The Mbalageti Serengeti Lodge is located in the Western corridor of the Serengeti National Park, at the Mwamyeni hill and offers a breathtaking panoramic view of the Serengeti plains and the Mbalageti River. Entering from the Mwanza-Musoma highway, through the Ndabaka gate (1.5hrs) or from Naabi gate from Arusha side (3 hrs); the drive is a unique wilderness experience.
Serengeti National Park is the largest and most famous national park in Tanzania. One of the main attractions is the annual migration of the wildebeests and its large number of lions, cheetahs and herds of giraffes and zebras.
Accommodation and Meals
The Mbalageti Serengeti luxurous lodge consists of 26 luxury tented chalets and exclusive tented suites spread out to ensure privacy and exclusivity. Sunset or sunrise, each side of the hill accommodates 12 of the 24 luxury tented chalets. Each has full en-suite bathroom and a private veranda from which you can enjoy the panoramic views of the Serengeti plains and the Mbalageti River – after which the camp is named.
The design is modern and incorporating local materials from the area combined with comfort and luxury. The thatched roof on the verandah is working as an extension to your bedroom in the wild and the chalets are all furnished and finished with attention to the smallest detail.
The lodge restaurant offers cuisine with both local and international influences and serves themed lived cooked dinners, al la carte lunches and breakfast buffet.
In the bar area and on the lounge loft the guests can relax with games, magazines and books. For the creative traveler an aisle with water paint is provided.
The camp also offers bush breakfast, nature walks in the surrounding landscape, sun downers and dinner in the bush. Internet services is provided.
- Mbalageti is one of the few lodges in the Serengeti that has a small spa area offering massages.
- Location is ideal if the wildebeest migration is in this area.
- The large restaurant, bar and pool area are located high up on the edge of the hill offering 360 degrees views of the Serengeti.