WHERE TO STAY IN TANZANIA
Four Seasons Serengeti
If luxury, adventure, and an incredible safari experience are what you desire, then the Four Seasons Serengeti is the perfect spot for you. Witness the Big Five as they roam free across the plains, or watch herds of wildebeest and zebra congregate. After endless exploration, re-hydrate yourself within the canvassed and open villas, unwind in the spa, and soak up the sun by the pool
Activities at Four Seasons Serengeti
One of the key reasons for heading to the Serengeti is to explore the plains and get the chance to see iconic animals in the wild. Take in the Serengeti landscape from the air during a balloon safari (available at an additional cost). You will wake up early and enjoy breakfast before heading out on an hour-long sunrise hot-air balloon flight across the savannah. Settle back down on land and enjoy a delicious champagne breakfast in the bush. Another great way to get up close to the splendours of the Serengeti is by immersing yourself in a walking safari. Go on an intimate 90-minute guided walk that will shine a light on the national park’s subtle and unusual characteristics. Maasai guides and national park rangers will help you explore the landscape of the Serengeti as you discover animal tracks, insects and medicinal plants. The Retina Hippo Pool is only a one-hour drive from the Lodge and is home to a pod of hippos. You will be set at a safe distance and be able to watch as the Serengeti’s biggest mammals rest, play and fly in the waters of a bend in the river. They will wallow in the mud, splash and create a remarkable show that will be extraordinary to witness.
Head to the Four Seasons Serengeti unique discovery centre which is part museum and part lecture theatre. It offers you an interactive experience where you can learn about the wildlife, history and people that live on the Serengeti. Set within the Lodge’s main building, a focal point at the centre is the interactive map of the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem. It highlights the movements of the Great Migration. Within the centre, you can explore by yourself or ask for help from one of the local guides on hand.