Set high on a hill with 360 degree views out over the Serengeti savannah, the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge is centrally located in the park adjacent to the famous Western Corridor and Grumeti River which is a brilliant location during the migration months. The lodge is a great choice for families and for those wanting a pool. It is a large lodge so it may not suit if you are after something with intimate and authentic.
Inspired by a traditional African village, the lodge presents a vibrant design concept rich in indigenous craft and cultural detail. The property holds 66 traditionally-thatched 'Rondavel' rooms, with a variety of different options, including 2 rooms tailored for disabled use. All rooms are stone built and are two-storey, providing excellent views of the plains from their private balconies. The modern amenities of telephone and WiFi services are juxtaposed nicely by intricately carved furniture and natural stone bathrooms.
Communal areas of the lodge are created out of thatch and indigenous wood and give guests a true 'out of Africa' experience. The dining room is built around a central barbecue area offering traditional African and European fare.
30 km from the Seronera Airstrip. Approximately a 6 hour drive from Arusha and a 7 hour drive from Kilimanjaro Airport. It would take between 3 and 4 hours to drive from the Ngorongoro Crater.
Daily game drives, balloon safaris, bush meals, cultural dances, nature walks, walking safaris and acrobatic shows.
Read what our previous clients thought of Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
Review of Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge
A little disappointed with the Serengeti Serena Safari Lodge. Food was very average, Room not so cleaned, service not so good. And we always had the feeling that the staff was expecting for a tip. Our guide/driver was driving too fast and we felt like he didn't really know where to bring us; the last day, he brought us to the gas station since he didn't know where to bring…
Another beautiful lodge--the cool factor here for us was the fact that the animals roamed freely around the grounds. We were escorted by the guard back to our room in the dark one night and he told us he could show us a surprise if we let him onto our deck, which we did--he shined his flashlight right onto an elephant eating the tree just off of our deck!…
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