SAROVA LION LODGE

The Sarova Lion Hill Lodge is located in the heart of the Great African Rift Valley, on the shores of Lake Nakuru, one of East Africa's most famous soda lakes. The lodge setting, overlooking the lake, offers a unique vantage point.Lake Nakuru is also a sanctuary to the greatly endangered Black Rhino. Colobus monkeys keep you busy with their mind

games, and the park is home to plenty of other game including Zebras and waterbucks. Nowhere else will you get a photo of a rhino backed by a mirage of soft pink flamingos sifting food from the shimmering soda lake. It's a spectacle to behold!

Sarova Lion Hill Lodge is 160kms from Nairobi approximately a two hours drive or 30 minutes by air followed by a 30 minute transfer to lodge.

Accommodation

There are 64 superbly appointed chalets with all bedrooms having verandas with panoramic views of the flamingo pink-rimmed lake. They offer a private toilet and shower, mosquito nets and electricity.

Flamingo Restaurant serves meals on the ground floor and also a patio is available at the pool. A buffet is served for lunch while dinner is table d'hote with a seating capacity of 200 people. Rift Valley Bar on the ground floor overlooks the lake, and is open from 7.00 am. to 11.00 pm every day. The lodge restaurant and bar open onto a large viewing deck with panoramic views.

Activities

The lodge has a swimming pool, sauna, laundry service, and curio and gift shop. For conferences, Baraza Room on the ground floor is just perfect; it is large airy room designed in earth colors and adjacent to a separate lounge. Audio-visual equipment and secretarial assistance is available. The capacity is 80 in theatre, 150 in cocktail and 40 in seminar styles respectively.

Boasting over 450 bird species, Lake Nakuru Park sets the stage for a definitely incredible time at Sarova Lion Hill Game Lodge. Marvel at the serenity of the wild atop Baboon cliff as you sample the best cocktail blends, or dine under the acacia trees with an amazing view of the pink rimmed lake.

A major feature of this park is the bird life, particularly the thousands of flamingos. A rhino sanctuary also provides the opportunity to see the greatly endangered black rhino.