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Sasakwa Lodge

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Sasakwa Lodge Summary

Sasakwa Lodge is one of the most expensive lodges in Tanzania, however it does offer a safari experience to match. Sasakwa is situated in the huge 350,000 private Singita Grumeti Reserve in the Western corridor region of the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania.
What Africa Uncovered says…
Sasakwa Lodge offers arguably the most luxurious safari experience in Tanzania. The Lodge is ultra-luxurious with unrivalled views of the open Serengeti Plains. The game viewing at Sasakwa is simply outstanding!!!

Sasakwa Lodge Description

The lodge is reminiscent of an east African ranch and rests on top of Sasakwa Hill, affording its guests breathtaking views of the Serengeti below. The views from the lodge are some of the finest in Africa and hours can be spent on the open veranda experiencing the amazing views. The main Manor house features a big swimming pool, dining room, cigar room, snooker room, library and areas for private dining as well as a croquet lawn.

There are 10 opulent cottages at Sasakwa; 6 one bedroom cottages, 2 two bedroom cottages, 1 three bedroom cottage and 1 four bedroom villa. All air conditioned cottages have en-suite bathrooms, lounge with fire place, television, veranda with Swarovski telescope and private plunge pool.


Game viewing activities in this phenomenal game region include morning and afternoon/evening game drives conducted in state of the art land cruisers which take a maximum of 6 guests. Horse riding for intermediate and advanced riders is also on offer.

Wildlife viewing is exceptional and in great variety including but not limited to Lion, Black Rhino, Elephant, Buffalo, Leopard, Cheetah, wildebeest, bat eared fox, Giraffe, Zebra and Colobus monkey.

Spa facilities as well as Gym facilities are also on offer.

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Guide Price: From USD $558 per person per night sharing

Rates may vary according to season

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