The Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort is seated on the side of the Eburru Escarpment, with Lake Naivasha at its fingertips and a huge expanse of land on which to play and toil. The lodge has 80 chalets and 40 villas, plus 30 rooms, and can fit 200 people. Great Rift Valley Lodge & Golf Resort is the perfect stopover on a safari to the Maasai Mara or the sights of western Kenya. With a multitude of sports and games to play, including tennis court lessons, horseback safaris, and bird walks.
The Great Rift Valley Lodge offers heavenly levels of accommodation to suit its position high above Africa’s clouds. The 30 stylish split-level rooms feature cozy living areas, classic four-poster beds, and all the amenities you’d expect from a luxury lodge in the very heart of safari country – from fresh-cut roses and gourmet coffee facilities to en suite bathrooms with steaming power-showers. Together with 80 elegant chalets ringing the golf course, and 40 new luxurious villas, the Great Rift Valley Golf Resort will provide stunning accommodation for more than 200 people – in one of the most breathtaking settings known to man.
The Great Rift Valley Lodge boasts a restaurant serving classic table d’hote cuisine and al fresco continental lunches as well as a luxurious lounge bar with sunset terrace
With some of the world’s most celebrated lakes down the road – and a host of wonderful adventures just around the corner – the Great Rift Valley Lodge offers myriad ways to immerse yourself in the Great Outdoors. Marvel at one million flamingoes on Lake Nakuru. Tick off the world’s longest bird-list at Lake Baringo. Chase history through the legendary homes of Joy Adamson and Diana Delemere. Or simply relax by the pool, while East Africa’s oldest and wisest children’s safari club leads your little ones on the Greatest Adventure of their lives! Activities include panoramic freeform swimming pool with private sunbathing garden and kids pool, two tennis courts with lessons available, escorted game and bird walks in Eburu Forest, boating and bird-watching on Lake Naivasha, guided horse-riding and mountain bike safaris, trips to the world-famous bird reserves on the shores of Lake Baringo, Bogoria and Nakuru, and day trips to Hell’s Gate and Lake Nakuru Parks.