers from Naivasha town on tarmac roads and is situated at Lake Naivasha’s Southern Shoreline in Africa’s Great Rift Valley)

 

 

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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

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Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge; Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge is located 100 kilometers from Nairobi or just over an hour on tarmac roads and is situated at Lake Naivasha's Southern Shoreline in Africa's Great Rift Valley.

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge creates a feeling of quiet down as soon as you set your eyes on the lodge's rich, manicured grounds. From here, the Mount Longonot, an extinct volcano, towers behind the lake imparting a soft, purple tinge.

 

These idyllic grounds upon which the Naivasha Simba is set, together with its countryside look make it the perfect location for conferences, wedding receptions, honeymoons and private retreats.

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge consists of 70 superior guest rooms furnished with wrought iron and mahogany furniture and has a step-down sitting area with television. They are clustered in blocks of 10 rooms, with 6 on the ground floor and 4 on the top.

 

The middle two rooms on the top have interconnecting facilities, making it convenient for those with families. The end rooms on either side of the block also have extra open air showers.

 

 

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge Non-Residents Accommodation Prices

Non-Residents Accommodation Rates Per Night Include: Full Board

Dates From
Dates To

Single Room

(1 Guest)

Double Room

(2 Guests)

Triple Room

(3 Guests)

1st Jan 2014
31st Mar 2014
237 US Dollars
288 US Dollars
432 US Dollars
1st Apr 2014
15th Jun 2014
152 US Dollars
190 US Dollars
285 US Dollars
16th Jun 2014
30th Jun 2014
237 US Dollars
288 US Dollars
432 US Dollars
01st Jul 2014
31st Oct 2014
274 US Dollars
330 US Dollars
495 US Dollars
01st Nov 2014
15th Dec 2014
204 US Dollars
250 US Dollars
375 US Dollars

 

Notes

* 3 superb meals, teas/ coffee

* Children of ages 2 -12 years pay 50% of adult rate
* Value Added Tax, Training Levy and Service Charge

* Child of ages 1.99 years and below sharing a room with adult is free

* Boat Trips (1 hour) Minimum 4 Guests cost 25 US Dollars per person

* Children under 12 years having exclusive use of a room 75% of adult rate

* Child 2 to 12 years sharing a room with an adult pays 50% of the Adult Rate

* Christmas Supplement from 24th Dec to 1st Jan 2015 per person is 50 US Dollars

 

 

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge Residents Accommodation Prices

Residents Accommodation Rates Per Night Include: Full Board

Dates From
Dates To

Single Room

( 1 Guest)

Double Room

(2 Guests)

Triple Room

(3 Guests)

1st Jan 2014
17th Apr 2014

14,000

Kenya Shillings

20 ,000

Kenya Shillings

30,000

Kenya Shillings

18th Apr 2014
21st Apr 2014

15,000

Kenya Shillings

22,000

Kenya Shillings

33,000

Kenya Shillings

22nd Apr 2014
31st Jun 2014

14,000

Kenya Shillings

20,000

Kenya Shillings

30,000

Kenya Shillings

 

Notes

* Child of ages 1.99 years and below sharing a room with adult is free

* Children under 12 years having exclusive use of a room 75% of adult rate

* Child 2 to 12 years sharing a room with an adult pays 50% of the Adult Rate

 

 

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge serves a variety of tempting dishes ranging from Local to Eastern, Indian and International. The lodge also welcomes and invites its guests to participate in the preparation of their own dinner making it a truly learning and discovery experience.

 

There is a wide screen at the lounge if you wish to catch up with the latest sports action, but if disco is the thing for you then you’ll be at home at the Ibis Pub. Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge has a solar heated swimming pool with a poolside snack bar.

 

Should you need to rejuvenate, there is an elaborate Heath Centre with a fully equipped fitness gym, steam room, sauna room, massage rooms and beauty therapist.

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge beauty therapist offers manicures, pedicures, facials and waxing sessions. You can also work up a sweat at the tennis court or if not too inclined to strenuous activity, enjoy a game or two of pool. A gift shop provides a selection of books and novels you can read.

 

Here, you can also buy gifts for your loved ones. Children are also catered for, with a baby pool and a baby-sitting service available on request, to ensure that you all enjoy the vacation. Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge offers a variety of fun team-building exercises can also be carried out such as Breaking the Barrier, Acid River, Wall Climbing, Free Fall and Rebirth.

 

Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge has five conference rooms, the largest with a maximum capacity of 200 persons. The conference rooms are equipped with projector and white board.

 

In addition, the larger room has audio facilities. The Business Center with Internet connection is available in case you wish to get some work done or just to check up on things back home.

 


 

Booking & Reservations for Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge located 100 kilometers from Nairobi or just over an hour and 15 kilometers from Naivasha town - Kenya

Booking Office Tel: + 254 (0) 20 2437871

Mobile : 0721242711 (Safaricom) - Kenya

Email: info@africanspicesafaris.com

 

 

 

Lake Naivasha Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge Activities


Joy & George Adamson Museum

Joy & George Adamson Museum

Joy & George Adamson Museum; Joy & George Adamson Museum is located in the main house at the Lodge. Guests can go through historical collections of art, books, guns and personal items belonging to this world renowned couple.

 

George was a Lion Conservationist while his wife Joy was an artist, author of world acclaimed books e.g. 'Born free' She is also known for the animals she cared for especially "Elsa" the Lioness. The Land-rover that George was driving when his life was cut short is parked at the park of the main house which is the Elsamere Lodge.

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Crescent Island Wildlife Sanctuary

Crescent Island Wildlife Sanctuary

Crescent Island Wildlife Sanctuary; Crescent Island Wildlife Sanctuary is a submerged rim of an immerged volcanic crater forming a bay which is the deepest point of Lake Naivasha. Crescent Island is a preserved sanctuary of wildlife where you will wander among tiny herds of mammals.

 

A peaceful experience… Giraffe, antelope, gazelle, eland, zebra and lot of birds. Buffaloes are rare. The usual way to access the small island is by a boat Ride arranged by African Spice Safaris. There is also possibility to access it by road passing through the "Horse Riding Complex".
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Crater Lake Game Sanctuary

Crater Lake Game Sanctuary

Crater Lake Game Sanctuary; Crater Lake Game Sanctuary is located after the Kongoni village in Lake Naivasha. Crater Lake Game Sanctuary is a private sanctuary which includes lots of wildlife in its small forest sitting at the side of the Crater Lake volcano.

 

Game Drives are done in the fenced area and guests can get refreshed at the Crater Lake Lodge located at the bottom of the crater. Crater Lake Game Sanctuary landscape is breathtaking as the small crater is soaked by a pink-bordered green-salted lake which is habitat for flamingos and other birds. And if you are courageous, there is a path going around the rim of the crater.
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Boat Rides on Lake Naivasha

Boat Rides On Lake Naivasha

Morning Boat Rides on Lake Naivasha are an ideal time to spot the many species of waterfowl and brilliantly colored kingfishers. The lake is home to the largest waterfowl population in Kenya. Elsamere Conservation Centre has also become famous for its resident troop of black and white colobus monkeys, which visit the centre regularly.

 

Guests may easily view the troop from the lakeside lawn. Other frequent visitors to the centre are pod of hippopotami, which often graze on the lawn at night.

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Hell's Gate National Park

Hell's Gate National Park

Hell's Gate National Park; Hell's Gate National Park is a tiny Park located between Naivasha Lake, Mt. Longonot and Mt. Suswa volcanoes. Hell's Gate National Park provides a variety of wildlife, unusual flora and many species of birds and is one of the two only Kenyan Parks where climbing, walking and biking are allowed.

 

Covered by ashes from the Longonot eruption which occurred 100 years ago, the Park is famous for its geothermal station, Lower Gorge and spectacular sceneries (cliffs, volcanoes, gorges, geothermal steam). Approximately 20 kilometers from Lake Naivasha

 

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Mount Longonot National Park

Mount Longonot National Park

Mount Longonot National Park; Mount Longonot National Park is formed around Mount Longonot, a young dormant volcano. Mount Longonot was created during the volcanic eruptions that formed the Great Rift Valley. Guests can travel to the rim of the crater or inside to the bottom. As you climb, you will pass herds of grazing wildlife or watch buffalo and other animals as they cross the crater floor.

 

Activities within Mount Longonot National Park include hiking, rock climbing, biking and observing birds and wildlife. Views of Lake Naivasha and the valley itself are not to be missed. Hot springs and steam seep through vents in the solid lava. Approximately 25 kilometers from Lake Naivasha

 

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Lake Nakuru National Park

Lake Nakuru National Park; Nakuru means "Dust or Dusty Place" in Masai language. Lake Nakuru National Park, close to Nakuru town, was established in 1961. Lake Nakuru National Park is world famous as the location of the greatest bird spectacle on earth - myriads of fuschia pink flamingoes whose numbers are legion, often more than a million maybe two.

 

They feed on the abundant algae, which thrives in the warm waters. Scientists reckon that the flamingo population at Lake Nakuru National Park consumes about 250,000 kilos of algae per hectare of surface area per year.

 

There are two types of flamingo species: the Lesser flamingo can be distinguished by its deep red carmine bill and pink plumage unlike the greater, which has a bill with a black tip. Approximately 80 kilometers from Lake Naivasha

 

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