Singita Sasakwa Lodge is built on a hilltop and is named after the village chief, Sasakwa, who used to call the hill home. The lodge overlooks the Serengeti plains and the expansive view is the focal point of the main lodge and all the private cottages.

The View from Singita Sasakwa Lodge in Tanzania

As you pull up to the Singita Sasakwa Lodge entrance, the best view in Africa acts as a backdrop to the foyer. It really is the most unbelievable, awe-inspiring setting and Singita Sasakwa Lodge successfully manages this grandeur, without ever being ostentatious.

At Singita Sasakwa everything – from the individual artworks, exceptional lodge specific décor, the people, the cuisine and the remarkable setting – combines to create an experience that touches your soul.

A private cottage at Singita Sasakwa Lodge.

When you visit Singita Sasakwa Lodge – and you see the Serengeti plains lying below you like a wilderness tapestry – something changes, something shifts.

View from the Sasakwa cottage private plunge pool. All cottages boast equally amazing plunge pools and views.

Sasakwa has an uncanny ability to put everything in perspective. Stress evaporates, smiles flow freely and you once again feel alive. There is a magic present, magic that acts as a reinvigorating energy that flows through every aspect of the experience.

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