Kilaguni Serena Lodge
Kilaguni Serena Lodge faces volcanic stone and utilizing the natural rocky outcrops of a valley known as ‘the place of the young rhino’, from which it takes its name, the lodge features a thatched central dining area and a rock-built bar, with a viewing terrace looking directly down on to the waterhole where animals come to drink water.
Kilaguni Serena Lodge is one of the first lodges built in the park situated in the view of Mt Kilimanjaro and sheltered by the volcanic splendorous of the Chyulu hills.
This classic lodge overlooks its own water hole where animals come to drink water mostly in the evening or early morning.
- 58 spacious en suite rooms have their own verandas
- Five suites are located throughout the classic volcanic stone lodge
- Either suite in a two-story block overlooking the water hole
- A series of charming cottages or in lodging of luxury suites
- Offering views of the water hole or Chyulu Hills
- Appointed with natural stone walls and locally inspired furnishings, fabrics and artwork
All accommodations at Kilaguni Serena Safari Lodge are designed to meet the needs of families, couples and large groups with complimentary:
- High-speed Internet
- Private balconies
- Deluxe Penhaligon’s bath amenities
- 24-hour room service
- Master bedroom with a King bed
- Bathroom with bath and walk-in shower
- Sitting room with a broad terrace
- Interior and exterior dining table
- Mini bar stocked according to your preference
- Private balcony
- A flat-screen TV with satellite TV and video
- Dedicated room steward and in-room catering/bar services
- Private entrance
- Complimentary wireless Internet
- Coffee/tea making station
- 24-hour room service
Dine in the wild and taste safari life at its best, accompanied by a group of scarlet-clad Maasai warriors or Akamba drummers.
Located in a grove of acacia trees immediately adjacent to the lodge, your lantern-lit dinner is cooked on a blazing BBQ, accompanied by a wide range of salads and vegetables.
- The central dining room and rock-built bar overlooking the water hole
- Dedicated bush dining area, breakfast on Lion Rock, sundowners on Roaring Rocks
- Garden swimming pool and sundeck
- Gift shop and business center
- 3 game drives daily with dedicated wilderness guides, guided nature walks or bird-watching walks
- African theme nights
- Visit Akamba communities, opportunities to buy Akamba handicrafts
- Akamba dance performances and resident guitarist.
- 24-hour on-call medical services
- Dedicated stand-alone Conference Centre
- Babysitting, family rooms, children’s dining/menus
- Massages, facials, pedicures, manicures
- Board games and library of Africana books
- Complete wedding planning service and honeymoon suite
The shetani flow
A black lava flow of eight kilometers, 1.6 kilometers wide and five meters deep, is the remains of volcanic eruptions. They were subject of tales among local communities who named the flow “shetani,” meaning evil in Kiswahili after it spewed from the earth when it was just 240 years old. Climbing the flow isn’t an easy task as the thick, black soil is composed of uneven chunks of solid magma.
Bubbly Sundowner At Lion Rock Site
The ‘sun-downer’ is an essential part of safari life and dates back to the time of the great safaris of the 1920s when elegant cocktails were always served while watching the spectacle of the African sunset. Timed to begin as the sun starts its descent, the Sundowner opens with a gentle evening game drive, arriving at the site just as the evening sky turns a gold-pink.