Kiangazi House is adjacent to the privately owned Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary in Kenya's Great Rift Valley. The house is a converted colonial home with classic Kenyan decor and architecture.
Kiangazi House Highlights
Kiangazi means ’hot and dry season’ in Swahili. The meaning of the name describes the house which lies in the Wildlife corridor adjacent to Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary. Kiangazi offers a diversity of wildlife including white rhino, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe, grevy zebra, oryx and many species of antelope. Guests at Kiangazi are able to view thirsty big game from their veranda, as the animals make their way to the waterhole.
- Kiangazi House is situated in the Great Rift Valley, Kenya.
- Kiangazi means 'hot and dry season' in Swahili.
- Kiangazi House is adjacent to Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary.
- The house is an Intimate & romantic old colonial house.
- Kiangazi offers a diversity of wildlife including white rhino, leopard, cheetah, buffalo, giraffe and more.
- Activities at Kiangazi House include game drives, nature walks, boat trips and more.
Kiangazi House Game Viewing and Activities
Kiangazi House is located opposite Oserian Wildlife Conservancy who has a complete diversity of wildlife including white rhino, leopard, grevy zebra, lion, hyena, giraffe and kudu. Many smaller species like dik dik, grey duiker, steinbok and aardvark are found at the borders of the Escarpment. Guests can roam this wilderness in 4WD vehicles and enjoy a sundowner at the log fire after a long day of game driving. Guests can explore the shores of Lake Oloidien with its variety of birdlife including pelicans and flamingos. The yellow barked Acacia forests are normally the place where leopards are spotted preying for game. Boat trips on Lake Naivasha are also offered, where guests can marvel at the Rift Valley, hippos, pelicans and fish eagles. Other activities available are trips to Hells Gate National Park and horse riding
Sanctuary at Ol Lentille
The Sanctuary is an exclusive lodge offering breathtaking views of the craggy peaks of Mount Kenya, the Samburu sacred mountain Ol Olokwe, the Matthews Range and the Karisia Hills. Guests enjoy a private house and safari vehicle as well as a personal Butler.
Mbweha Camp is tucked away in the spectacular vastness of The Great Rift Valley on the private 6400 acre Congreve Conservancy, nestling up against the southern border of Lake Nakuru National Park. Mbweha Camp is 180 Kilometers from Nairobi.
Sustainable Tourism Safari
Enjoy a 9-night luxury safari in Africa's prime safari destination, Kenya. Discover snow-capped mountains, savanna grasslands and enjoy game drives. All of the camps in this itinerary belong to the "Long Run" initiative which fosters community development.