Serengeti Simba Lodge
Serengeti Simba Lodge was named after the king of the Jungle the lion (locally known as simba in kiswahili) , symbolic of royalty, strength plus pride. We invite you to explore, personally experience and take pleasure in this African wilderness of Serengeti while staying at Serengeti Simba Lodge.
Beautifully located in the center of the Serengeti ecosystem, established up on Gambasage hill looking over the renowned River Grumeti , Serengeti Simba Lodge is found along the main route of the yearly Great Migration of thousands of wildebeests plus zebras. With breathtaking views of the wide savannah, Simba Lodge hosts a high number of bird species along with a stunning variety of large wild animals such as: lions, buffaloes, cheetahs, leopards, giraffes, elephants, bushbucks, zebras, gazelles, topis as well as wildebeests. The massive wildebeest migration matches through this area two times every year on their yearly journey across the Serengeti eco-system.
Serengeti Simba Lodge Provides
An ideal combination of relaxation and adventure
Exceptional accommodation plus service
Attractive and warm hospitality
Safe peaceful and private environment
An array of facilities plus activities
Sights of the annual migration when in season
Getting To Simba Lodge
Situated immediately outside Fort Ikoma gate of the renowned Serengeti National Park, this Serengeti Simba Lodge can be reached by road coming from Arusha (about 7 hours drive time) which is consequently connected to Dar es Salaam as well as Nairobi. Coming from northern and western parts of Serengeti National Park, this Simba Lodge can be reached from Mwanza and Musoma. The lodge can as well be arrived at by air through a charter or scheduled flight . Ikoma airstrip is only 15 minute drive while Seronera airstrip is around an hour drive. We can easily arrange transfers to and from the airstrip at Serengeti Simba Lodge.
Community plus Environmental Responsibility
Serengeti Simba Lodge was designed and constructed to nicely blend into its surroundings; they did not without due cause moved even on single tree or rock during the construction. Their environmental policy includes:
Solar power for lighting
Solar heated hot water
Marginal use of chemical cleaners
Minimal use of water
Minimal or no usage of charcoal as well as firewood
Maintaining native plants
They have a back-up generator readily available in the event of requirement.
Because of the romance offered by a tent plus protection of a permanent structure, the 15 exclusively designed and magnificently appointed tented rondavelsat in Serengeti Simba Lodge each is reasonably placed to offer guest the utmost privacy as well as the best possible views. Every large room has:
Solar generated lighting power plus hot water
Restricted charging in rooms (don’t allow hair dryers)
Inside stone bathroom with a tub, flush toilet plus a shower
Outside stone shower with total privacy supplied with hot & cold water
Hand-crafted hardwood furnishing plus beautiful fabrics