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Naivasha Sopa Lodge

Lake Naivasha National Park, Nakuru

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Set in one 150 acres of grassland studded with Acacia bushes and trees. The resort is not only home to our resident giraffe, waterbuck and both Vervet and Colobus monkeys, but it is also a night stop for the hippos when they leave the lake every night to come and trim the grass on our expansive lawns.

With Sopa’s traditional and conscientious care for the environment, we carefully positioned all the buildings on our property so we did not have to fill any of the many trees there. As a result of this, we had to come up with a radically innovative and artistic design for the main public area building which now snakes its way between the trees with long and graceful curves.

The lodge features two swimming pools with a children’s section and a pool complex with its bar, snack kitchen, pizzeria and health spa; tennis court and two conference halls with their four differently sized meeting areas.

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per person

12 days

Naivasha Sopa Lodge Details

Activities offered
at the lodge

Game drives (day)
Game drives (night)
Game walks

Amenities

Bar/Lounge
Dining/Communal Area
Kids Activities
Restaurant
Room Service
Spa Services

Included in your stay

Meals: All meals
Drinks: All drinks
Activities: 1 safari activity per day

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