About The Lodge
Amboseli is known as the land of giants, and it’s not hard to see why: on a clear day, the views of the snow-capped Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest mountain, are breathtaking. The wilderness vistas from Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge are simply captivating, as is the likelihood of meeting wild elephant near this Amboseli safari lodge.
The unique red-painted walls of Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge add a pop of colour to the surrounding bush, without seeming at all incongruous, while inside, the room decor is equally striking.
However, it’s Mount Kilimanjaro, an immense volcanic cone topped off with dazzling white snow, that tends to steal the show. Indeed, even on days when the heat haze makes the view less clear, the mountain’s benign presence can be felt everywhere.
Along with the picture-perfect acacia trees, a grove of which grows by this Amboseli safari lodge, the mountain provides the perfect backdrop to classic safari snaps. With a range of activities – including morning and afternoon game drives and guided nature treks – there are ample opportunities to take photos.
Amboseli Serena Safari Lodge also extends the traditional safari experience to include other moments that are good for the soul and the mind, from learning to make traditional baskets and beaded jewellery to planting trees and returning friendly greetings in Kenya’s musical national language, Swahili.
With accommodation options to suit every kind of traveller, this is a lodge that opens up the wonders of the Kenyan bush without taking away any of the magic that can only be found in Africa’s unspoiled wild places.
From sundowners with an unbeatable view to winding down by the palm-fringed swimming pool, days here are easily filled with equal parts excitement and relaxation.
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Safari Trips That Take You Here
Create lifelong memories on a family safari through magical Kenya. Wildlife Safari custom designs safaris to suit every family.
Before heading off on six days of safari adventure, spend a night in Kenya’s capital of Nairobi. Board your light aircraft and fly off, landing in the shadow of Mount Kilimanjaro’s snow-capped peak, to explore Amboseli National Park, famed for its large elephant herds. After three glorious days, fly out, heading west into the game-filled savannah plains of the Masai Mara for another three remarkable days on safari.