Escape to flamingo and pelican fringed Elementaita with Vacay Holiday Deals, only 120km from Nairobi.

Lake Elementaita is less visited than other Kenyan tourist sites so it offers solitude and relaxation that most out-of-towners seek.

This bird watchers paradise has over 400 species of birds, including flamingos, ducks, geese, spikes, cormorant, kingfishers and pelicans which you can see during your bird excursions.

The Rothschild giraffes, zebra, gazelles, bush pigs and striped jackals are some of the animals that you will spot from time to time against a backdrop of acacia woodlands, euphorbia trees, and grassy plains.

You can also hike or tour historical sites in the area and relax at any of these lodges listed below.

Sentrim Elementaita Lodge

Located on the shores of Lake Elementaita, Senrim Lodge is perfect for families, honeymooners as well as individuals who are on retreat.

The hotel has a spectacular view of the lake with flamingos and pelicans. Its spacious rooms have en-suite bathrooms, a digital safe, cable TV, Wi-Fi and a mini-fridge.

Every morning, you will enjoy complimentary breakfast, however, picnic meals, private dinners, and sundowners may be arranged on request. Other facilities include a swimming pool, spa, gym, and business center.

Pelican Lodge

Pelican Lodge is known for its serenity and its beef pepper steak so make sure to try this scrumptious meal as you relax by the shores of Lake Elementaita.

Set on private land, this lodge does not require any park or conservancy fees to view the pelicans that it is so aptly named after.

You will revel in amazing bird watching and beautiful sunsets from your private balcony or on a 4×4 Land Cruiser during your game drives. All rooms in the 12 thatched roof cottages are ensuite.

Elementaita Country Lodge

This lodge is ideal for wedding receptions, team building activities and camping because of its manicured lawn and beach frontage.

All rooms have their own balconies overlooking the scenic Lake Elementaita and its facilities include pool tables, table tennis, and an outdoor pool.

Nature walks to Hell’s Gate National Park, Lake Nakuru National Park, Soy Sambu Conservancy, Hyrax Hill and Kariandusi Prehistoric Site may be arranged on request.

Sirville Lake Elementaita Lodge

Sirville Lake Elementaita Lodge has a year-round outdoor pool where guests can enjoy a barbecue and restaurant on site.

This lodge is set 1km away from Kariandusi prehistoric site and 2.3 km from Viewpoint which allows for plenty of activities: quad biking, hot spring visits, and bird watching.

You may also go for an excursion at the Lake Nakuru National Park, famous for its incredible flock of flamingos.

Enjoy scenic views with Vacay Holiday Deals. Book now.


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Rate in Ksh

Meal Plan

Sentrim Elementaita Lodge

1st Sep – 31st Oct

Kshs. 19,845

Full Board


1st Nov – 19th Dec

Kshs. 14,700
20th – 31st Dec

Kshs. 19,845

Pelican Lodge

1st Feb – 31st Dec

Kshs. 11,760

Elementaita Country Lodge

1st Sep – 31st Oct

Kshs. 18,920


1st Nov – 19th Dec

Kshs. 14,300


20th – 31st Dec

Kshs. 18,920

Sirville Elementaita

1st Sep – 21st Dec

Kshs. 10,780


22nd – 31st Dec

Kshs. 16,660

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