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Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania

Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania

The Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania is located in Siha District of Kilimanjaro, Tanzania.  The Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania is home to a wide variety of wildlife. Its a paradise for adventure seekers that are looking for LUXURY ecotourism lodge and wildlife sanctuary haven, placed 3 hours away from Arusha town, come experience curated ecosystem with over 3,000 hand-planted endemic flora that directly benefits the exquisite animals that reside within Serval Wildlife Sanctuary, whilst you enjoy the mesmerizing views of Mount Meru and Mount Kilimanjaro from the 4-star villas.

Visit to Serval Wildlife Sanctuary

Nature Bound Africa organizes day tours to Serval Wildlife Sanctuary, from Nairobi, Kenya, Arusha, Mombasa, Zanzibar or Dar es Salaam for this majestic experience, you will have one hour to spend with wildlife, feed, and petty them. the public rate for entry rate for this place is US $200 per person ( ).

The animal that can be found in Serval Wildlife.

The Sanctuary is currently home to a variety of different animals such as the Majestic African Lions, Calm Colobus Monkeys, Graceful Masai Giraffes, Nocturnal Bat-eared Foxes, Exquisite Elands, Oafish Ostriches, and Mischievous Blue & Vervet monkeys! Offering unforgettable direct interactions with a variety of free-roaming wild animals.

Four stars luxury accommodation

You can have a wonderful stay inside The Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania, they have luxury Villas (Chalet style) that are 120 square meters. Each Villa is for 2 adults and 2 kids and includes a king-size bed, a dining area, a full bathroom with double sinks, a dressing area, and an outdoor porch area. Accommodation in this place only full board inclusive, WIFI free mini bar free. The place is fully-solar powered facility so they don’t allow the use of hair dryers and similar high voltage hair styling tools and iron.

Four stars luxury accommodation

Planning your visit: (LOCATION)

The Serval Wildlife Sanctuary in Tanzania is located in the Siha District of Kilimanjaro with easily accessible roads for all car-types. 35-minute drive from Kilimanjaro International Airport, 60 minutes from Moshi town and approximately 90 minutes from Arusha City.

Astounding animals in Kenya

Astounding animals in Kenya

Kenya is dream safari territory and you will encounter astounding animals in Kenya safari adventure, where you can watch leopards slink through the tall grass, lions laze in the shade of acacia trees and huge elephant herds trundle across the wide-open dusty plains. The Big Five grab the headlines here, but take a closer look and you’ll find that there’s more to Kenya’s wildlife than its majestic beasts. We’ve rounded up some of our favourite lesser-known species to spot on a Kenya holiday.

Astounding animals in Kenya
Gerenuk

The gerenuk is one of Samburu’s special five. With its long neck, large ears and unique way of feeding on its hind legs, it’s like a giraffe-gazelle hybrid – in fact its name translates to ‘giraffe-necked’. The gerenuk joins the Somali ostrich, Grevy’s zebra, beisa oryx and reticulated giraffe to make up the special five. These dry country animals can be found in the arid reserves of Samburu and Meru in the north of Kenya – try and spot them all on our Samburu & Maasai Mara fly-in safari.

Astounding animals in Kenya

Lilac-breasted roller

We think that the lilac-breasted roller is Africa’s most beautiful bird. The Kenyan government is on our wavelength; this rainbow-coloured roller is the country’s national bird. You’ll first come across this little bird as a flash of colour as it flits between trees to scan for prey; zoom in your binoculars to see its pastel plumage and long narrow tail. The lilac-breasted roller is just one of Kenya’s spectacular birds; spot large species from marabou stork and the statuesque kori bustard (Africa’s largest native flying bird) to the gloriously-named superb starling. There’s great birding in many of Kenya’s National Parks. Amboseli has more than 400 bird species and is one of our favourite places to spot the rare Taita falcon.

Astounding animals in Kenya

Pangolin

These shy anteaters are scaly from tip to tail and roll themselves up into a ball when threatened; inquisitive lions can often end up playing pangolin football. Pangolins are solitary nocturnal creatures. They’re also the world’s most illegally trafficked animal. Like rhino horns, pangolin scales are mistakenly thought to have healing properties. Also like rhino horns, the scales are made from keratin – the same substance as our hair and nails. Pangolins are heavily protected and it’s rare to spot one, but they can be found in areas of western Kenya including the Maasai Mara.

Astounding animals in Kenya

Flamingo

From the air, some of Kenya’s lakes appear to have a bright pink border. It’s not an illusion – look closely and you’ll see that thousands of greater and lesser flamingos line the shores. Watching the birds take flight en masse is a magical sight. These hot-pink- feathered birds are flighty and they migrate between the lakes that have the most algae – hope to catch them at Lake Bogoria, which you can reach from Loldia House or Lake Elmenteita.

Flamingos

Rothschild’s giraffe

You can recognise the Rothschild’s giraffe by its long white socks – it’s the only giraffe species that has no patterning below the knee. This is one of Africa’s most endangered giraffes, but thanks to initiatives like the Giraffe Centre in Nairobi – which has successfully released giraffe into nearby National Parks – numbers are on the rise. At Giraffe Manor there’s even a resident herd of Rothschild’s giraffe that pop their heads into the breakfast room to start the day with you. The Giraffe Centre isn’t Nairobi’s only place for ethical wildlife experiences – we love the Sheldrick Wildlife Trust Nairobi Nursery, where rescued baby elephants are hand-raised and released into Tsavo National Park.

Rothschild's giraffe

Sea turtle

Away from the rolling plains, Kenya’s waters are surprisingly marine-rich. There’s great snorkelling and diving close to Mombasa, where marine parks up and down the coast include the Mombasa Marine Park. Among the psychedelic fish, seahorses and rainbow reefs, you can spot hawksbill turtles chomping around the coral and popping above the surface for air. Some hotels, like AfroChic, even have protected areas where you can see turtles nesting on the beach and watch as tiny turtle hatchlings make their way to the ocean for the first time.

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