Hippo Point is an exclusive “slow Safari” private homestead and wildlife conservancy situated on an isthmus between Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien at an altitude of 6,200 feet. Home to an historic 1932 Manor House and Dodo’s iconic Tower, these two separate properties are full of unique character surrounded by wildlife and yellow fever Acacia trees on the shores of Lake Oloidien.
The cozy country 1932 mock Tudor Manor House has a traditional ‘English country garden’ surrounded by the dusty hues of a classic Naviasha Acacia forest. Sleeping 12 people, the Manor House is perfect for larger groups or families. Each room optimizes traditional country living, lovingly decorated with family antiques, fine bed linen and artwork featured throughout the house.
The iconic eight story, 120 foot Tower is a unique experience and has hosted all kinds of people these last 25 years from Royalty to Hollywood and many happy couples have been married here. Clad top to bottom in gorgeous Ceder, the house is hopelessly romantic with 360 ° views of the Acacia forest, Lake Naivasha and Lake Oloidien. Consisting of a large living room, kitchen, mediation den and cozy living room with wrap around verandah. Four doubles and one single (guide room). Each room is beautifully appointed with bespoke furniture and exquisite linens. It is the perfect place for families or Honeymooners.
Hippo Point Conservancy