The lodge is set in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro, beside
a copse of giant acacia trees and a gently flowing natural spring. It is one
of Kenya's finest safari lodges. All around the lodge roams big game that has
made East Africa legendary. The lodge has ninety six well decorated, very comfortable
The lodge itself draws on a subtle Maasai cultural motif, featuring natural woodcarvings, traditional artefacts and a glowing selection of local art.Sensitively located and built from ecologically sympathetic materials, its architectural shapes, style, textures and colours reflect the true essence of the African bush. They also enable it to blend effortlessly into the landscape and work in gentle harmony with the natural environment.
The rooms, each with an uninterrupted view over the ever-changing vistas of the African plains, are styled to a traditional Maasai concept featuring beadwork, gourds, hand-painted murals and the clever use of the traditional manyatta bent-brushwood effect so as to blend an authentic nomadic aura with all the comforts of unabashed five star luxuries.
Guests can also enjoy an acacia-shaded swimming pool fed daily by the melt-waters of Kilimanjaro, a selection of natural timber game viewing decks, a water hole for the animals and an alluring selection of watering holes for the guests.
Dining is al fresco, under canvas, by hurricane lamp or by the
candle-lit elegance and roaring log fires of the dining room - the choice is
Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge
Amboseli National Park, Kenya
Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge, Kenya
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