Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge

Details

Details of Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge

ROOMS:96

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge has 96 unique rooms, all elevated on stilts and built across two levels, with ensuite bathrooms with permanent showers and WC, and running hot and cold water.

They can accommodate you in these rooms at three levels with double, twin or triple beds depending on your preferred occupancy.

  • well-appointed double rooms are all:
  • en suite
  • breathtaking views of wildlife from the comfort of your room.
  • the soft, fine linen,
  • huge beds and thick white towels quietly whisper romance.

All bedrooms have:

  • mosquito netting
  • ceiling fan
  • AC,
  • shaver outlets 110/220 volts,

CHILDREN:Due to the unique layout of the lodge, it is not suitable for children below 8 years.

Short Overview

Sarova Salt Lick Game Lodge is located in the heart of the private Taita Hills Sanctuary, bordering Tsavo West National Park in south-eastern Kenya.

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