Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti
Visiting the Serengeti does not have to be an under canvas experience and at the Four Seasons Safari Lodge one can enjoy the excellent game viewing in the central Seronera area and then return to the luxuries and modern comforts at the lodge.
The lodge caters very will for both couples and families and the first class facilities include a spa with six free-standing treatment pavilions, a fitness centre, educational discovery centre, kids club and an infinity edge swimming pool.
Enjoy a thrilling experience at the Serengeti and learn more about the local culture.
Serengeti National Park
- Central Serengeti location
- Infinity pool
- Educational Discovery Centre
- Game gathering at the waterholes
It may be larger than most lodges but it allows couples and families alike to experience the Serengeti in luxury and without compromising on comfort.
Four Seasons Serengeti
- Discovery Centre;
- Kids Club;
- Fitness Centre;
- Infinity-edge swimming pool;
- Choice of restaurants and bars
This is a place where you can enjoy indoor and outdoor dining venues with exceptional views at every turn. The Boma Grill restaurant offers a grilled menu featuring the very best ingredients sourced from the African continent. The Kula's restaurant features contemporary international and African dishes with influences from India to Cape Malay and, for the those who want to enjoy a magnificent view, don't miss out the Maji Bar and Terrace. Here you'll enjoy African tapas platters, sandwiches, burgers and fresh organic salads, cocktails and much more.
The 77 luxurious rooms, suites and villas mix contemporary design, African décor and artwork with the modern comforts of wifi, air conditioning and flat screen televisions. Some of the rooms overlook the waterholes and the superb villas offer more space, privacy and infinity-edge pools.
- Game drives;
- Bush walks;
- Hot air balloon safaris;
- Spa treatments;
Children over the age of two are very welcome at the lodge. At the Kijana Kids Club children can enjoy games, arts and crafts, movie nights and learn about Africa's wildlife and cultures from a Maasai warrior.