Situated on the southern shores of Lake Naivasha, second largest of the only two fresh water lakes in Kenya's Great Rift Valley, Naivasha Sopa Lodge is an impressive property with a dramatic backdrop.
The lake is a stage for some magnificent storms and was named Nai Pasha(rough water) by the Masai tribes. An ornithologists paradise, the lake is home to 400 species of wonderful birdlife and an abudance of fish and water life.
The surrounding landscape is host to a variety of game including giraffe, buffalo, the elusive black faced colobus monkey and, in the lake itself to many hippos that can also be seen grazing within the lodge grounds.
The rooms within Lake Naivasha Sopa are spacious and well furnished. Activities that can be arranged at Naivasha Sopa lodge include horse riding, bird watching, fishing, watersports, cycling, lake trips and nature trails.
The Lobby is a charming area, crescent shaped with a mixture of comfortable sofas in different fabric including leather.