9 exciting things to do at Enashipai & in Naivasha
If you love cycling you will enjoy biking at Enashipai. No need to bring your own bike, we have some on site for hire and lovely paved routes with interesting flora and fauna to identify along the way. Ride alone or with your young ones, whatever you choose we guarantee you will enjoy the ride
2. Boat Safari
There is no better way to see the famous Naivasha hippos than on a boat Safari. With daily departures right from our lakefront, don’t miss your chance to witness these amazing animals in their natural habitat.
3. Bird Watching
Lake Naivasha and the general Naivasha area is home to over 500 species of birds. Take a walk down to the lake and enjoy watching the Fish Eagle, White Backed Duck among others.
Mt.Longonot & Hell’s Gate National Park: Enashipai is an ideal launch pad for exploring greater Naivasha and the surrounding tourist circuit. A hiker’s paradise, Naivasha has ample activities to keep even the most energetic of guests occupied.
5. Lake Nakuru National Park
The park is situated in Nakuru-Kenya’s fourth-largest city, which is only an hour’s drive from Naivasha. This park is Kenya’s second most visited park and offers an opportunity to see the big five, flamingoes and many other animals.
6. Crescent Island-Animal Walk
This tranquil island sanctuary on Lake Naivasha boasts more animals per acre than any other park in Kenya. Here, you get to walk among the yellow barked “fever trees” as well as with the park animals, some of which include giraffes, zebras, thompson’s & grant’s gazelles.
7. Flower Farm Visits
Naivasha is home to 50% of the world’s roses with a wide variety of colour & species available. Scheduled farm visits can be organized with prior arrangements. A truly exciting and educative tour awaits you.
8. Siyara Spa
Whether you have time for a full day of rejuvenation or just a few hours to refresh, Siyara’s holistic selection of spa experiences in sensational surroundings promises complete wellbeing and serenity.
9. Maa Museum
Quench your curiosity about the Maasai culture. Visit the first privately registered Museum in Kenya and see what renown curators have spent the last six years putting together. Gems, artefacts and stories that will blow you away.
Distances shown are from the Enashipai reception to the attraction.