Lake Naivasha Sopa Lodge

Lake Naivasha Sopa LodgeNaivasha is a Masai name given to the area where the resort is located, denoting the characteristics of the lake including size and its tendency to roughness when windy.
The history of the area has always been important as it formed the main route of the slave trade from Uganda and the highlands of Kenya, including in 1884, the Scottish explorer Joseph Thompson's epic journey through Masai land - where he writes in his journals of his time in Naivasha.

Situated by the shores of Lake Naivasha, a sweet water lake approximately 177sq kms in size, and home to many varieties of flora and fauna. The resort is on 120 acres of prime land.

21 cottages built in a crescent shape, and each has 4 rooms, 2 on the ground and 2 at the top, which totals to 84 rooms.
2 of these rooms are suitable for the physically challenged.
6 of the 21 cottages have inter-connecting rooms on the ground floor.

Part of the pathway from the reception to the rooms, is lined with giant cactus and different kinds of plants with colorful flowers. Little rock gardens are scattered along and these too have vibrant coloured flowers which gives it a beautiful contrast with the greenery of the well manicured lawns.

Monkeys are playfully rolling on the lawns and different species of birds chirping in the trees and some building their nests. Colobus monkeys are easily spotted as well. The rest of the pathway is in the open lawns and rock gardens are strategically placed, and frangipanis, aloes, proteas to name are few, are growing in abundance. The acacia trees are plentiful in this area and are growing everywhere, providing shade.


  • Parking
  • Gift shop
  • Laundry
  • Swimming pool
  • Children's swimming pool
  • Evening turn down service
  • Baby sitting on request
  • Mini bars
  • Safety deposit
  • Tea/coffee making facilities
  • Foreign exchange

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