Ngulia Safari Lodge
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Ngulia Safari Lodge; Ngulia Safari Lodge is located in Tsavo West National Park which a home to a big host of wild animals. Ngulia Safari Lodge can be accessed from Nairobi (260 km away), through Mtito Andei Gate or from Mombasa (250km away) through Tsavo River Gate. Ngulia Safari Lodge is perched on the Ndawe Escarpment just below Ngulia Hills, overlooking the Rhino Sanctuary surrounded by Scenic Hills. Ngulia Safari Lodge is situated spectacularly atop on the edge of the Ndewe Escarpment, offering a vast panorama of Tsavo's sweeping plains. Ngulia Safari Lodge overlooks the famous rhino protected reserve, which is the largest in the world, hence guaranteeing encounter with this rare African animal. The lodge is an ideal base from which to explore Tsavo, one of the world's largest national parks, boasting more than sixty mammal species within its borders. Ngulia Safari Lodge has fifty two rooms, all with a bath and shower and a balcony facing the vast wilderness; a swimming pool, a strategically located restaurant, two bars and a viewing bay for the wildlife; it is built in a lusher sector of Tsavo to blend with the natural surrounding flora. When in the heat, guests can swim in the lodge's pool. You can take a drive to Mzima Springs. Here, the special viewing facility allows the observer to view hippo wallowing with surprising grace from below the water line. After the dark, the water hole by Ngulia Safari Lodge is floodlit allowing guests to see the nocturnal animals coming in from the bush to quench their thirst including the illusive leopard. Here the guests have a rare chance of coming close to the leopard in its natural environment as it comes for the baited meat at the floodlit viewpoint, thus making Ngulia Safari Lodge synonymous with leopard viewing. Ngulia Safari Lodge however is more internationally renowned as a haven for bird lovers whose coverage at the establishment every year between October and December to "ring "migrating birds escaping the harsh winter conditions of the northern hemisphere. It is the only place where this activity takes place in Kenya. The serene African natural surroundings, hills and valleys, the dark starry nights, the myriad night-sound of insects and other wildlife, the sense of comfort in the lodge, amidst of all these factors - this is a dream made true.

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