Lobo Wildlife Lodge, in Serengeti national park, Tanzania
The Serengeti is the largest and best known of Tanzania’s National Parks, covers an area of over 14,500sq km (5,600sq miles). Its northern boundary abuts Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve, whilst its western extension known as the `corridor’ reaches to within 8km (5 miles) of Lake Victoria. In this world-famous wildlife sanctuary there still exists the greatest and most spectacular concentration of game animals found anywhere in the world …more about the Serengeti National Park
Lobo Wildlife lodge is built entirely of wood and glass amid the rough and ragged contours of an enormous rocky headland to the north of Serengeti, and blends perfectly with its surroundings. The lodge offers 75 rooms with private bathroom, and a restaurant. The airstrip is 10 minutes drive from the Lodge. Lobo is an ideal location to witness the woodland ecosystem.