Pelican Lodge Elementaita

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After a long year of things not going my way, I decided I needed to take holiday to Kenya, my colleagues advised me to visit the pelican lodge in Lake Elementaita. I had not heard of it before but now I can’t stop talking about it. The staff are good and gave me a truly 5 star service in this 5 star lodge.

My room was clean, artistically decorated with a very spacious bathroom in a quiet environment.

The rooms are so inviting you spend the whole day just between the room and your private veranda overlooking lake Elementaita.

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Food was very good prepared the way i wanted it and at the time i needed it. Pretty of activities, swimming, bird watching and a good nature at the shores of the lake.

My warmest congratulations to the lodge staff for there exceptional service.

My room had an outside shower and the birds sang to me all my nights there it was lovely.

All beds are king-sized and neatly made and it makes you feel like a queen, the staff was pleasant and I enjoyed the evenings to myself where I got to walk along the lake Elementaita watching the pelicans and the flamingos.

I had my own private balcony where I had a clear view of the lake it was breath taking. It was such a nice experience that I will have to go back with my friends and family.

It’s a very nice place, it’s from the pelican lodge lake Elementaita that I came to understand that there is no relationship between pelican lodge South African and the pelican lodge lake Elementaita in Kenya.

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