Serena Safari Lodge
An interpretation of a traditional Masai Manyatta village of
domed huts, Masai Mara Serena Lodge is set on the saddle of a
hill where it overlooks the 1800 sq km of rolling plain,
woodlands, and rivers that make up the Masai Mara Triangle - one
of the world’s richest wildlife sanctuaries.
Serena Safari Lodge has such a spectacular view of the
surrounding landscape or the game and bird life that inhabits
the Masai Mara. It is this very terrain stretching endlessly
before the lodge where the annual migration takes place, when
millions of wildebeest, zebra and gazelle traverse the landscape
to feed on the rich new grass and give birth to their young.
Mara Serena comprises of 74 rooms, with a swimming pool
ideally situated for those hot and balmy nights out in Africa.
Breakfasts, cocktail parties, and dinners on the terrace
overlooking a waterhole where big game comes to feed.. The main dining resembles and
enlarged Masai manyatta (village). Located in the main building
is the lounge and bar which serves both alcoholic and
non-alcoholic drinks. There is a large outdoor pool with lounge
chairs, tables and umbrellas.
The lodge’s restaurant overlooks the local watering hole, a
gathering place for animals. The menu features variations on
safari favorites, and traditional African classics. The
restaurant has its own bar. Breakfast can be served by the Hippo
Pool. The resort arranges bush barbecues and sundown cocktails
at the watering hole. Private picnics and lunch boxes are
available by reques.
There are two regularly scheduled game drives a day, in
six-person hatch-top Land Cruiser vehicles. There is a swimming
pool surrounded by stone terraces overlooking the grasslands.
There are cultural activities and nightly entertainment, and an
Africana gift shop.