PARKS AND RESERVES
Parks and reserves managed by KWS

Accommodation

Naishi Guest House

Location: Nakuru District, Rift Valley Province. 160 km north-west of Nairobi

Accommodation:  Formerly the warden’s house and set amongst acacia trees with magnificent views across the Park; the accommodation comprises the main house and a separate annex. The main house has two triple bedrooms (each with one double bed and one singe bed). The Annex has two single bedrooms (each with one single bed).

Bathroom: The main house has a bathroom/WC. There is also an outside latrine. The annex has a shower and a WC.

Sitting room: The main house has a tastefully furnished sitting room with a log fire and a door leading to a loggia-style veranda. The annex has no sitting room.

Dining area:  The main house has a spacious open –plan dining area leading off the kitchen and sitting room.

Kitchen: The main house has an open-plan kitchen with gas cooker (stove and oven), refrigerator, kitchen utensils, cutlery, crockery and glasses.

Provided: Caretaker, kerosene lamps, blankets, pillows, bed linen, mosquito nets, towels, soap, and toilet tissue. Electricity by generator from 7.00 p.m. to 10.00 p.m.

Park highlights: This world-renowned Park features a lake famous for its flamingo population.

Activities: Picnics, nature trails and driving circuits.

Wildlife: Includes; rhino, hippo, lion and leopard.

Birds: 450 species and, at times, over 1.5 million flamingo.

How to get there: by road; Lake Nakuru National Park is 160 km north-west of Nairobi along the Nairobi- Nakuru highway. The main Gate and Park HQ is 4km south of Nakuru Town (from Kenyatta Avenue, take Moi road then turn left into the Stadium Road which leads to the Main Gate). Naishi House is 18 km from the Main Gate.
By air: Via the Naishi airstrip at the southern end of the Park and next to Naishi House.
Roads: There is a well maintained and signposted main network of roads suitable for 2WD all year round. Some of the less- used roads require 4WD during the rainy season.

Open: Daily 6.00 a.m. - 7.00 p.m. including public holidays. Note: no entry is allowed on foot and visitors will not b allowed entry after 6.15 p.m.

SafariCard’ required? Entry by SafariCard only; cards may be loaded and obtained at the Main Gate.
 

Naishi Guest House Photos

(click to zoom photos)
  • Bathroom
  • Siiting room
  • double bed
  • front view
  • single bed
  • the annex


Park Contacts
Contact Person:
The Senior Warden
Phone:
+254 20 - 2664071, +254 20- 2664079
Email:
Postal Address:
Lake Nakuru National Park
The Warden,
PO Box 539,
Nakuru.

 

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