Taita Hills Safari resort & Spa
Taita-Hills Safari resort & Spa is located in a private game sanctuary outside Tsavo West National Park, the sanctuary boasts of huge number of animals including elephants, lions, leopards and a horde of antelope species and other wild game. This safari lodge has spectacular views of Kasigau, Sagalla and Mwakingali Hills.
Located at the main entrance to the Sanctuary, Taita-Hills Safari resort & Spa is an inviting stone building of 60 spacious rooms and two suites, all with their own private viewing balcony.
The sanctuary is a 3-hour drive from Mombasa and a 6-hour drive from Nairobi on tarmac roads. Taita-Hills Safari Resort & Spa has two elaborate suites and 60 well-appointed resort rooms with stunning views of the lush gardens surrounding the lodge.
The beautiful free form swimming pool and some have exclusive views of the watering hole. Wi-Fi access is available throughout the lodge to capture and share those special moments.
It has a museum that displays some of the World War 1 memorabilia as part of the rich history of Taita Taveta County.
- Bura restaurant serving international and local cuisine and bar & lounge
- Coffee & Tea maker/complementary cookie jar in each room
- Rooms are overlooking the pool or garden
- Rooms have single, doubles and triples beds
- Lit wardrobes, Reading table , Fan ,Do not disturb sign
- Hair dryer available on request at the reception
- Bathroom lights, morrow, shower head and a bathtub
- Rooms have digital safe deposit
More About Taita-Hills Safari Resort & Spa location
The sanctuary is the Group’s third brand “ Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary “ christened “ The Heart Of Tsavo. The 28,000 acres or 110SqKM private sanctuary is home to Big Four of Lions, Elephants, Buffaloes & Leopard.
large herds of Elephants call this sanctuary home and It is not uncommon to see 500 herds on a daily basis coming to drink water at dedicated points.
Over 1000 buffaloes are residents while the sanctuary also boasts of a pride of lions and resident leopards. The rich birdlife makes this sanctuary such a bird watcher paradise.
A serious reforestation project is currently being undertaken to restore biodiversity. We are also happy to report that close to 200KM of sanctuary roads have been rehabilitated.
The sanctuary is driven by four themes namely Explore: Discover: Experience: Conserve