Discover The Lakes and Wildlife Of Kenya
Experience the thrill of night game drives, prohibited in National Parks and many Game Reserves, to spot spring hares, eagle owls, bat-eared foxes, hyenas and the elusive aardvark or shy leopard.
Day game drives offer peace and privacy, with chances to watch vast herds of zebras, gazelles, elands, waterbucks and buffalos, as well as family groups of black-backed jackals, warthogs, dik-diks and baboons.
Soysambu protects flourishing breeding herds of endangered Rothschild giraffes, as well as the nationally threatened colobus monkeys.
Less common species include the bushbuck, bushpig, steinbok, reedbuck, duiker, caracal, golden and side-striped jackals.
Witness the spectacle of thousands of great white pelicans flying between Lakes Nakuru and Elmenteita daily to fish and watch them feed their chicks on the islands of Elmenteita.
Watch thousands of lesser and greater flamingos feeding in the shallow waters of Lake Elmenteita and Lake Nakuru, two of Kenya’s most famous lakes..
Enjoy over 450 species of birds, over 80 of which are waterfowl.
See species of conservation concern, including the Great Egret, the Maccoa Duck, the critically threatened Great Crested Grebe, and many migrant waders.
Elmenteita often boasts more than 90 % of all Kenyan Black-necked Grebes and Cape Teal.
This is a short tour conducted by the resident naturalist at the tree nursery that helps guests identify the common trees and plants around the area. This takes about 45 mins
A short beginner’s class for guests interested in the language. Offered at guests own convenient time and short translation notes given.
For both beginners and experienced swimmers. Our experienced pool attendants are ready to take guests through these lessons throughout the day.
Water Colour Painiting
At Lake Elmenteita Serena Camp, we understand this all too well and that is why we offer you the chance to translate your impressions, experience and emotions of your safari within the artistically stimulating unique location that offers a diversity of culture, landscapes, flora and fauna onto paper with a paintbrush.
We have developed a jogging track around the compound and guests who want to keep fit can join our staff team in the mornings and evenings
Evening Talk by the naturalist
These are informative power point presentations conducted by our resident naturalist on various aspects of the attractions available in Soysambu, Kenya and Africa in general ranging from flora, fauna and general geography of the region and its uniqueness.
Bush BBQ Lunch
Bush BBQ Dinner
Day Game drive (Soysambu)
Night Game drive
Guided Game drive (Lake Nakuru)
Visit to Kariandusi pre-historic site
Traditional Dancers (per performance)