The extraordinary Sarova Taita Hills Safari Lodge is situated at the main gate to Taita Hills Sanctuary in Kenya. The Sarova Taita Hills lodge is set in the southern region of the country, about 400 km from the city of Nairobi and about 200 km from Mombasa.
Private charter planes land at the Taita Hills Safari Lodge airstrip. This sanctuary in East Africa can be reached within a 3 hours drive from Mombasa and a 6 hours drive from Nairobi on tarmac roads.
The Taita Hills lodge features a beautiful stone building offering 60 spacious rooms and 2 suites, all of which provide private viewing balconies. The rooms are authentically decorated and are complemented by modern amenities.
The Tulia wellness tent at the lodge offers an oasis of relaxation and tranquillity to guests who may choose soothing spa treatments which include Swedish Massages, Aromatherapy as well as Ayurveda.
Quality and freshness characterize the meals served at Kenya's Sarova Taita Hills Safari Lodge. Various dining venues are available making for memorable experiences. At the main restaurant, Chala, guests enjoy sumptuous breakfast, lunch and dinner buffets.
Delicious meals range from Pan-Asian, Pan-European and Pan-African. The Lobby Bar offers an extensive cellar of imported wines, along with a great variety of premium spirits as well as other preferred beverages.
Thrilling safari drives early in the morning and late in the afternoon allow for unforgettable wildlife encounters. Even from the lodge's lobby and the terrace bar, great views can be enjoyed with wildlife passing by providing photographic opportunities for guests.
During the exciting night safari drives, safari enthusiasts have the chance to view more unusual animals which include the striped and spotted hyena, the mongoose, the jackal, the Civet, the genet, the bush baby as well as the porcupine. Travellers may enjoy a trip to the authentic village to learn about the local cultures.
An excursion to the Mzima Springs in Tsavo West National Park is not to be missed which is famous for its hippos and crocodiles.