Lake Naivasha Country Club-Sun Africa Hotels

Address: 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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      WE SAW A LEOPARD

      A travel blog entry by megwilson on Oct 23, 2014

      1 comment, 9 photos

      Such an awesome safari this afternoon! We headed out in pouring rain thinking we'd end up bogged somewhere, but it's been the best one yet! The rain held off long enough to see some up close elephants and giraffes (like next to the truck close) along with the other usual animals. Luckily we saw a car stopped looking at a tree which is where we saw the leopard having a rest on a branch. Unfortunately ...

      Hippo hunting

      A travel blog entry by lets.get.lost on Jul 30, 2014

      3 photos

      ... his scent they stay away, what a load of rubbish! This put a damper on the rest of the tour, but we did see a couple of hippo family's (with babies), and some lovely birds. Wasn't worth the $25usd we spent though. Dinner tonight was a traditional Kenyan meal which was all made by our guide and driver joe and Patrick. It was delish and included roasted goat, chippati, home made salsa, cabbage, silver beat and more ugli. Then it was another eve spent around the campfire ...

      Passing buffalo on bicycles and other fun things!

      A travel blog entry by lottieuganda on Jun 08, 2014

      1 comment

      ... stunning with trickling water here and there. The trickles got rather larger at one stage and as the guide said 'flash flood' we all lept to the side expecting a huge torrent of water to come from the round corner (it certainly sounded like it would), infact it started as what looked like thick laver but was actually mud making its way down, the water then increased into a powerful surge of water which I wouldn't have liked to be stuck in! Because ...

      And out the window I go...

      A travel blog entry by yarisegura on May 04, 2014

      10 photos

      ... seating next to me, opened the window, while I looked for
      the quickest way to escape. I didn’t think twice about it, while everyone’s
      screams were ringing in my ear. Just as the baboon landed on me, I jumped out
      the window, landed on my lower back, lost my shoes, dropped my phone, and broke
      my shades on the way down. I wasn’t thinking, just wanted out; I was in full
      survival mode, worried it would bite me, since they tend to be very ...

      Case report! Nope, it's just CHF.

      A travel blog entry by anniexf on May 01, 2014

      5 photos

      ... I can show my intern how to manage CHF.

      Safari Walk… not so much.

      After all of that excitement on the wards, I left the hospital and got ready to go to Nairobi with Patricia. We wanted to go to Nairobi National Park, where my travel book talks about a Safari Walk where you can walk on raised bridges and see animals, and an Animal Orphanage, where you can actually pet the cheetahs. Then we wanted to go for a ...