rated as one of the top wildlife retreats in the world, the eight-story
Tower is one of the most luxurious and private Kenyan homes frequented by
people in search of the unusual wishing to contribute to conservation.
Custom-built by Dodo Cunningham-Reid and still used as the family’s second
home today – the Tower is open to a limited number of guests during the
From here you can
enjoy breathtaking views over Oloidien Bay and follow at eagle-eye the
movements of the hippos, giraffe and zebra grazing at the foot of the Tower.
The rustling of the lake and the sounds of the bush create at all hours a
magical symphony of peace and tranquility, broken only by the splashing of
water as the hippos venture out into the bush under the cover of darkness.
A healthy romantic morning breakfast is served outside under the towering
yellow fever acacias while in the evening intimate candlelit dinners bring
the guests back to bygone days of wild simplicity and unspoiled elegance.
There are 4 Double rooms, 1 single ground floor room – a dining room,
kitchen, spacious living room with incredible balcony, writing room,
meditation room and a small top view room. Ideal for a family looking for a
unique luxury experience in Africa. Sleeps 9.
Hippo Point Philosophy
Hippo Point is a not for profit private wildlife sanctuary dedicated to
protecting wildlife and habitat in this unique internationally recognized
wetland – where birds, animals and nature have existed in abundance for
millions of years. Our family and staff are dedicated to protecting this
fragile ecosystem through careful planning and sustainable initiatives in
the face of rapid development in Kenya.
Here you can enjoy communing with nature in comfort so that
you, your family and friends can reconnect with yourselves, each other and
the extraordinary beauty, peace and serenity found in this special corner of
We deeply care about Hippo Point and wholeheartedly embrace a philosophy
dedicated to serving those who wish to experience it with us for the greater
good of the continued preservation of its beauty, animals and environment.
By visiting us you will have a meaningful impact on its sustainability in an
increasingly crowded world that threatens nature itself and be reminded of
the importance of preserving places like this for generations to come – and
to leave your mark we would love you to plant a tree while you are here.
Lake Naivasha, Kenya