Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge
Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge is situated in the Great Rift Valley of Kenya in the Lake Nakuru National Park, just two hours’ drive from the capital, Nairobi. The lodge nestles on an elevated plateau above Lake Nakuru, offering panoramic views of the lake, pink-rimmed by the huge flocks of flamingos. The lodge is beautifully landscaped with natural foliage, and ablaze with a variety of colourful flowers. It is set inconspicuously amid mature acacias, blending into the wooded landscape. The hotel is designed so that most rooms command good views across to the soda lake.
Sarova Hills Lion Hill Game Lodge is a unique African safari sanctuary catering to the most discerning of travellers.
Terms and Conditions
Offer is valid from the 11 January 2014 to the 19 December 2014
All proceeds will be donated to the Wilderness Foundation.
Rates and donations are quoted per person per night sharing.
All donations are: payable at the time of booking, non-refundable and irrespective of age.
The lodge has 67 well-appointed chalets, all en-suite and each with its own private patio. Seven pairs of rooms have interconnecting doors, making them ideal for family accommodation. The standard rooms are spacious and elegant, with a vantage point overlooking the lake and distant hills. There are two luxury suites and a honeymoon suite, comprising two bedrooms and a living room with fireplace, and an outside fire-pit for barbeques. The rooms are connected to the main lodge areas by raised wooden walkways.
The Lodge is an ornithologist’s delight, attracting over 50 species of birds from amongst the 400 species that inhabit the park. Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge is the best destination to view the astounding concentration of pink flamingos that spend the daylight hours filter feeding on the nutritious plankton in the shallow water at the edges of Lake Nakuru. Pelicans and marabou storks abound.
The National Park has rich concentrations of game including white and black colobus monkeys, the rare black rhino, leopard, lion, eland, Rothschild’s giraffe, buffalo and waterbuck. The park is also a renowned Rhino Sanctuary. The wide grassy flood-plain surrounding the lake is usually the best place to view large herds of game, while the shady euphorbia forests are perfect for leopard sighting.
- Child Friendly
- Conference Venue
- Game Drives
- Swimming Pool
- Wellness & Spa
- Day tours
- Walking safaris
- Game drives
• Children of all ages are welcome.
• Children aged between 2 and 12 pay 50% when sharing with two adults.
• Malaria occurs throughout Kenya, right through the year.
• Malaria prophylaxis is recommended for all travellers to Kenya.
• Inoculation against Hepatitis A and typhoid is also recommended.
• Please check the visa requirements before your visit.
• Currently South African passport holders do not require a visa.
• The roads in the park accommodate all vehicles making self-drives a relaxing and independent way of exploring these surroundings.
• Rates at the Lodge are quoted on a full board basis.