Safari Lodge

    Demand for safaris can be very high and in peak months, it may be necessary to use alternative lodges of a similar standard or route itineraries

    Wherever possible, we book rooms with private baths and/or showers throughout, based on two people sharing a double room. Single rooms are available at a supplementary cost, but neither single rooms nor rooms with a private bath and/or shower can be guaranteed, due to the high demand for safaris

    Your accommodation is booked on a full-board basis, so all of your meals are included. You will need to pay extra for drinks, laundry, tips and telephone calls.

    The safari lodges and camps offer a good choice of high quality cuisine, based on international tastes along side traditional East African flavours.

    Many of the lodges have themed nights where local dishes are prepared for guests to sample. These might include ugali, a dish of mashed maize, or nyama choma, a ‘bush meat’ dish featuring local game such as ostrich or zebra

    Kenya is renowned for its coffee, as well as its tea, so be sure to try these whenever possible

    Morning game drives usually set out at around 7am, giving you the opportunity to grab a very quick bite before you leave (breakfast at the lodges usually begins at 6.30am). On most itineraries you should arrive back at the lodge in time in time for a ‘main’ breakfast, if required

    Water is on sale at the lodges and you should take some with you each time you go out on a game drive.

    If you have any particular dietary requirements then please notify us beforehand so that the lodges can prepare your meals accordingly

Kilaguni was the first lodge to be built in a Kenyan National Park and is only 100 metres from a busy waterhole. The Lodge was designed to ensure that all of its public and private rooms have magnificent views of Tsavo, and the Lodge also has a pool and laundry facilities. Recently acquired by the Serena Group, the lodge has been fully refurbished.

Ziwani Tented Camp is located on the banks of the Tsavo River, between Amboseli and Tsavo West, in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro. The camp accommodates up to 40 guests in private well furnished tents under large thatched roofs. The tents, with their own shower and bathroom facilities are spacious, and the verandahs have a beautiful view of theTsavo River and surrounding bush.

Opened in 2002, Ngutuni Lodge is located in its own private 10,000 acre game sanctuary. The Lodge’s high makuti roofs keep the interior spaces cool, and the main lounge is open on all sides to allowing panoramic views of the bush. All of the guest rooms have private balconies overlooking the busy waterhole and surrounding bush.

For decades Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge has been one of Kenya’s flagship lodges, famed for its warmth, vibrancy and legendary hospitality. A favourite amongst travellers in search of luxury accommodation, Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge is a luxurious safari escape set in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary overlooking a waterhole and the vast Tsavo plains. Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge’s charm is evident from the outset. Here you will savour uncompromising high standards of service, efficiency and personalised attention. The entire lodge is raised on stilts, providing 24-hour game viewing opportunities from any corner of the lodge. Each room is spacious and beautifully appointed, featuring exquisite ethnic décor in keeping with the Tsavo environment.

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