Singita Sasakwa Lodge

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Nestled in the private Grumeti Reserve amongst Serengeti National Park’s vast grassy plains, Singita Sasakwa Lodge offers opulent cottages with turn-of-the-century European charm. With 350,000 acres of private terrain surrounding the lodge, your stay here will certainly feel exclusive.

Each cottage is decorated like a lavish manor house, with rich leathers, charming paintings, rustic ornaments and rugs, and even a roaring fireplace. They also include a private infinity pool, and a spacious terrace overlooking the plains. You’ll be sure to feel like royalty here, especially with the friendly staff members who go above and beyond to make your trip special.

The lounge and dining areas are just as magnificent, adopting an East African country-club style with inviting sofas, charming old-style decor, and plenty of photos and drawings adorning the walls. There’s also a breath-taking infinity pool that juts out of the verdant green cliffs, as well as a spa and gym, and the pastries here are some of the best in East Africa.

We love that your stay here is completely tailored to you – you can eat where you like, do whatever you fancy in between game drives, and simply just make the place your own. The wildlife here is incredible all year round, giving you fantastic opportunities to spot wildebeest, lion, elephant and leopard.

Serengeti Migration viewing is from June – July.

What's Included

  • There are six one-bedroom cottages, two two-bedroom cottages, one three-bedroom cottage, and one four-bedroom private villa. All
  • WiFi
  • Full board food and drink
  • Game drives in a 4x4 purpose built safari vehicle
  • Visits to the Environmental Education Centre
  • Swimming pool

Open all year round, children of all ages welcome.

Price Information

This lodge can be booked as part of a tailor-made safari, with or without flights. Per person per night prices from £1345 / €1535 / $1745

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