Molo Line, the most reputable of the matatu companies, runs services to Nairobi (KSh400), leaving when full from opposite the old Odeon cinema. There are 10 seats, usually with belts, and drivers tend to stick to th…
Ordinary matatus leave from the chaotic bus and matatu station next to the market. Services include Naivasha (KSh200, 1¼ hours), Eldoret (from KSh350, 2¾ hours), Nairobi (KSh250 to KSh400, three hours) and Kisumu (K…
The main bus and matatu station is close to the municipal market off Mbaria Kaniu Rd. Frequent buses and matatus leave for Nakuru (KSh200, 1¼ hours) and Nairobi (KSh400, two hours).
Easy Coach is one of several bus companies offering services to Nairobi (KSh500, three hours), Eldoret (KSh650, 2¾ hours), Kisumu (KSh750, 3½ hours) and Kampala (KSh2350, 14 hours).
Frequent matatus run around the south side of the lake to Kongoni (KSh120) and Fisherman’s Camp area (KSh150, 45 minutes). They depart from the bus station and from Kenyatta Ave.
Nickson Gatimu will pick you up along the lake shore and take you to Naivasha, or vice versa. He also acts as an informal guide to Naivasha and the lake.
This petrol station gets slightly less busy than those a little further south along Moi Ave.
Come here if you're heading for Lake Baringo or Lake Bogoria.
Matatus for the local area, as well as Nairobi bookings.
One of Naivasha's better petrol stations.