Days 1 - 2: Lake Naivasha
On a quick break out of Nairobi or enroute from safari, the Great Rift Valley Lodge And Golf Resort rooms are spacious with a lounge and fireplace and private balconies overlooking the Aberdares, Kenya’s longest mountain massif stretching 160 kilometres, the Kinangop plateau lying a tier below the Aberdares and the plains of Eburru littered with black obsidian stone telling its volcanic past.
On arrival, they will check in and later they will get to spend the rest of the afternoon at the lodge/leisure
Lunch and dinner at the lodge
The 18-hole championship course at 7,000 feet on the Eburru Range is both challenging and exciting. Sitting on the Mau Escarpment in the Great Rift Valley, the course commands stunning vistas of Lake Naivasha, Mount Longonot, the Kinangop Range and Aberdare Mountains. The golf resort is famous for one the longest holes in Kenya - the par 5 - 17th ‘signature’ at 598 metres (654 yards)! The well watered golf course has contoured greens built to USGA specs with “tiffgreen” grass. The three teeing positions and the fairways are planted to the indigenous Kikuyu grass which remain green and lush throughout the year.
Eburu Forest Nature Walk
A walk through this forest that stands 9300 ft above the sea level. Discover the caves that were used by the Mau Mau freedom fighters to hide from the colonialists. A precious mountain forest ecosystem the natural features of Eburu forest, include its diverse forest types, steep valleys, springs and waterfalls and make it a precious ecosystem, rich in biodiversity. The forest features a broad variety of indigenous tree species, such as Prunus africana (African cherry) and Juniperus procera (African pencil cedar), among others. The forest is recognized as a hotspot for birdlife within the greater Mau Forest Complex. It is home to over 40 species of mammals, including the critically endangered mountain bongo antelope, of which about 12 animals, representing 10% of its population known to exist in the wild, are thought to survive in this forest.
Visit to Hell's Gate National Park
Hells gate Game Drive. The park is full of herbivores, and there are bird-watching opportunities galore. Hells gate National Park offers a rewarding experience for both novice and expert cyclists. As you cycle, you’ll get to view one of the most magnificent sceneries in Africa as you embark on this invigorating experience.
Boat Ride and Crescent Island Visit.
Enjoy a scenic boat ride in Lake Naivasha as you head to Crescent Island, The shores host abundant birdlife especially huge numbers of pelicans, cormorants and fish - eagles with their haunting cry. There are more animals per acre than any other Kenyan Park; hence many film companies have been to the Island to film the herds of Wildebeest , Waterbuck, Zebra and Gazelle. The wildlife sanctuary is not fenced to allow the wildlife on the mainland to come in as they lose their habitat to development and the ever increasing population
Day 3: End of Itinerary
Morning breakfast at the lodge.
Spend the rest of the morning at leisure
Depart for Nairobi via Road
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