Is the Speke Bay Lodge for Me?
Speke Bay Lodge is the ideal spot to unwind after a long safari in the Serengeti. Enjoy the gentle wind and the breathtaking views of the massive lake, which resembles an inland sea.
The Dutch owners spend most of their time at the lodge and take personal care of their guests. Their primary focus is on environmental sustainability, as well as collaboration with the local community, of which the lodge is a part.
Speke Bay Lodge is situated on the shores of Lake Victoria, the largest lake in Africa. From the lodge, it is only 15 km to the Ndabaka Gate, the entrance gate to the famous Serengeti National Park.
The whitewashed main buildings and round-shaped guest cottages are located directly on the lakeshore and are encircled by a huge garden. The resort is well-known for providing exceptional service. Individual preferences are always accepted in the restaurant, which serves a blend of foreign and local food as well as fresh fish. The resort also has a well-stocked bar and a small store.
Bungalows: Eight spacious en-suite bungalows with a sleeping room, a lounge, and a private veranda are created and decorated in the Sukuma people’s traditional African manner. All private verandas overlook the lake.
Tents: Speke Bay Lodge offers 12 Meru-style tents with big thatched roofs for lodging. The equipment is poor, but community restrooms are nearby.