- Lodge type; Safari Lodge
- Location; Serengeti Ecosystem
- Lodge size; 21 tented and stone suites
- Recommended stay; 3-7 nights
- The Migration passes the lodge twice a year
- Awe-inspiring panoramic views
- Night game drives
- The surrounding wildlife year-round
- Sitting around a campfire at night
- Performances by the Simba Dance Troupe
Serengeti Simba Lodge is perched on a small hill (kopjie) with views out over the surrounding Serengeti Ecosystem from almost every vantage point and room.
The surrounding wildlife seen throughout the year includes; lion, buffalo, cheetah, leopard, giraffe, elephant, bushbuck, zebra, gazelle and hartebeest to mention but a few. Birdlife around the lodge and in the surrounding bushveld is also exceptional year-round (with the summer months being the peak for birding).
A smallish lodge that offers guests comfortable rustic accommodation in a magnificent location all at the right price.
Of interest; the annual migration passes the lodge twice a year, around June-July and again in October, should one be interested in these dates, one needs to book early.
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Serengeti Simba Lodge offers guests two types of accommodation options; tented suites and stone houses.
Fifteen thatched tented suites are available each with a private deck, twin or queen bedding options, en-suite bathrooms with concrete baths and outdoor showers. All suites enjoy the endless views of the surrounding Serengeti.
Stone House on the other hand offers up six rooms (two twin, two queen and two family rooms) each with stunning views out over the Serengeti savannah to the distant Grumeti River.
all tented suites and rooms are All rooms are decorated with local fabrics and hardwood furniture, all beds have mosquito nets for added comfort and a good night's rest.
Cuisine on offer is only sourced from only the finest locally grown ingredients with an emphasis on including lots of fresh fruits and vegetables. The style of cuisine on offer is a mixture of both European and East African options.
Numerous locations in which to enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner are on offer, no matter the time of day, all meal and menu options are delectable. Sundowner drinks are a must.
Should one have any dietary requests or special events (birthdays or anniversaries), please advise in advance of arrival.
The central guest area with its scenic views out over the surrounding plains offers guests a lounge with a fireplace, a bar, gift shop, outdoor viewing deck, indoor dining area and a battery charging station. Internet access (WiFi) is also available within the area, but internet speeds are not the quickest due to the location of the lodge.
A large infinity swimming pool is available to all guests, this is the perfect spot for one to escape those hot summer days.
Morning, afternoon or full-day game drives are on offer, the length of games are very much dependent on how well the wildlife sighting go.
The Ikona Wildlife Management Area in which the lodge is located is world-famous for its wildlife and birdlife.
With Serengeti Simba Lodge being located just outside of the Serengeti National Park one gets to participate in activities that would otherwise not be permitted, for example, night game drives.
Optional safari activities include; hot air-ballooning, walks and night game drives.
Children over the age of six years are welcome, but it must be noted that this is not a child-friendly option and children must be under the parent's supervision at all time.
Rates on Request
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollar
*Rates may vary according to season
- Full board
- Two daily game drives
- Three meals a day
- Tea, coffee, bottled water in the room
- Community bed night fees
- Relevant taxes and service charge
- Park entry fees
- Night game drives or walks
- All drinks other than water in rooms,
- Internet connection and telephone calls
- Travel/medical or evacuation insurance
- Flights & airport taxes
- Items of personal nature such as shop purchases