Tsavo West National Park

Ngulia Safari Lodge

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rhino view pool bar

Ngulia Safari Lodge

the restaurant

Ngulia Safari Lodge

the mature gardens

Ngulia Safari Lodge

Ngulia Safari Lodge sits regally atop the Ndawe Escarpment amid the Ngulia Hills.

From this lofty vantage point, the lodge offers breathtaking panoramic vistas across Tsavo’s world-famous plains and, equally acclaimed, the world’s largest sanctuary for the endangered black rhinoceros (Dicerus bicornis).  

The balcony overlooks a water-hole that attracts wildlife of all kinds. The lodge is 260 km (162 mi) from Nairobi via the park’s Mtito Andei Gate.

There are 52 en-suite rooms and each has a balcony with excellent views. Currently these rooms are being gradually enhanced by a rolling upgrade programme.

You will enjoy dining in the open-air style restaurant and snacks are available from the bars.

The restaurant, bars and swimming pool are all situated to make the most of the wonderful views across the plains to the far distant horizon. You can glimpse views of the snow-capped summit of Mount Kilimanjaro over the border in neighbouring Tanzania.

Carefully positioned lighting enables guests to watch wildlife visiting the water-hole after dark. Occasionally, you may be treated to the sight of a leopard among these nocturnal visitors.

Ngulia Safari Lodge is a particular favourite venue of the bird-watching fraternity because, during the period from October to December, it is one of the best places from which to observe many species of birds on their annual migration.

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the escarpment setting

Ngulia Safari Lodge

a view of the Ngulia Hills

Ngulia Safari Lodge

the leopard cocktail bar

Ngulia Safari Lodge