Lobo Wildlife Lodge is part of a larger chain of hotels found around the National Parks in northern Tanzania which were built for the middle budget market. These lodges have also been refurbished in the last year, giving them all a fresh look.
One great aspect of these lodges is location. Because the Tanzanian government once
owned these lodges, it had power to put them in the best locations around each of the National Parks. Lobo Wildlife Lodge is perfectly located in the north Serengeti, as it sits within the very area that the migratory herd moves through each year, as they head toward the Masai Mara in Kenya. It is strategically built into an enormous volcanic rock outcrop and its elevated position means that the migration can even be viewed from the pool!
The lodge has 75 comfortable guest rooms, each with a great view and en-suite bathroom. Guests have a choice between double, twin or interconnecting rooms for families.
When staying at Lobo Wildlife Lodge, guests will enjoy the great communal areas, bars and dining rooms where international and local foods/drinks are served. Meals are included in the package, however drinks are not.