Luxury safari retreat where wild animals roam freely past the lodge and guests enjoy daily game drives
Singita Serengeti House is the perfect place to experience the Tanzanian wilderness. Pretty river valleys cross woodlands, forests, grasslands, and huge plains. This contemporary lodge offers uninterrupted views across the Serengeti where a plethora of wild animals freely roam or stop for a drink at the property’s watering hole.
Guests can enjoy the views and spot exotic wildlife from the large wooden deck surrounding the 25-metre infinity swimming pool. The deck has plenty of places to relax and socialise, from a covered lounge and al fresco dining area to poolside sun loungers to fire pits overlooking the plains.
Sports enthusiasts are spoilt for choice with a full-size tennis court, a croquet lawn, a pool table, and a fully-equipped gym with glass walls for epic views during a workout. There’s also a dedicated spa pavilion, perfect for post-gym treatments, or simply a holiday pamper session.
The interior is decorated in natural and light tones to perfectly match the environment, giving a warm and peaceful atmosphere to the house. Guests can relax in the spacious living and dining area with its cosy fireplace and plush couches, or head to the media room for a DVD or PlayStation session before retiring to their well-appointed bedroom for the evening.
Up to eight guests can be accommodated in four bedrooms; two suites in the main lodge and two separate garden cottages. Each suite offers a double bed, an en-suite bathroom, an outdoor shower and private terrace with stunning views.
In the surrounding area, there are a host of activities for guests to enjoy, many focussing on conservation of the area. Daily game drives with a guide are included, and there is a vast selection of other activities and excursions to choose from.
Singita Serengeti House is the perfect choice for a truly special safari escape with a touch of luxury.
NB: Due to the remote location, Wi-Fi signal may be slow and intermittent.
- Infitity Swimming Pool (25 m)
- Spa Facilities
- Tennis Court
Bedroom 1 – double bed, fireplace, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & separate shower + outdoor shower, and terrace access
Bedroom 2 – double bed, fireplace, en-suite bathroom with bathtub & separate shower + outdoor shower, and terrace access
Cottage 1 – double bed, fireplace, desk, dressing area, en-suite bathroom with bathtub + outdoor shower, and private terrace
Cottage 2 – double bed, fireplace, desk, dressing area, en-suite bathroom with bathtub + outdoor shower, and private terrace
|6 Jan 2022 - 31 May 2022||USD 16,050 per night|
|1 Jun 2022 - 31 Aug 2022||USD 22,500 per night|
|1 Sep 2022 - 31 Oct 2022||USD 18,510 per night|
|1 Nov 2022 - 14 Dec 2022||USD 16,050 per night|
|15 Dec 2022 - 5 Jan 2023||USD 22,500 per night|
Price per night for 5-8 guests. Price for lower occupancy and/or long stays available on request. Wildlife Fee & Tourism Development Levy not included.
- Fully-equipped kitchen
- Wine fridge
- Satellite TV
- DVD player
- Board games
- Boutique & Gallery (at nearby Singita Sasakwa Lodge)
- Countryside views
- Infinity swimming pool (25 m)
- Spa & massage tent
- Tennis court
- Fully-equipped gym pavilion
- Pool deck
- Outdoor lounge areas
- Outdoor dining
- Day beds
- Sun loungers & umbrellas
- Fire pits
- Croquet lawn
- Pool table
- Outdoor showers
- Return transfers from/to Sasakwa airstrip
- Full staff (private guide, private chef, house manager & house staff)
- All meals & beverages (excluding French Champagne)
- Private game drives in open game-viewing vehicles (one vehicle for up to 8 guests)
- Laundry service
- Telephone calls
- Mandatory Wildlife Fee ($59 per adult, per night/$34.50 per child, per night)
- Mandatory Tourism Development Levy - 1% of accommodation cost
- Transport to/from Singita Grumeti & Singita Lamai
- French Champagne
- Spa & massage treatments
- Babysitting services
- Activities & excursions
- Children’s activities
- Boutique purchases
- Early check-in/late check-out
Singita Serengeti House is located in the Serengeti National Park of Tanzania. This UNESCO World Heritage site covers over 14 thousand square kilometres of savannah, grassland plains, and forests.
Each year, more than a million animals go through the area during their migratory journey, meaning visitors have the opportunity to encounter big game and other iconic African animals including lions, cheetahs, leopards, elephants, black rhinos, giraffes, hippos, buffalos, wildebeest, crocodiles, and much more.
Daily game drives with an experienced guide are included, though there are a host of other activities to choose from. Visitors can enjoy hot air ballooning, anti-poaching and conservation tours, star gazing, guided bush walks, local community experiences, tailored children’s activities, and spa treatments to name but a few.
Tanzania’s climate is equatorial, so it is quite consistent, making it a year-round destination. The light rain season is from November to March, with very short rainfalls followed by sunshine. It’s much warmer from December to March and there are longer rainy periods in April and May.
Singita airstrip – 10 minutes’ drive
Arusha Airport-Singita – 1 hour’s flight
Kilimanjaro Airport-Singita – 1 hour, 15 minutes’ flight
Disclaimer: the location on the map may be approximate due to privacy reasons.