About Us

Fisherman’s Camp on the shores of Lake Naivasha extends from a beautiful canopy of acacia trees up into the hills, where you can enjoy breathtaking views of the lake and surrounding areas. Just an hour and a half from Nairobi, it offers a great place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, to relax by the lake or set yourself for an amazing Kenyan adventure! Fisherman’s is also home to the fantastic Rift Valley Festival – a gathering of local and international music artists, combining traditional African roots and global styles.

Bottom Camp, on the shore of Lake Naivasha is a beautiful campground covered by acacia trees, which house a wide variety of wildlife such as our resident colobus monkeys, lovebirds, African Fish Eagles and the occasional marabou stork. You can even watch hippo grazing at dusk from your tent – don’t worry, an electric fence deters them from venturing into the main camp! Tents can also be hired on request and we also have 4 rustic bandas (chalet) with toilet and hot shower and a fully equipped cottage if you prefer to sleep in more comfort.

Top Camp sits above South Lake Road and looks out over Lake Naivasha with breathtaking views of the Aberdare Mountains. We have a number of cottages to suit a range of budgets, all with a veranda looking out to the Lake.


CAMPING FEES (per night): 800/- Adult and 400/-Child (3-12 years old)

Full pricing can be seen here.

The Fisherman’s Bar overlooks the campground and offers a wide variety of meals, from traditional ugali, tasty local steaks to a hearty fry up, not to mention a cold Tusker beer or honey Dawa cocktail as you watch the sun go down.

Come and visit us, soak up the atmosphere and enjoy a cold Tusker beer whilst watching the hippos grazing at the lake shores. Safari njema!

** Free WiFi from the bar and restaurant