Malewa Wildlife Lodge

Details

Details of Malewa Wildlife Lodge

ROOMS

  • river suites,
  • cottages

Malewa Wildlife Lodge has four single-storey cottages and one 2-storey cottage with 2 bedrooms (suitable for a family). All cottages are ensuite and can have twin or king size double beds with warm duvets. Each room has a uniquely designed shower with a roof light, flush loo, safe, 24-hr solar power and a battery charging socket.COTTAGES:

  • 4 single-storey cottages
  • 1double-storey cottage with 2 bedrooms
  • Large twin or king-size beds with duvets
  • Flush Loo
  • Shower
  • Solar Power
  • Safe
  • Battery Charging Socket

RIVER SUITES:

Malewa Wildlife Lodge has four River Suites that overlook the Malewa River. Each suite is 72 Sq Mtrs and is fronted by large glass windows and a balcony. All suites have ensuite shower and flush loos, large twin or king-size beds, sitting area, desk, 24-hr solar power, battery charging socket. One of the four suites is a honeymoon suite containing an outdoor bath and 2 wash basins.The suites are secluded and enjoy excellent views and birdlife. Over 200 species have been recorded near the river.

  • FREE WIFI
  • 4 x 72 Sq mtr River Suites with sitting areas
  • Large twin or king-size beds with duvets
  • Flush Loo
  • Shower (honeymmon suite also has a bath)
  • Solar Power
  • Safe
  • Battery Charging Socket

ACTIVITIES ON SITE:

BIKING - There are 7 bikes available for use by the guests. Bike rides depart at scheduled times, accompanied by the naturalist. Guests are always delighted with the experience.

FISHING - Malewa River has good fishing and rods are available on complimentary basis. You are welcome to bring your own rods.

BUSH BREAKFAST AND LUNCH - Guests are treated to a bush breakfast or lunch by the river when weather permits.

EXCURSIONS - Guests can book excursions to Lake Naivasha, Nakuru or Elmentaita on arrival.

Short Overview

The striking Malewa Wildlife Lodge is set within a glorious Yellow-fever tree woodland along the Malewa River which attracts over 250 species of exotic birds.

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