Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge
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- Airport Transportation
- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Room service
- High-speed internet in room
- Non-smoking rooms
TripAdvisor Reviews Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge Tsavo National Park West
Travel Blogs from Tsavo National Park West
... the one, Mike caught a couple, and Kinny caught the biggest fish of the day, a catfish.
It was soon lunchtime and it was starting to cloud over. In the afternoon we went on a nature walk, led by Steve, armed with a spear in case any crocs took a fancy to us. This wasn't your standard bird spotting on Dartmoor. We saw elephants, hippos and crocodiles. Never did I ...
... walking about, going about their business. It is very common to see a herd with a number of females and young, but most of the males tend to be solitary. They need time to plot. As we were driving along, we saw a big herd of elephants gathered along the road, some of they eat about 250kg a day! We promptly drove away so that we wouldn't get any urges around us. After this we saw some cheeky zebras lined up in single file along the road, it looked like they were trying to do ...
... did see some wrinkles :) So all in all a fabulous start to our safari adventures! When we arrived at the lodge, we were pleasantly surprised to be escorted to a huge lodge with a balcony just metres away from the National Park, with a very much needed electric fence in between. There was a man made watering hole just 10metres away from us and we barely had time to have a sip of our cold Tusker beers, when three elephants turned up to have a drink. So we sipped our beers and ...
Evans really turned on the speed. After about twenty minutes of his crazy driving across wet roads and around blind curves on mountain traverses full of wild and unpredictable animals, I told him that he was going to kill us all, and that he should just take us to Nairobi without visiting the springs. I wasn’t willing to cause the death of part or all of my family to see a couple of hippos. He then slowed down to a more reasonable pace, and the ...
... theme in every decoration possible) we devoured our lunch and then prepared for our next game drive at 4:00. This time, the highlight was seeing a lioness. It was absolutely fantastic and she came so (scarily) close to our van. I swear that literally all the vans in the park were gathered around her, each of which was maneuvering every minute or so trying to get a better picture. We left the drive just after sunset which was lovely, until Joseph pointed out a ...