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Sanctuary Farm House Guest Home Lake Naivasha

Lake Naivasha Holiday Home with 10 Double Rooms each with Bathroom/ Verandah

(Sanctuary Farm House Guest Home Lake Naivasha is a family run Guest House Holiday House ON Moi South Lake Road in Naivasha inside Sanctuary Farm .The Sanctuary is a 500 acre farm on the shores of Lake Naivasha with abundant game about 95 kilometers from Nairobi.)


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Sanctuary Farm House Guest Home Lake Naivasha

Sanctuary Farm House Guest Home Lake Naivasha View, Discounted Prices - Book Now!

Sanctuary Farm House Guest Home Lake Naivasha is the perfect place to relax, ride, walk and cycle in a safe private environment, whilst enjoying the numerous species of wildlife and world class bird life. that are protected on the farm.


Right next to Sanctuary Farm is a peninsula called Crescent Island (a small park fee is charged) where guests can catch boat rides and walk among herds of herbivores, either with or without a guide.


The farm is carpeted in Acacia trees and leads down to the lake. There is an abundance of wildlife including giraffe, wildebeest, impala, zebra, Thompson and Grants Gazelle, Dikdik, Hippo and buffalo as well as an extraordinarily concentrated variety of bird life.


Sanctuary Farm House Naivasha consists of sitting room, dining room, four bedrooms, two bathrooms and a guest cottage in the garden with its own bathroom which is ideal for a couple. Sanctuary Farm House Naivasha main house is ideal for a small guest family, with parents sleeping in a room with a double bed and adjoining bathroom and the children sleeping in an adjoining room with two single beds.


There is no swimming pool as the family prefers to swim in the lake, and welcomes you to enjoy this as well. The Sanctuary Farm borders Lake Naivasha and offers horse riding, cycling, bird watching & wonderful walks in among zebra, wildebeest and even giraffe .




Sanctuary Farm House Non Resident Accommodation Rates

2014 Sanctuary Farm House Non-Resident Accommodation Rates Per Night Include:

Morning Tea or Coffee + Breakfast + Lunch + Afternoon Tea and Dinner

Room Type
Full Board Accommodation
Single Room (1 Guest)

290 US Dollars

Double Room (2 Guests)

360 US Dollars

Triple Room (3 Guests)

450 US Dollars

Children Aged 12 Years Sharing with Adult

80 US Dollars


Sanctuary Farm House Resident Accommodation Rates

2014 Sanctuary Farm House Resident Accommodation Rates Per Night Include:

Morning Tea or Coffee + Breakfast + Lunch + Afternoon Tea and Dinner

Room Type
Full Board Accommodation
Single Room (1 Guest)


Kenya Shillings

Double Room (2 Guests)


Kenya Shillings

Triple Room (3 Guests)


Kenya Shillings

Children Aged 12 Years Sharing with Adult


Kenya Shillings



Gate entry fee charged for the maintenance of roads on the farm, which are applicable to all of the following:-

* 200 Kenya Shillings per Saloon car

* 500 Kenya Shillings per bus or lorry
300 Kenya Shillings per minibus/ safari vehicle

Self Catering Option Accommodation (One Booking at a Time) Rooms Only Rates:
Triple Room: 14,000 Kenya Shillings
Single Room : 12,000 Kenya Shillings

* Double Room/ Twin Room: 13,000 Kenya Shillings

* Self Catering Kitchen 2,000 Kenya Shillings per day
A 50% deposit is required to secure any booking made

The Club House Cafe Meal Rates
* Lunch: 2,000 Kenya Shillings

* Dinner 2,500 Kenya Shillings

* Breakfast: 1,500 Kenya Shillings
* Afternoon Tea & Cake/ Biscuits: 750 Kenya Shillings

Sanctuary Farm House Camping Fees
* Beds: 550 Kenya Shillings per night
* Mattresses: 250 Kenya Shillings per night

* Bundle of wood for campfire 550 Kenya Shillings

* Optional: Safari Tent (8 Feet x 9 Feet): 5,500 Kenya Shillings = per night
Full Set of Bedding (sheet, duvet & cover, pillow & cover, hot water bottle): 550 Kenya Shillings = per night

* 1,500 Kenya Shillings per adult half price for children under 12 (Minimum fee 6,000 Kenya Shillings per night)



Accepted Mode of Payment

online payment





Sanctuary Farm House Lake Naivasha Activities

Boat Rides on Lake Naivasha

Boat rides A boat ride is an opportunity to get closer to rafts of hippo, watch fish eagles darting for fish and experience the lake from the water. | Read More


Crater Lake

Is a tiny jade green crater lake. There are many trails including one for hikers along the steep but diminutive crater rim. 40km from Sanctuary farm on a rough road. | Read More


Aberdare National Park

An hours drive on good tarmac to begin with and then on rather bad murram road thereafter. Contains a wide range of landscapes – from the mountain peaks to deep v shaped valleys intersected by streams, rivers and waterfalls.

Visitors can indulge in trout fishing, walking, picnics and bird watching – there are over 250 species. | Read More


Crescent island

Crescent Island is linked to Sanctuary Farm by a causeway. No vehicles are permitted on the island and walks are guided. Crescent Island is a stunning location within walking distance of the farm elevated with magnificent 360* views across the lake. | Read More


Mt Longonot National Park

A trail runs from the park entrance up to the crater rim and continues in a loop encircling the crater. The whole tour is 8-9 km long but quite steep so the round trip takes around five hours hiking. Mt Longonot National Park is 20 minutes drive from the farm on a good tarmac road which then turns into a dirt road. | Read More


Golf at the Great Rift Valley Lodge

Voted the leading golf resort in kenya. 40 km away from Sanctuary Farm on a rough road. | Read More


Hells Gate National Park

A small national park known for its volcanic scenery. There is a dramatic little gorge which is great fun to scramble down and follow the stream from the splashing hot springs.


One can rock climb, cycle, ride, walk and drive in the park. Rock climbing instructors and ropes etc can be organized at the gate as can the hire of bicycles. | Read More


Nakuru National Park

Is best known for its myriads of fuchsia pink flamingoes nesting along the shores of the alkaline lake and feeding on the abundant algae which thrives in the warm waters.


Also of interest are the Rothschild giraffe, black and white rhino, lion, cheetah and leopard are also often seen within the park. An hours drive on good tarmac road. | Read More


Tennis, Swimming, Gym and Spa

Are available at Sopa Lodge 5 Kilometers away and Enashipai 5 Kilometers away. | Read More


Sanctuary Horseback Safaris, Lake Naivasha

A horseback safari provides the ideal way to explore the Great Rift Valley up close, see plenty of giraffe, zebra, wildebeest, impala, plus various other species and birds, and enjoy the fantastic panorama of Sanctuary Farm.


The landscape is spectacular - you will be in awe of the beauty in the areas around Lake Naivasha. We ride at 10am and 4pm daily. Prices for Sanctuary Farm please Inquire (1 Hour/ 1.5 Hours / 2 Hours etc).



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