Lake Naivasha Panorama Park

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Lake Naivasha Panorama Park will always have a special place in my heart.

The atmosphere is just what it is, fantastic.

From the scenery to just how cold it can get, personally I would trade that weather for any other place in the world.

This happened to be an unplanned visit. We were driving from the lake then we happened to see it from the highway.

At first you'd think they are private residential houses. Decided to give it a try.

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The place is safe and secure, gated entry. Though you'll need to watch the railway crossing as you approach the entrance.

A lovely swimming pool, in the shape of Africa, greets us as we make our way through the entrance.

The restaurant is in 2 parts, the swimming pool area, and the cottages area. The cottages area is where you'll find a breathtaking view of Lake Naivasha and its environs.

We had only stopped for lunch, but we did have a look at the rooms and cottages. I'd give the rooms and cottages a 3 star.

Food was also average, a 3.5 star would do. The view is a 5 start, and that's why I strongly advice you visit while in Naivasha, even if it's just lunch or drinks.

Which brings me to one disappointment, NO alcohol is served. Maybe they are trying to save precious lives from falling down-hill after having a few bottles, who knows. All major cards are accepted.

The staff are friendly. The place is very clean and well maintained.

During lunch or dinner, you and your party can have enough privacy if you chose to sit in the booths provided.

And I won't forget to mention what one reader pointed out, it's not a place for handicapped or lazy people, unless they choose to stay around the swimming pool area.

During my visit, some of the sections were under construction. They are expanding very first. Maybe soon it will be out of reach to the common person.

At the moment I would say their prices are fair, most meals cost an average of Kes. 550. The buffet was Kes. 1000 and swimming cost Kes. 300 Overall, my experience was great. I would highly recommend

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