Singita Sasakwa Lodge

Address: Grumeti Reserves, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania | 5 star lodge
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This 5 star lodge is located on Grumeti Reserves, Serengeti National Park.
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      Travel Blogs from Serengeti National Park

      Close encounter of the feline kind

      A travel blog entry by johanna.drake on Dec 30, 2014

      18 photos

      ... with babies, accompanied by wildebeest & thompsons gazelle. It was a majestic exit to the park. We also saw three more lions in the grasslands in amongst the herds.
      Cat count 64
      As we made the drive to the crater's edge we stopped at a Masai village, paid our $25 USD pp & enjoyed an hour in the village. It's the only option as the Masaii (and their are many) don't allow photos & Dickson ...

      Serengeti... what a place!

      A travel blog entry by wendy.batey on Sep 30, 2014

      1 comment, 20 photos

      ... was set up, someone yells “they’re off”.We jump into the gari, race the 500 metres down to the bank of the river. It sounded like a swarm of bees and even looked like a swarm in the water. UNBELIEVABLE Zuri Suna Suna

      We made the trip back safely through torrential rain. We were all pretty subdued, rather overcome by the whole experience. A few celebratory drinks were had on the viewing deck followed by another delicious ...

      Lions and Rhino and Wildebeest, oh my!

      A travel blog entry by karyn512 on Sep 08, 2014

      11 photos

      ... I never expected to see anything like that.

      Kareem explained that the two males were likely brothers and although only one got the chance to mate, they both protected the pride and ruled the territory. Who would have known? The group went off to nap (or so we thought) so we went closer to the kill and checked out the scavengers. There were probably 30 birds there eating and we were a little grossed out to see zebra legs. Of course, they have to eat and so ...


      A travel blog entry by megwilson on Sep 05, 2014

      11 photos

      ... to be horrendous with the survivors. It's crazy that it happened on a large straight stretch on the road, where they would have seen it happening, all of those passengers. It's a smack in the face seeing things like this, every person killed in that accident had a place they were heading, and they all have stories and families. It's just such a tragedy. makes me grateful for the laws and safety back home ...

      Serengeti Stopover

      A travel blog entry by barbikewley on Jun 06, 2014

      10 photos

      ... dirt road. The others went all the way to the ferry but decided not to go over to the island as they probably wouldn't have got back by nightfall.Doggy and I travelled back slowly, birding on the old dirt road which went alongside the tarred road. It meandered back alongside numerous vleis and we had to dodge herds of cattle being herded by the local Masai.8th June - Serengeti Stop OverWe went into Serengeti National ...