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Loldia House

Loldia House supplies the bulk of meat required to feed rescued birds at both the Naivasha and Soysambu rehabilitation centres. 50 Kg of meat is given to vultures, and this lasts one week.


Sarova Lion Hill Lodge

In partnership with KWS, the camp conducts clean ups at the town centre. This is normally done along the route that leads to the park. The lodge donated gloves and water to be used by those that participated in the process.

Lake Naivasha Country Club

The facility carries out regular environmental clean-up activities from Karagita main road to the premises. Approximately over 100 indigenous tree species such as Acacia have been planted within the facility. The management also supports KWS rangers through provision of water.

Lewa Safari Camp

Emphasizing a low ecological footprint, the camp supports local wildlife monitoring and boasts a successful tree planting initiative. Innovative waste water treatment ensures recycling and reuse, complementing solid waste management and pollution control measures.

Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp

Emphasizing a low ecological footprint, the camp supports local wildlife monitoring and boasts a successful tree planting initiative. Innovative waste water treatment ensures recycling and reuse, complementing solid waste management and pollution control measures.

Lake Nakuru Sopa Lodge

The lodge forms part of the park stakeholders committee, which works together with Kenya Wildlife Service (KWS) in implementing conservation projects such as ‘Cycling with rhinos’ event which is held annually. The lodge participates in the planning, sensitization and execution of the project in conjunction with local schools.

Great Rift Valley Lodge and Golf Resort

The facility has tree planting activity conducted within the premises. Each staff has a set target of 10 trees to plant in every year. A list of tree species planted was verified. Seedlings are obtained from the facility’s own nursery bed.

Lake Naivasha Sopa Resort

The resort conducts low environmental impact activities such as bird watching, nature walks, cycling, boat rides and fishing activities for its visitors. The activities are aimed at sensitizing the visitors on the surrounding environment.

Cottars 1920’s Camp

Cottars Safari camp supports conservation initiatives through the Cottars Wildlife Conservation Trust (CWCT), which manages Olderkesi conservancy on behalf of the local Maasai community and the Olderkesi Community Wildlife Conservation Trust (OCWCT).