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2023 Resident Rates
|Park View Rooms||Per Person Sharing (PPS)||Single Occupancy||Triple Occupancy|
|1st Feb to 30th March 2023||Ksh. 8,640/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 12,960/- PP/Night||Ksh. 7,566/- PPS/Night|
|1st to 6th April 2023||Ksh. 7,760/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 11,520/- PP/Night||Ksh. 9,312/- PPS/Night|
|7th to 10th April 2022||Ksh. 11,040/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 16,560/- PP/Night||Ksh. 9,667/- PPS/Night|
|11th April to 30th June 2023||Ksh. 7,760/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 11,520/- PP/Night||Ksh. 9,312/- PPS/Night|
|1st July- 22nd Dec 2023||Ksh. 8,640/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 12,960/- PP/Night||Ksh. 7,566/- PPS/Night|
|23rd Dec 2022- 2nd Jan 2024||Ksh. 12,480/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 18,720/- PP/Night||Ksh. 10,816/- PPS/Night|
|Waterhole View Rooms||Per Person Sharing (PPS)||Single Occupancy||Triple Occupancy|
|1st Feb to 30th March 2023||Ksh. 9,700/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 15,035/- PP/Night||Ksh. 8,212/- PPS/Night|
|1st to 6th April 2023||Ksh. 8,730/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 13,968/- PP/Night||Ksh. 7,372/- PPS/Night|
|7th to 10th April 2022||Ksh. 12,000/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 18,480/- PP/Night||Ksh. 10,314/- PPS/Night|
|11th April to 30th June 2023||Ksh. 8,730/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 13,968/- PP/Night||Ksh. 7,372/- PPS/Night|
|1st July- 22nd Dec 2023||Ksh. 9,700/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 15,035/- PP/Night||Ksh. 8,212/- PPS/Night|
|23rd Dec 2022- 2nd Jan 2024||Ksh. 13,440/- PPS/Night||Ksh. 20,640/- PP/Night||Ksh. 11,575/- PPS/Night|
Terms Applicable for this Offer;
- Accommodation on a Full Board Basis Per Night Inclusive of one soft drink during dinner & lunch.
- Complimentary All day drinking water
- All Day Waterhole View Where The Magic Never Ends! @Salt Lick Safari Lodge
- Enjoy a Free Heritage Tour of World War 1 at The Taita Hills Museum
- E.A Residents/Citizens Sanctuary Entry Fees to Apply @Kes. 500 per Adult per day / Kes. 250 per Child per day
Child Policy to Apply :
- For Child Safety, children below 5yrs old are not allowed at Salt Lick Safari Lodge
- Children age 5 yrs to 11.99 yrs sharing with 1 or two adults – 50% of the adult sharing (half twin) rate per child
- Maximum three guests per room
- Children age 5 yrs to 11.99 yrs in their own room (minimum 2, maximum 3) – 75% of the adult sharing (half twin) rate per child
- If children are younger than 12 yrs, they should share rooms next to parents/adults (subject to availability)
Overview of Salt Lick Game Lodge
For decades Salt Lick Safari Lodge has been one of Kenya’s flagship lodges, famed for being among the World’s Most Photographed Lodges. A favorite amongst travelers in search of luxury accommodation, Salt Lick Safari Lodge is a luxurious safari escape set in the heart of the Taita Hills Wildlife Sanctuary overlooking a waterhole and the vast Tsavo plains.
Salt Lick Safari Lodge’s charm is evident from the outset. Here you will savor uncompromising high standards of service, efficiency, and personalized attention.
The neighboring Taita Hills Safari Resort & Spa has a museum that displays some of the World War 1 memorabilia as part of the rich history of Taita Taveta County.
Salt Lick Safari Lodge’s spacious, well-appointed double rooms are all ensuite and give you a chance to enjoy breath-taking views of wildlife from the comfort of your room. To add to the charm and intimacy, the soft, fine linen, huge beds, and thick white towels quietly whisper romance. All bedrooms have mosquito netting and a ceiling fan. In addition, each room is equipped with an electric current: 220 volts, 50 cycles AC, shaver outlets 110/220 volts, 50 cycles AC. Salt Lick Safari Lodge offers luxurious accommodation and facilities and is the perfect place in an unforgettable setting to explore the surrounding natural environment.
- Rooms have single and double beds
- Bedside light switch/Reading lights
- Rooms have digital safe deposit
- Coffee & Tea maker/complementary cookie jar in each room
- Lit wardrobes, Reading table, Fan, Do not disturb sign
- Hairdryer available on request at the reception
- Luxuriously furnished and equipped rooms
- Bathroom lights, morrow and showerhead
- Rooms are overlooking the water hole
Early morning and late afternoon game drive around Salt Lick Safari Lodge provide an ideal opportunity to view and photograph the diverse array of wildlife within the Sanctuary. The waterholes below provide a wonderful opportunity to view animals close to their natural habitat. The lobby and terrace bar offers excellent views and photographic opportunities, while an underground tunnel and bunker with ground-level windows provide unbelievably close yet safe access to a variety of animals as they drink.
Night Game Drives
Night game drives provide guests with an opportunity of seeing animals not usually encountered on a daytime game drive such as spotted and striped hyena, mongoose, jackal, civet, genet, porcupine, and bush baby. Salt Lick Safari Lodge has highly trained rangers equipped with powerful spotlights to take guests on this experience of a different world after dark, when you may have the thrilling opportunity to see a predator actively hunting. Most predators are more active at night so night drives also provide the opportunity of experiencing the ‘Circle of Life. The lobby and terrace bar offers excellent views and photographic opportunities, while an underground tunnel and bunker with ground-level windows provide unbelievably close, yet safe, access to a variety of animals as they drink water.
An informative wildlife presentation in the evening by a qualified ecologist/ranger is arranged on request.
Salt Lick Tunnel/Special Water Hole
These enhance the guest experience at the lodge as it brings our guests up close to observing megaherbivores looking to quench their thirst. The experience is more rewarding during dry spells/seasons as large groups of elephants, buffaloes, zebras, and various antelopes (sometimes trailed by big cats) come for scarce water which is provided for by a well-positioned water hole supplied by a borehole dedicated for wildlife.
Traditional Music & Dance
A local trio of musicians plays traditional music during dinner. This is followed by authentic Taita dancers performing in the Lobby, with additional musicians and where your active participation is genuinely encouraged.
A beautiful free-form swimming pool is open all day at the sister property Taita Hills Safari Resort & Spa located nearby.
There is a wide selection of souvenirs available at the Taita Hills Safari Resort & Spa gift shop located in the lobby area of the lodge.
The program aims at habitat restoration which will eventually improve the ecological health of the sanctuary after the original vegetation had been degraded by bush fires, overgrazing by megaherbivores, droughts due to climate change, etc. The reforestation project was first established in 2010 as a pilot project which covers 35 trees per 0.5 sq. km. So far more than 10,000 indigenous trees have been planted and are thriving.
Day out with a ranger
The Sanctuary boasts fifteen knowledgeable rangers with diverse experience. They are well versed in birding, bushcraft, indigenous knowledge, and flora/fauna identification. A ranger will explain and guide guests on conservation and natural history
There are four bush activity venues within the sanctuary and all have basic toilet amenities and have magnificent views of the Taita Hills, sanctuary, adjacent Tsavo plains, and of course Mt. Kilimanjaro (during clear weather days). As part of Salt Lick Safari Lodge enhanced experience, these sites can be used for either bush breakfast, sundowner, or bush dinner depending on the taste and size of the group involved