Ngutuni Lodge is a 4-star Safari Lodge in a 10,000acre private Game Reserve bordering Tsavo East National Park on three sides.
The lodge is built with traditional thatched roof style with a large central lounge and dining room.
The lodge overlooks a water hole and is set against the spectacular backdrop of the Sagala Hills, only 2.5 hours drive from Mombasa and its international airport.
Once home to the infamous 'man eating lions of Tsavo' who preyed on men constructing the railway line between Mombasa and Kampala in the nineteenth century,
the sanctuary and surrounding national park are best known today for their fantastic variety of wildlife including lion, cheetah, elephant, buffalo as well as a huge variety of plains game and bird life.
Spectacularly constructed from large timber poles, with plunging thatched roofs and waxed timber decking, the lodge skillfully blends traditional African design with the modern comforts of a luxury lodge.
From the moment you step into reception and gaze through the open plan restaurant to the savannah beyond you begin to realise why this is such a special lodge.
Ngutuni Lodge is about 335 km from Nairobi.
It has 42 rooms in four-storey bedroom block of 12 rooms each that are elevated above the ground providing panoramic views of the endless savannah.
All have en-suite facilities with shower, one double and one single bed each, telephone, and a balcony