With panoramic views across the Great Rift Valley and the shimmering waters of Lake Oloidien and Naivasha - welcome to Kiangazi House, situated in the Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary, which plays a significant role in Kenya’s conservation effort.
The sanctuary works to protect and breed endangered wildlife species with projects which also focus on restoring and protecting the natural habitat, and is home to a diversity of wildlife that includes leopard, Grevy’s zebra, giraffe, kudu, buffalo, hyena, and plains game, as well as a bird list that boasts over 400 species.
Professional tour guides will tailor the daily activities to guests’ wishes and interests to include day and night game drives in the Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary or along the lakeshore. Spectacular sundowners across the Rift escarpments can be organized along with early morning bush breakfasts and these give guests a chance to view the ubiquitous wildlife that abounds in this dramatic area. Guests can roam the conservancy in 4WD vehicles in complete privacy and yet see an array of wildlife difficult to see elsewhere.
Built as a sprawling ranch house there are 3 double and beautifully decorated en-suite bedrooms. There are a further 4 luxurious en-suite bedrooms detached from the main house, just beyond the swimming pool, with views of either the waterhole and beyond or the lush exotic gardens.
Main guest amenities including a lounge, dining room, bar and library and guests can also play tennis or relax by the pool. Taking time out to relax and in total comfort surrounded by breathtaking escarpments and dazzling lakes is one of Kiangazi’s many pleasures.
Trained Chefs prepare international cuisine and breakfasts. Appetizing lunches are often taken outside in the lush gardens. Three course lunches and dinners are prepared using a variety of fresh local ingredients and given notice, special dietary requirements can be catered for.
Sundowners around a roaring log fire after an unforgettable game drive is the perfect way to end the day here in Naivasha. With so much space and privacy, time here moves slowly and one can absorb oneself in the African bush without disturbance or bumping into other people.
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