Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels

South Lake Road, Naivasha, Kenya | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel is located on South Lake Road, Naivasha.
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    Travel Blogs from Naivasha

    Hip-hiphop-hiphopopautomus!

    A travel blog entry by amakela on Aug 27, 2014

    8 photos

    Today might have been my favourite day so far. We drove to Lake Naivasha and got on some sketchy boats. The water has risen 6 feet so it's boggy and all the trees are underwater. It's eerie but very beautiful. We first went on a search for hippos and found them right away! We saw a couple of families in the water and got close enough but kept our distance. Then we came upon 3 hippos laying outside the water. Our guide says he can get ...

    Volunteering in Kenya

    A travel blog entry by rogersgapyear on May 26, 2014

    6 comments, 5 photos

    ... the way naming someone by their race may in the western world. It simply is. Feeling like heroes after changing the tyre, our arrogance soon evolved into embarrassment when we realised that we were almost out of fuel, which may have been ok if it weren’t for the stagnant stream of traffic leading to the only petrol station. The traffic was literally at a stand still so we turned off the engine to save fuel, moved, turned it off again etc until in the middle of ...

    And out the window I go...

    A travel blog entry by yarisegura on May 04, 2014

    10 photos

    ... the safari, since it was not over yet. We saw zebras, wildebeests, African buffalo, giraffes, flamingos, monkeys, impalas, and lucky enough lions
    resting. We were all still shaky from the baboon experience, and we didn’t feel
    comfortable with the top of the van open, worried that it would pounce on us as
    well, and again I would of probably been the target. As we continued on, we saw
    a white rhino crossing in front of us, so we had to stop to let it pass, worried ...

    Lake Nakuru: Baboon Cliff

    A travel blog entry by pollock.franki on May 04, 2014

    1 comment, 8 photos

    ... to me taking my Pringles out of the lunch I had packed. Taylor was on the other side of the baboon so all she saw was a big red baboon butt. Mean while the girls in the back of the van are on top of each other crying while Eric goes into turtle mode and curls up in a ball and covers himself. Ranelle is in the front sit just yelling because she couldn't really help us. Paul comes around the van with a huge machete (which he pulled out of no where by the way!) ...

    My time here is winding down.

    A travel blog entry by anniexf on Apr 30, 2014

    4 photos

    ... s fun to see them initiate prayer with patients, and for the patients to tell us they’re grateful for the way God worked through us, even when their loved ones pass away. It’s nice.

    Today Evelyn, the Kenyan internal medicine doc who is the head of the ICU, invited Patricia, Anna and me over for afternoon tea. She made mandazi (yummy breakfast pastry that reminds me of an elephant ear, but it’s triangle shaped), chapati (sweet bread ...