Camping in Naivasha: 6 Best Naivasha Camps

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Camping in Naivasha is an unforgettable experience offering activities like game drives, rock climbing, cycling, guided walks and bird watching. Availability of dozens of camps in Naivasha makes the search for affordable or luxury accommodation easy. Here are the most popular camps in Naivasha.

  1. The Pot @ Panda

The Pot @ Panda is synonymous with budget camping in Naivasha. It is off the busy Nairobi-Nakuru Highway, and it caters for all including families with children.

Facilities and Amenities: Wireless internet, conference rooms, on-site parking and a pool.

Who can Stay Here? Solo adventure seekers, families with kids, groups and corporate teams.

Activities: Table tennis, kids’ playground, picnics, nature walks.

Cost: Affordable.

Tent at The Pot @ Panda

  1. Crater Lake Tented Camp

This camp has one of the most popular camping sites in Naivasha. Bring your tent or rent one on-site and pitch it in the lush green camping site. This camp attracts hundreds of campers but it is not crowded. It is located on the shores of Lake Naivasha.

Facilities and Amenities: Crater Lake Tented Camp has a bar, a kitchen, tents and beddings, outdoor cooking facilities, modern toilets and bathrooms.

Who can Stay Here? couples, families.

Activities: Boat rides on Crater Lake, guided nature walks and bird watching.

Cost: Affordable.

  1. Kiboko Luxury Camp

Luxurious camping in Naivasha is possible. Kiboko Luxury Camp has stylishly furnished tents situated on the shores of Lake Naivasha.

Facilities and Amenities: En-suite bathrooms, internet, a central dining room.

Who can Stay Here? Corporate teams, groups, solo travellers.

Activities: Boat rides, bird watching and fishing.

Cost: Luxury.

A luxury tent at Kiboko Luxury Camp.

  1. Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp

Lake Naivasha Crescent Camp is one of the luxury camps on the shores of Lake Naivasha. It brings something unique to the camping in Naivasha experience. The luxury tents are raised from the ground so that campers can enjoy amazing views of the surroundings from the private balconies.

Facilities and Amenities: Wireless internet, en-suite bathrooms, outdoor meeting facilities, a swimming pool.

Who can Stay Here? Families with kids, solo campers, corporate teams.

Activities: Swimming, boat rides, game and bird watching, nature walks.

Cost: Luxury.

  1. Fish Eagle Inn

Fish Eagle Inn sits on the shores of Lake Naivasha. There are tents for hire; pitch a tent on the beautiful manicured lawn and enjoy a night under canvas.

Facilities and Amenities: Campers get tents for two or four people, mattresses and blankets.

Who can Stay Here? Groups, couples, families with kids.

Activities: Swimming, boat rides, picnics and team building activities. You can also visit nearby attractions in Naivasha like Hell’s Gate National Park, Crescent Island and Crater Lake.

Cost: Affordable.

A panorama of the camping site at Fish Eagle Inn.

  1. The Sleeping Warrior Tented Camp

The spacious luxury tents at The Sleeping Warrior Tented Camp overlook Lake Elementeita. It has babysitting services so families with kids are welcome.

Facilities and Amenities: Outdoor dining, on-site restaurant and bar.

Who can Stay Here? Solo adventure seekers, groups and families.

Activities: Bush dining, guided walks and visits to nearby attractions.

Cost: Luxury.

When camping in Naivasha, you can visit numerous attractions in the Great Rift Valley such as Hell’s Gate National Park, Lake Naivasha, Lake Nakuru National Park, Lake Elementeita and Crescent Island.


  1. edward jefferson

    November 21, 2017 at 7:48 am

    Very beautiful place and it is cozy though.

  2. Mercy

    February 17, 2018 at 8:06 pm

    Actual pricing please.

    • Elizabeth Kiburu

      February 19, 2018 at 6:01 am

      Hello Mercy. For all the camp rates in Naivasha, kindly go to our website. You may book now and pay upon check-in.

  3. Altmann Eva

    February 18, 2018 at 6:43 am

    How much for I night with dinner in a tent ?

    • Elizabeth Kiburu

      February 19, 2018 at 5:46 am

      Hello Eva. The rates vary depending on the camp. Kindly visit our website to see the rates.

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