Lake Naivasha Simba Lodge

Address: Moi South Lake Rd, Naivasha, Kenya | Hotel
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This hotel is located on Moi South Lake Rd, Naivasha.
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      Travel Blogs from Naivasha

      UEA Part 4 - Flamingone

      A travel blog entry by peteandal on Jan 20, 2015

      9 photos

      ... including a young lion dragging a baby buffalo away- amazing!), black-backed jackals, hundreds of cape buffalo, defassa water buck (the ones with white bums), grants and thompsons gazelle, Eland, Uganda kob, both black and white rhinos, vervet monkeys, loads of olive baboons, giraffes, zebras, pumbas, buzzards, tons of greater flamingoes, pelicans and other nice birds.

      Seeing Black Rhinos is quite rare (despite us seeing them on both of our first ...

      Drama, trucking and Naivasha

      A travel blog entry by victoriacronk on Sep 25, 2014

      2 comments, 2 photos

      This morning we woke to the news that one of our fellow campers Todd (mr America) was robbed in the night.
      A Maasai villager jumped the fence of our camp, opened his tent where he was sleeping and took his trousers which had his money and phone.
      Particularly tragic as he was using his phone as a camera the whole way and had loads of amazing pictures.
      The key to the cage was also in his trousers, the cage is where we keep all the bags, so it meant this had ...

      Cycling Hells Gate

      A travel blog entry by amakela on Aug 28, 2014

      5 photos

      Woke up for an early one this morning to cycle to Hells Gate. 4 km to the entrance, 8 km back and forth and 4 km back to camp =me sore and promising to get into shape when I get home. The way there we were still half asleep so it was ok. The park is absolutely stunning. We got close to impalas, gazelles, giraffes, zebras, warthogs and buffalo. There aren't any fences or anything, the animals do what they want. We had a stand off with a herd of buffalo - did you know they are ...

      Lake Nakuru

      A travel blog entry by jimhilbert on Jun 18, 2014

      1 comment, 1 photo

      ... and starts to allocate cars to drive across the rail bridge. Where this leads I have no idea but the jostling to get to the bridge is unbelievable and quite dangerous as trucks are cutting in and cars are fighting for position with the buses. Charles does his fair share of rallying and we get to the bridge. It looks safe enough and we finally push our way onto the bridge and get across with Clare cheering Charles as the great black hunter. On the other side of the bridge we ...

      Lake Nakuru to Lake Naivasha to Amboseli

      A travel blog entry by annettep on Jun 13, 2014

      2 photos

      ... to stay'. And yes, we did come to that. It was like a little oasis in the middle of the desert. Out of no where is this little piece of paradise, literally speaking, there is a little courtyard in the lodge with a waterfall and pond. Very pretty at night. The lady in the hotel was telling us about the area. She said 'if you wake up early in the morning, about 6am you can see The Killa'. Now one of the guys in the group took this as 'The Killing' and he had a shock look ...