Meaning “hot and dry season” in Kiswahili, Kiangazi House is a beautiful country house sit Kiangazi House is a beautiful country house situated adjacent to the private 20,000 acre Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary, within a wildlife corridor connecting the Lake Naivasha shore, environs with Hells Gate National Park and beyond into the Masailand. This safari lodge is conveniently located just 90 minutes’ drive or 20 minutes’ charter flight from Nairobi.
Discover the tranquility, opulence and charm of Kiangazi House, a renovated colonial home set against a panoramic view of uninterrupted vista showcasing the Great Rift Valley and Mau Escarpment. Kiangazi House is the ideal soporific break, the ultimate mid safari breather and perfect base to clinch a business deal.
Set amongst beautiful lush gardens and tended lawns, this homestead has breathtaking views of unchartered Africa. Lake Naivaisha accommodation is encompassed in 7 beautifully appointed en-suite bedrooms. There are 3 bedrooms in the main house and 4 other rooms a short walk from the main house.
Luxurious amenities include 4-poster beds, romantic turndowns and freshly cut roses. Inside the house, some of the private lounges all have a fireplace for cozy evenings where guests can curl up on a couch with a glass of exquisite wine and really relax.
Kiangazi House features a lounge, bar room and library all with large fireplaces where guests can unwind and relax. There is also a tennis court for the sportier guests overlooking the corridor route with superb animal views. A swimming pool is ingeniously blended into the surrounding garden, an idyllic spot for much needed respite from the heat of the African sun.
Relax on the large veranda and gaze over the gardens and distant wilderness, keeping your eyes open for the many bird species and animals that make their way to the waterhole for a drink. Guests at Kiangazi House can experience their own private and exclusive game drives led by expert guides. Bush walks, boat trips and sundowners can all be enjoyed within the 20,000 acre Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary.