YMCA Naivasha Camp
Down a short track from Moi South Lake Road, YMCA Naivasha Camp offers bandas, dorms and camping in a large wild garden.
The bandas are circular, whitewashed buildings with thatched roofs, Each banda is named in Swahili after an animal, such as simba, kiboko and ndovu, and pictures of the animal adorn the door. There are 4 en-suite double bandas, and 2 en-suite family bandas with a partition between the double and twins beds. There are also 5 bandas with external communal bathrooms, made up of 4 doubles and l triple. There are 2 dorms with external communal bathrooms; 1 dorm sleeps 17 pax and the other sleeps 30.
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The campsite has a bathroom block with rows of WCs and showers, a communal kitchen and a TV room with dining table. Kitchen equipment, crockery, cutlery and glassware is available for hire. The camp can prepare meals with advance notice. Campers can hire jiko barbecues if required.
Small seating booths in the garden house tables and chairs. A hall is available for meetings or conferences; guests should bring equipment if required. A tree planting project offers visitors the chance to have their name on a signboard beside their tree.