Situated on a private concession on the edge of the famous Serengeti, Taasa Lodge provides luxury accommodations and quiet game drives away from the big crowds.
There are twelve elegant spacious canvas tented suites to choose from. Each suite is furnished with a large king or two twin beds on a raised sleeping area for better views through the expansive windows lining the front of the room. Each tent includes a cozy lounge with a large sectional couch which converts to a bed. The en suite bathroom features a stone shower, double vanity, flush toilets, a hairdryer, and plush robes. The best views of the majestic Lobo Valley are enjoyed from each tent’s private veranda.
The lodge is located on a private concession just three miles from the Kleins Gate of the Serengeti. The Serengeti’s endless plains encompasses nearly 10,000 square miles. Innumerable gazelle, zebra, and buffalo graze the grasslands along with notable numbers of elephant and giraffe. At the height of the seasonal migrations, over one million wildebeest are on the move, joined by hundreds of thousands of zebra and gazelle. Not far behind the herds are the predators, most notably lion but also including leopard, cheetah, jackal, hyena, and aardwolf. Generally, around October to December the herds descend from the northern hills following the rains. Sometime from April to June they begin their return trek northward, crossing the crocodile-infested Mara River between July and September.