Lodging Type: Lodge
Dining: A la carte, Full board, Buffet
Safari: Local Village Visits, Self-drive Game Drive
Adventure activites: Hiking, Mountain Climbing
Facilities: Child / Family Oriented, Child - Activities, Internet, Swimming Pool, Campsite
Eco & Green: Community Development Projects
Sagala Lodge is in Sagala Game Sanctuary, a 5000-acre private sanctuary bordering Tsavo East National Park.
There are 24 en-suite bandas in lush gardens. The bandas are double or twin, and have spacious verandas. The restaurant serves international cuisine; breakfast is buffet, lunch and dinner are a la carte. The bar has a selection of soft drinks, beers and spirits. The lodge also has a swimming pool, campsite, a conference room that seats 100 pax and a gift shop selling local souvenirs and safari essentials. The rooftop terrace has lovely views and can be used for informal meetings.
Safari vehicles can be rented at the lodge, reservations advisable, or guests can use their own vehicles. Game drives can cover the sanctuary as well as both Tsavo East and Tsavo West National Parks. Other activities include bird watching, bush trekking, motorbike safaris and climbing Mt Kilimanjaro. Local highlights include the world’s largest baobab tree and the Tsavo River Railway Station, made famous by the man eaters of Tsavo, the true story of man eating lions immortalised by the film the Ghost and the Darkness. Cultural visits to local villages can be arranged. Sagala Hill, famed for the magic rock, caves, traditional prophets, myths and superstitions, offers lovely walks and attractive sundowner spots.