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Singita Sasakwa Lodge

Lodge 9.1 Rating
Price 1996 1793 1541 1541 1541 1541 1996 1996 1996 1996 1996 1501 1748 USD
Jan 8.0
Feb 8.0
Mar 7.5
Apr 8.0
May 9.1
Jun 9.1
Jul 9.0
Aug 9.0
Sep 9.0
Oct 9.0
Nov 9.0
Dec 8.5
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Singita Sasakwa Lodge
is located in the Grumeti sector of the Serengeti in Northern Tanzania.

It is a very high specification lodge set in a very large exclusive-use reserve bordering the Serengeti. It is owned by one of Africa's premium safari operators and has elegantly appointed public areas in a colonial style manor house, with a very wide range of premium facilities and seventeen cosy guest rooms and cottages. The lodge is serviced to the highest very standards.

A wide range of safari activities includes day and night vehicle safari and walking safari. Wildlife view is very solid year round, with the main migration usually passing through May/Jun and Oct/Nov.

The main potential downsides at Singita Sasakwa Lodge are extremely high prices, the relatively large size, heavy build, retro styling and rather conventional hotel feel. Also guests are often asked to share safari vehicles and that at some times of year the main wildlife viewing action is elsewhere in the Serengeti.


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