Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

Address: Tarmac Road, Naivasha, Kenya | Lodge
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This lodge is located on Tarmac Road, Naivasha.
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TravelPod Member ReviewsLake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

Reviewed by teacherintl

Zebras from the Balcony

Reviewed Jul 8, 2014
by (3 reviews) Seattle , United States Flag of United States

They put fresh roses in the room in the morning and cover your bed with a freshly-sprayed mosquito net at night. What more could you ask of a lodge in Africa? There are knowledgeable guides who will take you to see whatever wildlife you might want to see. The staff is friendly and welcoming. The food is delicious and plentiful and the bar is well-stocked. The décor calls to mind turn of the century colonization, but it is very luxurious "wilderness" accommodation indeed. We could see zebras from the pool and giraffes from our balcony. We went on a hippo walk at night. Great place!

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TripAdvisor Reviews Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent
 

Travel Blogs from Naivasha

Empowerment

A travel blog entry by kenyaventure on May 23, 2015

... protection, the informal economy, social development, and empowerment. Looking at what I have discussed so far and the examples I have given, they go hand in hand and overlap as the examples I gave for social development and informal social protection also contain elements of empowerment in them. It seems like one can’t exist with out the other. Perhaps ...

Morning drive, bush breakfast, afternoon drive

A travel blog entry by barb3389 on Feb 26, 2015

25 photos

... of the Big Five that we have not seen. The others are lion, water buffalo, elephant and black rhino. I was curious why it was these 5 that qualified for the list...why not giraffes or hippos, which I would much rather see than a water buffalo. Muli says that it was the animals the British came to hunt, not for what is popular. Our search for a leopard was unsuccessful but we saw more flamingoes, an umbrella acacia which is more compact and beautiful than the ...

Refuge at Dea's Guest House

A travel blog entry by joeandsusan on Sep 20, 2014

2 comments, 22 photos

... assisting blind individuals. We thought we may be the oldest climbers we would see on the mountain today but we had it easy compared to the blind people climbing the mountain.

Joe had a couple of Kenyan men ask how old he was however. Joseph said the average 50 year old Kenyan wouldn’t make the climb. We took several detours sort of bush whacking and sliding through the incredible fine volcanic dust and jumping off ledges to bypass ...

Lake Nakuru to the Ark

A travel blog entry by steve49 on Sep 13, 2014

4 photos

... there was a herd of 20 elephants not 20 feet away. They had come to see us. I said to my wife that they were free and we were in the cage for a change!!!! I am typing this from the lounge with the animals close by at 6:15 pm. It is our intention to stay up all night to see what arrives. If you fall asleep, they ring bells to announce the arrival of new animals. Stay tuned I will write more as the evening progresses and post images ...

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