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Kiangazi House

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Kiangazi House

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Discover the serenity, luxury and charm of Kiangazi House, a converted colonial home set against a panoramic view of unbroken vista showcasing the Great Rift Valley and Mau Escarpment. Kiangazi House is the perfect tranquil break, the ultimate mid safari breather and ideal base to secure a business deal.



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Overview



Inspired by a passion for nurturing and conserving nature, the Zwager family created the Oserian Wildlife Sanctuary, providing a safe haven for the local and endangered wildlife. Following in Hans Zwager's footsteps, his son Peter oversees the Sanctuary and continues to preserve the spirit of wildlife conservation.

Discover the serenity, luxury and charm of Kiangazi House, a converted colonial home set against a panoramic view of unbroken vista showcasing the Great Rift Valley and Mau Escarpment. Kiangazi House is the perfect tranquil break, the ultimate mid safari breather and ideal base to secure a business deal.

Created in the midst of the Oserian Game Corridor, witness a fascinating diversity of birds and wildlife trek in front of the house, coming from Hells Gate National Park going down to Lake Naivasha or heading off into Maasai land and the hills beyond.

Kiangazi House invites guests to sample the legendary beauty of East Africa's wilderness and at the same time, preserving the delicate ecological balance and supporting wildlife conservation of the sanctuary and the surrounding communities.

Our beautiful furniture has been hand-crafted in our workshop. Carved from the everlasting indigenous Leleshwa tree root, you can relax in comfort and elegance as you enjoy the panoramic view that defines the lodge.

Take a walk from Kiangazi House down to the lakefront for a chance to stroll amongst the Acacia forest that rings Lake Oloidien, and catch a glimpse of a wide variety of wildlife meandering along in this safe haven. Pamper yourself with an early morning bush breakfasts or take on bush walks, boat trips and fishing for black bass, tilapia and carp on Lake Naivasha.

Pamper yourself with an early morning bush breakfasts or take on bush walks, boat trips and fishing for black bass, tilapia and carp on Lake Naivasha - just some of the activities our guests love to do. Take a trip to Oserian flower farm that offers guests the unique opportunity to see a fully functioning rose farm, including the production process of various rose varieties and the show room that boasts over 100 different roses.

Built in the old traditional style of local stone and timber, Kiangazi House has three double bedrooms within the main house and two additional double bedrooms just beyond the swimming pool, all en-suite.

We take pride in our food, believing it to be a crucial part of an enjoyable stay with us. Our own vegetable patch grows much of the herbs and veggies we use day to day and our Jersey cow herd produce the most sinful cream for our homemade ice cream and desserts. Any ingredients we need to source are chosen with care and only come from the best farms. We believe in good, honest food that is full of flavour and is inspired by our local cuisine fused with ideas from the global world of food. Our menus are exciting, ever changing with the seasons and enjoyed by everyone.

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