Chui Lodge, built from bush stone, local Acacia, Olive and Leleshwa woods, sits above the shores of Lake Naivasha in a private wildlife conservancy. With views of the Rift Valley escarpment and the Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary, the luxury cottages allow for perfect wildlife viewing opportunities right from your own veranda.
Luxurious well-spaced cottages with en suite bathrooms and private verandas.
Located in a private conservancy of the Oseregoni Wildlife Sanctuary which spans 18,000 acres above the shores of Lake Naivasha. Set in the central part of the Great Rift Valley in Kenya, the Oseregoni Wildlife Sanctuary borders both Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien – the highest lakes alongthe floor of the Rift Valley.
Wildlife are able to move freely between the neighbouring Hell’s gate National Park, the sanctuary and the lakeshore. There are regular sightings of an extensive array of wildlife, including leopard, giraffe, lion, wildebeests and Grant gazelles.
Accommodation & Facilities
Chui Lodge consists of 8 en suite luxurious and spacious cottages. Each cottage has its own private veranda with views over the Rift Valley escarpment and the Sanctuary and all are set a short walk from the heated swimming pool nearby.
The bedrooms contain beautiful four poster king size olive wood beds, warming log fires, artistically decorated artwork and hand crafted furniture which is made in the onsite workshop.
Catering within Chui Lodge features an array of international cuisine in which many ingredients are sourced locally including vegetables, fruits and dairy products from the Sanctuary’s own farm. There is a teppinyaki hot plate to cater for those who would like something different.
The Lodge boasts a wealth of activities with professional tour guides leading every safari. Both day and night Game Drives are available in the Oserengoni Wildlife Sanctuary or along the lakeshore. Sundowners across the Rift escarpments can be organised with an early morning bush breakfast.
Close to the Lodge is the Oseria Flower, one of the largest growers and producers of ‘cut flowers’ in the world and where roses and carnations are exported in their millions to international markets.
Guests can explore the shores of Lake Oloidien with its masses of water fowl including pelicans, flamingos and the yellow barked Acacia forests where leopards frequent. This is offered both on foot and on game drives.
Boat trips on Lake Naivasha are offered where there are regular sightings on the Rift Valley of wallowing hippos, pelicans and fish eagles.
Other activities available nearby are trips to Hells Gate National Park and horse riding.
Children of all ages welcome. Families with children under 12 years must stay for a minimum of 2 nights.