Sanctuary Saadani Safari Lodge is located on the southern border of Saadani National Park in Tanzania. At this luxurious destination guests are able to enjoy the glory of East African wildlife, as well as the splendour of the Indian Ocean.
The sumptuous accommodation at the safari lodge consists of five Maridadi suites, nine Classic Banda suites and one Siri Suite. Each suite opens onto the beach and have verandas overlooking the Saadani National Park.
The Maridadi Suites are raised on stilts and surrounded by indigenous flora. The roofs are covered in thatching and floors are made from teak wood. Three of the colonial-style Banda Suites feature king-size beds, while the remaining three are twin rooms. The Bandas also each have private Makuti-shaded deck areas on the beach, complete with sunbeds. The exclusive Siri Suite is set apart from the other suites. It features a private bar and pool, as well as a private dining area.
Saadani Safari Lodge offers myriad ways to explore the local wildlife such as river and walking safaris, as well as traditional guided game drives. Additional activities include picnics on the beach, bird walks, snorkelling and tours to the local villages or interacting with the Maasai Community. All these activities are included.
The incredible combination of beach and bush in one location is rare. Saandani offers this incredible experience, inviting guests to be on the lookout for a diversity of wild animals including various antelope species, zebras, giraffes, buffalos, elephants, lions and leopards, while the ocean offers sightings of dolphins, green turtles, humpback whales and various types of fish.
The lodge will pamper you in style, while ensuring you have the best holiday in Africa. The beachfront restaurant serving freshly-caught seafood will provide extra local flavour to the experience. Meals are also offered in the bush and on the beach. With the pampered luxury, incredible wildlife and the refreshing spray of the sea there is no doubt that Saadani Safari Lodge offers a unique safari experience in Tanzania.