A safari – a word borrowed from the Swahili for "journey" – is the perfect first adventure along your life's new path as a married couple. Here at Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, blissfully away from all everyday distractions, you can focus on making once-in-a-lifetime memories together: a hot-air balloon safari, a private game drive, even watching a family of elephants from our infinity-edge pool. We'll help you craft a personalized itinerary.
- Atmospheric Accomodations
Our rooms, suites and villas feature local textiles and artwork, four-poster beds, and sundecks that let you take in our wild surroundings while enjoying your own creature comforts.Details
- Private Game Drive
Migrating wildebeest, majestic lions, hippos taking a river dip – what will you spot on a game drive just for two into the bush surrounding our Lodge?
- Spa Times Two
Take time together in our Spa sanctuary. Try a Burudika – Swahili for "relaxing" – couple's massage, or a Kifalme ("royal") ritual that incorporates fruit from the baobab, Africa's "tree of life."Details
- Dinner Oasis
Savour a four-course menu – and a glorious Serengeti sunset – during a private, lantern-lit dinner on our picturesque pool island.
Soar over the Serengeti at sunrise to watch the landscape awaken from a bird's-eye view. Follow with a romantic Champagne breakfast in the bush. We'll arrange each detail of your adventure.
Set off together, in the company of our resident naturalist, to discover the small details of the Serengeti that most visitors never see. Resident insects, flora and animal tracks come to life as you walk, look and learn at ground level. Toast your discoveries with cocktails beneath the savannah sky.
A Maasai guide and yogi will accompany the two of you on a short hike to the top of our sunset kopje. There you'll relax and refocus with a private couple's meditation class, as the setting sun paints the sky around you in pinks and golds.
Let us arrange a yoga class just for the two of you, tailored to any level. There's no better backdrop for your lion pose than the Serengeti plains stretched out as far as the eye can see.