Mundui Estate Naivasha

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Mundui Estate Naivasha on the shores of Lake Naivasha consists of 1200 acres of acacia woodland and grass plains and offering spectacular walking scenery.

Mundui is abided with diverse and abundance wildlife: giraffe, zebra, eland, cheetah and hippopotamus all roam the grounds.

There are over 250 species of birds.

On a lucky day, guests can catch sight of rare species such as the serval cat, the honeybadger and the antbear.

More than 250 species of birds grace the farm, which includes a mile of private shoreline by the lake.

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Mundui has a swimming pool surrounded by bougainvillea which attracts dozens of birds throughout the day.

Guests stay in two spacious double bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms and a small single room in a two storey guest cottage situated in creatively landscaped grounds that run right down to the water's edge.


Mundui Estate is on the shores of Lake Naivasha about 100km from Nairobi. The estate has a private airstrip for chartered flights. You can reach Naivasha via scheduled flight.


The accommodation consists of two spacious double bedrooms and two bathrooms, booked on exclusive basis.

General Facilities at Mundui Estate:

Sitting room with log fire in the evening

swimming pool

Game walks on the Estate

Boat riding on Lake Naivasha

Bird watching

Visits to Hell’s Gate National Park and to Nakuru National Park

Mundui Estate Naivasha Lodge

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