Travel to Taasa Private Reserve to learn about the culture and wildlife in this slice of Tanzania. This elegant safari lodge sits on the northern edge of the Serengeti and provides guests with a fully-immersive experience.
Guests of the Taasa Private Reserve will love living the surreal safari experience. Retreat to your spacious private tent adorned with modern comforts and African accents. The superb view is hard to resist from your private verandah overlooking the Lobo Valley. Unwind in the cozy sitting area decked out with a writing desk, or take a snooze on the bed decorated with traditional Maasai beadwork. Soak in the deep tub or freshen up in the shower and wrap yourself in a sumptuous robe.
Cozy and comfortable, the Main Lodge is the place to gather with fellow guests after a day on safari. Timber floors and beams meet with large windows. Delicious breakfast, lunches, and dinners are served up in the dining room. Grab a glass of wine and get cozy atop a leather settee in front of the large fireplace, or pop outdoors to sit around the fire pit and nibble on hors d’oeuvres. A classic African meal can also be savored under the stars.
Cool off in the infinity pool that extends towards the endless views beyond Taasa Private Reserve. Surrounded by lush gardens and loungers, this is a prime daytime spot for relaxing between activities.
During the great migration you will set your sights on giant herds of wildebeests and zebras. Wildebeests hesitate at riverbanks and then jump across with hundreds of others following suit as a leopard surveys the scene perched on a thick tree branch. Year-round a parade of lions prowl, and then there’s the cheetahs, giraffes, gazelles, rhinos, elephants, and hyenas. Count the number of glowing eyes you see on a night drive into the wilderness while the stars twinkle above.
Over 1,000 birds reside in Tanzania and bird watchers will want to flock here to find them in the forests, acacia bush, and rocky outcrops where they nest. Trained guides will help you discover creatures large and small, pointing out dung beetles hard at work or deep blue and red lizards defying gravity by skittering up trees.
Meet with the local tribes who enthusiastically greet visitors and show them their customs and way of life. Children will enjoy herding sheep or seeing how the Maasai build homes. Guests can purchase beautiful beadwork created by the local women. Each color represents different values like bravery and strength, a testament to life in the Serengeti.Request Information