Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
We love the lavish Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge, and it certainly makes for an indulgent stay. Nestled in the north of Serengeti National Park, this upmarket lodge is secluded from the usual busy parts of the park, offering an exclusive ambience.
The 15 suites here embody Lemala Kuria Hills’ luxuriousness - the huge glass windows overlook the plains, and each tent has its own private plunge pool. Kuria Hills seems to be a popular spot with zebra too, so you’ll be sure to spot a few as relax in the public areas. We just can’t resist the food here either – who could say no to a pizza cooked in a wood burning pizza oven?
This lodge is the perfect base for the last two or three nights of your trip. After days of camping in tents and moving between parks, you’ll simply sink into the luxurious beds as you rest your weary legs in pure 5* luxury.
Though luxurious, we love that the lodge is environmentally friendly – the tents are made from recycled materials, and the whole lodge runs on solar power.
Serengeti Migration is from June – October.
Closed April and May, children over six are welcome.
This lodge can be booked as part of a tailor-made safari, with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £645 / €735 / $835