Seronera Wildlife Lodge

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Seronera Wildlife Lodge sits upon one of the most important spots in the Serengeti National Park –the migratory route.

It provides front-seat viewing of this extraordinary natural phenomenon.

The lodge is artfully constructed round a rocky outcrop from glass and wood elements, perfectly blending into its surrounding.

Next to the lodge, are several waterholes attracting the most amazing animals, providing a unique opportunity for a close encounter with the so called Big Five.

Other Holiday Hotels, Camps and Safari Lodges Nearby

Serengeti Bushtops Camp › | Ubuntu Camp, Asilia Africa › | Singita Faru Faru Lodge › | Sayari Camp › | Olakira Camp › | Dunia Camp › | Singita Sasakwa Lodge › | Sanctuary Kusini, Serengeti › | Lemala Ewanjan › | Serengeti Migration Camp › | Kirawira Camp Western Serengeti › | Serengeti Simba Lodge › | Asanja Africa › | Klein's Camp › |


Seronera Wildlife Safari Lodge lies 330 km from Arusha (4.30 hour drive), 150 km from Namanga (Kenyan border) and 265 km from Nairobi.


Seronera Wildlife Safari Lodge has 75 spacious guestrooms, all with spectacular views over the dazzling Serengeti plains.

● 57 Twin Rooms

● 17 Double Rooms (with a king–size bed) &

● 1 Suite

Room facilities:

Suite bathrooms with Shower Attachments & Bathtub

Central Heating System

Beds provided with Mosquito Nets

Air Vents

Wake–Up Calls made only on request

General facilities:


2 Bars

TV Lounge

Well–Stocked Library

Swimming Pool

Safety Deposit Boxes at Reception

Telephone, Fax, Radio & Mailing Communication

Boutique & Souvenir Shop

Landing Airstrip

Seronera Wildlife Lodge in Serengeti Tanzania

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