Starting from $85

Lions Bluff Lodge

Tsavo West

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Overview

Secluded and exclusive, Lions Bluff Lodge is suspended above an ancient elephant migratory corridor, with stunning panoramic views extending across the Lumo Community Sanctuary and the Tsavo West eco-system to the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro.

 

Lions Bluff Lodge has three types of rooms all taking advantage of the incredible vista stretching over the grass plains of the Lumo Conservancy.

 

Eleven of the rooms are built out from the hill on wooden stilts,with wooden floors, canvas walls and traditional coconut palm thatch roofs, one is built in the same style but with ferrous cement walls and private canvas walled verandah.

 

Two of the rooms are combined into a two-level family suite while the others have either double or twin beds. T

 

The four-poster beds made out of tree trunks come with mosquito nets for your protection and cool cotton sheets ensure you have a good night’s sleep on your comfy tour of south-eastern Kenya with Evacay Africa

 

The most recent addition is a traditional stone walled cottage with two bedrooms whose exterior walls are painted with the red soils of Tsavo, the interior rooms have high ceilings to keep the room cool and a shared long veranda with a coconut palm thatch roof

 

Stay in a small, unique lodge of sustainable timber, canvas and traditional coconut thatch. For those that prefer the lodge also has a charming two room cottage built with local stone and decorated with the same red soils as Tsavo’s “red Elephant”

 

Sleep in a hand-made four poster bed in crisp cotton sheets and awake to Africa’s incredible sunrise ready to enjoy a game drive or bush walk before a hearty breakfast ..perhaps in the bush.. and you have begun to conjure up the magic that is Lions Bluff.

 

Guests vacationing in this part of East Africa will be delighted with the unassuming rustic appeal of the lodge that is constructed almost entirely out of canvas, tree trunks and branches along with coconut thatch for the roofs.

 

The main lounge-cum-dining room has a wide wooden deck overlooking a lesser watering hole where you can spend time watching terrestrial wildlife coming to drink.

 

You can also spend your evenings watching spectacular sunsets while sipping cool drinks from the bar