Activities Serengeti Simba Lodge
Take the closest possible look at the African bush and its inhabitants
Game Drive Safari
Witness the Great Wildebeest Migration right within the migration corridor and the abundance of wildlife of the Western Serengeti!
Have a most delicious breakfast in a wilderness setting!
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Accommodation options at Serengeti Simba Lodge
Perfect for solo travellers, honeymooners or families with one child. Built on stone foundations and covered with canvas and thatch roofs in a safari tent style. Each lodge features a private terrace, en-suite bathroom and a private outdoor shower.
Twin rooms with 2 single beds. Double rooms with 1 queen-size bed. Triple accommodation is available.
Cost per night
Perfect for larger groups of friends or couples travelling together or families with children. The Stone House comprises twin, queen and family rooms. An additional twin bed for a child is available for family rooms.
Two queen-size beds per each room
Cost per night
Depending on the travel season, the price may vary. You may always contact us to know the final price for your chosen travel dates.
- 5 twin tents
- 10 double tents
- 2 twin rooms
- 2 queen rooms
- 2 family rooms
- Free Public Area Wi-Fi
- 24-hours solar-powered hot water
- En-suite bathroom
- Private outdoor shower
- Mosquito nets
- En-suite torch
- Bathroom supplies
- Packed lunch
- Infinity Pool
- Sunbathing Deck
- Restaurant & Bar
- Dining room
- Lounge Area
- Campfire Area
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Serengeti Simba Lodge on the map
Serengeti Simba Lodge is located on the Gambasage Hill at the Ikoma Gate, in the western part of the Serengeti ecosystem. The lodge stands right on the path of the Great Migration providing an unhindered access to the view of thousands of wildebeests making their annual circuit through the plains of the Serengeti National Park. From the tent windows one can see the Grumeti River at the distance. Throughout a year, the famous Serengeti dwellers can be seen right out of the tent windows: lions watching their prey, cheetahs hunting antelopes, giraffes wandering peacefully amidst the grass.