Here are The Cliff – Nakuru Resident Rates:What Does PPS Mean? PPS (Per Person Sharing) means cost Per Adult when sharing the Room with another. Example KES 10,000/- PPS means, 2 Adults in 1 Room pay KES 20,000/-
|Luxury Tent||Sharing (PPS)||Single Occupancy|
|5th Apr 2021 – 30th Jun 2021||KES 14,720/- PPS||KES 17,720/- PP|
All the Rates are in KES, Per Person (Full Board), Per Night
Rates Exclude: Lake Nakuru KWS Park Fees, Drinks and Extras
Children Policy (Accommodation Special: 12th Apr 2021 – 30th Jun 2021):
Age Limit: 2 years minimum
1 Child only per Booked Tent
2 – 4 years Sharing with Adults: FREE (1 Child only)
5 – 11 years Sharing with 2 adults: 50% of PPS
2 Children (5 – 11 years) in own Tent: 75% of PPS
5 to 11 years Sharing a Tent with 2 Adults: 50% of PPS
2 Children between 5 to 11 years in Own Tent: 75% of PPS
The Cliff Tented Camp Nakuru, Kenya is a high-end luxury tented camp in Lake Nakuru National Park, while “Luxury” is the simplest description, in reality, the Cliff defies conventional labels, being a combination of a safari lodge, tented camp and boutique hotel. The Camp has been designed and furnished with elements from all over the world, including exclusive furniture and fabrics that resonates old European style and Safari Africa.
Lake Nakuru’s newest and smartest addition, is a 10 room luxury camp, The Cliff. While ‘luxury camp’ is the simplest description, in reality, The Cliff defies conventional labels, being a combination of a safari lodge, tented camp and boutique hotel, constructed and furnished in a contemporary European style.
This luxury boutique hotel offers you an experience that is exceptionally enchanting, far from the standardized camp atmosphere. Many of The Cliff’s guests will be frequent travelers and are discerning in matters of service. The Cliff aims to ensure that the guest is home away from home is a place where they can enjoy the pleasure of being themselves, making it the perfect destination for love, life, and living.
The property has been built at the edge of a Cliff, all the rooms have stunning and expansive views of the lake. Other facilities at the Cliff include a bar lounge where you can unwind , an open Dining room where you will explore your palate, a spa to ease tired muscles using natural products from Africology, a fully equipped fitness area with state of the art Technogym equipment to continue your fitness regime, an infinity pool to soak in with views of the park and a conference room that will allow for executive encounters.
Each tent is 100 square meters – the largest for any deluxe tented camp, with details in the décor that transport a guest to a time in Europe but in the wilderness of Africa. This elegant style, combined with the canvas feel, the acacia surroundings, and the Lake’s magnificence, make The Cliff the most unique retreat in Lake Nakuru National Park.
|Weather (in Celsius)||Temperatures range from a low of 11o to a high of 24o all year round|
|Rainfall||Most rainfall is seen between April and May. The lowest rainfall is from December to March|
|Best Time To Visit||All year round|
|Currency||USD and KSH|
|Altitude||1840m above sea level|
|GPS Coordinates||268oW Nakuru, Rift Valley|
0o 22’ 5” S 36o 3’ 22” E
|Night Game Drives||NO|
|Doctor on Call (offsite)||YES|
|Credit Cards||YES (VISA, Mastercard)|
|Electricity||YES – The generator will be switched on and off at intervals that will not affect the guests. Inverter system will run at night for lighting ONLY.|
|Park Fees||Payable Direct|
|Airstrip||YES – charter only (Naishi airstrip)|
|Accessibility||2.5 hours’ drive from Nairobi|
|Flights||40 mins charter flights available|
|Helicopter Transfer Service||YES with prior arrangements|
|Game Drive Vehicle||YES with prior arrangements|
Continue your fitness regime by training at the gym (with a personal trainer), or by taking a dip in the pool, or relaxing and enjoying the wildlife.
Begin your day with stretches and on occasional with yoga classes, or spend the day at the spa with treatments offered from Africology.
The Cliff has the largest tent Spa and gym pavilion. We will also be offering spa treatments on the deck at a later time, making this a-pampering-at-its-best experience.
The Cliff was designed to allow Nature in, so you can feel like you are outside – all areas are open, and not a single tree was felled during its construction – The Cliff was designed around the space that already existed.
Each of the accommodation suite at the The Cliff provide you with a sweeping view that you can enjoy through the day – whether it is in the morning as you watch the sun rise from beyond the hills spreading its light across the expanse of the Lake, or during the day, as you watch the Lake morphing into a mystery of unusual shadows creating a sense of suspense, or in the evening, as you bathe with a glass of wine in your hand, unwinding and letting go.
Each tent is built on solid foundations at the edge of the cliff, and faces the lake, allowing guests 180 degree views of the panoramic paradise, yet maintaining privacy. Not wanting to waste the view, the tent is spacious and the freestanding bath looks outwards. While the exterior environment at The Cliff is pure Africa, the room interiors combine organic chic with international design to create the understated style of a modern boutique hotel.
Guests can sit on the veranda to catch the rising sun in the morning as it spreads its vivid light across the lake, nudging life into the park’s occupants and awakening its environs. At the same time, as the sun sets in the evening, the atmosphere of the park settles into the comforts of the unfolding night and the nocturnal sounds of the wilderness.
At The Cliff Nakuru, you can enjoy fine spirits and wines, read a book, or enjoy a large selection of coffee made by our onsite barista. Enjoy your meals in the restaurant as our Chef teases your palette with a variety of flavors in your starters, mains and desserts.
It would be easy for a guest at The Cliff to spend the day gazing at the view from the comfort of the elegant tent, but there’s more to do around Lake Nakuru. Get up early and go on a game drive in the open-sided Land Cruisers, and perhaps see a leopard, lion, buffalo, rhino or a rare Rothschild’s giraffe. Hippo can also be sighted around the lake, and for birdwatchers, Lake Nakuru National Park is birdwatcher’s paradise with its incredible bird variety including the famous pink flamingoes.
If guests prefer their game drive as the sun goes down they might like to visit the gym before breakfast, relax by the infinity pool with a cold drink just before lunch and have a soothing massage in the spa before heading out at 4 pm. While the day is busy, the pace itself is tranquil, the only disturbance (if you can call it that) being the calls from the nearby fauna.