Fisherman’s Camp

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Details of Fisherman’s Camp

TENTS:

The Camp has a range of cottages and bandas (small chalets) to suit all budgets either at the lake edge on bottom camp, or overlooking spectacular lake views at Top Camp. Karibu

Cottage: Self contained cottage overlooking Lake Naivasha. 1 double room and one single,

Fully equipped kitchen and living room. Situated next to swimming pool. Kwasi: Self contained double room with fully equipped kitchen, overlooking Lake Naivasha.

Kitete: Self contained room with one double and two singles, overlooking Lake Naivasha.

Kasuku Cottage: 2 bedrooms, sleeps 6, Bottom Camp Kasuku has a fully equiped kitchen, a self contained bathroom and a spacious veranda. Bedroom one contains a double and single bed and room 2 contains 3 single beds.

Fisherman’s offers camping under the canopy of acacias on bottom camp at the lakes edge
• Tents and mattresses available for hire
• Washing facilities with hot showers and clean, flushing toilets
•An electric fence to keep hippos at a safe distance as you sleep

Short Overview

Fisherman’s Camp is situated on the shores of Lake Naivasha, within the spectacular Great Rift Valley of Kenya. The spacious camp extends from under a beautiful canopy of acacia trees up into the hills where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding areas.

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