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The walking safaris starts from the boma towards Rongai river which is about 150 meters from the lodge, this walking safaris is called short walk of about 1 to 2 hours. During the walking safaris you will be introduced about the nature of plants and animals that are dominating around this area including Acacia tortillas, birds, hippos and hippo pool and the root of migration which is exactly in front of the lodge and destination for the lion’s birth.
Our Serengeti bar tender will provide varieties of the local cocktails including Serengeti blues, Serengeti sunset at the fire place with a finger bite snacks
The Swahili phrase, HAKUNA MATATA, meaning (No Trouble) was made famous by lion king Disney movie. Learn Swahili words with our resident teachers who will give you a one on one lesson every evening at the fire place
On a clear night standing under the sky is like having a blankets star surrounds These are the same stars that guide the Masai Nomads to greener areas for their livestock. However, the best viewing of constellation can be seen from the boma. Grab a night cap and join us outside under the African sky.
Play and traditional stories told around the fire place
This is taught by a traditional Massai and cover the lifestyle of the locals including fire making lessons traditional dancing and singing as well historical background on livestock
Hide away table for dinner under the umbrella tree with candle lit, special natural flowers on the table and bed with a chilled bottle of sparkling wine, including masai fire lights
Located around the hippo pool under the umbrella tree facing at the Hippos with traditional Massai fire lighting, mostly BBQ Dinner recommended
Delicious bbq bush lunch located at (MAWE MEUPE) 15km from the lodge, and the area is well covered by the white stones and umbrella trees as well as long range of an endless plains of Serengeti.
Located around the hippo pool under the umbrella tree facing at the Hippos instrumented along with birds’ melody