Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge’s charm is evident from the outset. Here you will savour uncompromising high standards of service, efficiency and personalised attention. This is as close to nature as it gets!
2014 Rates per person sharing per night on Full Board Accommodation in a Standard Room:
|1st July -22nd Dec||KES 6,800.00||$79.00|
*Children get special rates
*Special Group rates, inclusive transport
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Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge has 96 unique rooms, all elevated on stilts and built across two levels, with ensuite bathrooms with permanent showers and WC, and running hot and cold water.
We can accommodate you in these rooms at three levels with double, twin or triple beds depending on your preferred occupancy.
Itinerary / Activities
Early morning and late afternoon game drives provide an ideal opportunity to view and photograph the diverse array of wildlife within the Sanctuary. During the drives guests also visit our sister property within the Sanctuary, Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge, where large numbers of wildlife come to drink at the adjacent waterholes - these provide a wonderful opportunity to view animals at close proximity in their natural habitat. The lobby and terraced bar offer excellent views and photographic opportunities, while an underground tunnel and bunker with ground level windows provides unbelievably close yet safe access to a variety of animals as they drink.
Traditional Music & Dance
A local trio of musicians plays traditional music during dinner. This is followed by authentic Taita dancers performing in the Lobby, with additional musicians and where your active participation is genuinely encouraged.
A beautiful free form swimming pool is open all day and is the perfect place to relax and enjoy the scenery.
An informative wildlife presentation in the evening by a qualified ecologist/ranger is arranged on request.
Take a nature walk with a qualified ranger guide, where the emphasis is on the natural environment you encounter as you walk leisurely through the bush. Marvel at the wildlife normally unnoticed during a game drive but evident on foot, yet still important through their impact on the ecology of this diverse ecosystem
Visit a local and authentic village where you can learn about local cultures, spend a day at Mzima Springs in Tsavo West National Park, famous for its thriving populations of hippos and crocodiles, or visit Ngulia Rhino Sanctuary or Lake Jipe, both also in Tsavo West. Alternatively, spend the day in Tsavo East National Park, where you can visit popular sites such as Aruba Dam and Lugards Falls.Besides,you can make an excursion to the nearby Taita Hills, with spectacular views, indigenous forests and rural markets. The region to the west of the Sanctuary is also rich in World War I history, while a crater lake near the Tanzanian border is a mere 60km away.