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Serengeti Serena Lodge

Serengeti Serena Lodge

From a front row seat at the magnificent annual great migration of wildebeest to the wonders of a riveting game drive on the Serengeti, Serengeti Serena Lodge in Tanzania offers some of the finest game-viewing in Africa. Award-winner numerous times from the World Travel Press, this distinct lodge is also known for showcasing cultural performances and providing a thrilling combination of impeccable style and native tradition.

Located in Serengeti National Park on a small ridge, Serengeti Serena Lodge serves multi cuisine fare and drinks in its African themed bar and dining room. The intricately carved, domed dining room is styled to fit seamlessly into its surroundings while showcasing unique Makonde carvings. Opening onto a timbered terrace, the bar area serves refreshing drinks daily, and the central barbeque area and water gardens also encourage conversations about the exciting events of each day.

Domed “rondavels” house two guestrooms (one up, one down), each with private balcony, entrance, bedroom, natural stone bath, and handcrafted furniture. These stone-built, thatched accommodations are scattered throughout the property and blend beautifully with the area’s natural surroundings. Acacia groves, flowing springs, and a “vanishing horizon” pool give way to the Serengeti’s endless plains. A viewing balcony from each rondavel room offers panoramic views of endless landscapes and numerous native animals and plants. Thoughtful standard room amenities include telephone, wireless internet, laundry, valet, shoeshine services, bathrobe and slippers, mineral water, toiletries, room service, safe, and more.

Upgrade to the Serengeti Suite complete with a king-sized bed with walk-in mosquito net, luxurious furnishings, dressing area, sitting room, and marble en-suite bathroom.

Of course, wildlife viewing is one of the main events at Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge. Daily game drives thrill guests with opportunities to view the “big five” (lion, leopard, rhino, elephant, buffalo), unique birdlife, and, of course, over a million wildebeest, zebra, hyena, and more during the annual great migration. Other adventures abound at and around the lodge, including hot air balloon safaris, nature walks, acrobatic shows, cultural dances, and local guitar maestro performances.

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