Singita Sasakwa Lodge
The flagship lodge of Singita Grumeti Reserves, Sasakwa is set high above the rolling plains of the Serengeti.
With its elegant architecture and exquisite furnishings, the lodge is reminiscent of the early 1920s. Luxurious cottages boast ensuite bathrooms (with a bath, shower and dressing room, as well as a guest toilet), a private sitting room, veranda, garden and heated infinity plunge pool. Guest areas include a beautifully-decorated dining room, bar, lounge, games room, garden room (opening onto wrap-around verandas with spectacular views),
library, billiards room, wine cellar, heated infinity swimming pool and Jacuzzi. A luxurious spa (featuring a steam room, hydrotherapy tub, gym and yoga room) offers superb relaxation. Adventures include game drives, guided walks, horse riding (where experienced riders can enjoy out-rides on the Serengeti plains), hot air ballooning, archery, tennis and mountain biking.
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