Lemala Nanyukie is situated just outside the Central Serengeti's renowned Seronera, an area famous for its big concentrations of lion, cheetah and leopard. In addition, the area lies in the path of the Wildebeest Migration between April and June, and then again from November to January.
Set in the picturesque Eastern section of the Serengeti National Park, the Lemala Nanyukie Lodge is a mix of affordability and exclusivity. The main camp itself sits on a grassy savannah that is strewn with rocky kopjes and shaded by the giant acacia trees.
Lemala Nanyukie promises well for travellers seeking deluxe accommodation in the fabulous Serengeti National Park. All safari activities from Nanyukie will be enjoyed in the presence of highly knowledgeable and experienced guides. This guarantees exciting sightings of the game!
Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge is beautifully situated, with the majority of rooms having a rare and remarkable view over the Serengeti sunset. With the Mara River only a half an hour game drive away, river crossings can be expected from mid-July to mid-November. During this season, drives are taken in modern Land Cruisers that have the security of the roof but are not closed-sided.
The Lodge does not have the understated style of more traditional camps but provides a comfortable experience for honeymooners for example - the size of rooms, bathrooms, infinity pools and G&T's admiring the sunset is the quintessence of luxury at an affordable price.
29 Oct 2019
Safari guide Frank Gabriel captured a huge herd of the wildebeest crossing the Makutano crossing point from Northern to Southern Serengeti. Makutano crossing point is close to the Kuria Hills Lodge.
Safari guide Frank Gabriel witnessed a massive herd crossing point no 0 moving towards the southern Serengeti again from Lamai Wedge.
Serengeti seclusion at Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge! Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge is perfectly positioned in the northern Serengeti’s Wogakurya Hills, in the path of passing wildebeest herds as they move to the Mara and back. The Mara River is the place to be, with river crossings proving to be the main attraction.
It is situated very close to the river's popular crossing points, yet tucked away from the busy roads - which means less passing vehicles and more privacy. You will also have access to additional river crossing points where there are less crowds and better viewing opportunities.
07 Oct 2019
Safari guide Frank Gabriel captured a very huge dropdown on the riverbanks of crossing point No2 from Northern to Southern Serengeti.
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