Published on : Friday, March 3, 2017
With Easter falling in mid-April this year, the Serengeti National Park looks to welcome visitors during one of its greenest times of year, after the rainy season. To help families enjoy the thrill of an Easter safari adventure even more, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti has lined up a program of engaging events for an unforgettable family vacation.
From spotting big cats on game drive adventures to taking a dip in the pool just metres from the elephants, there is no end of activities for all ages to enjoy. At the Lodge, little ones can look forward to movie nights by the pool, wildlife treasure hunts and the chance to learn the skills of a Maasai warrior with spear throwing at the Maasai Olympics!
At a time when the early herds of the migration will be travelling northwards towards the Central Serengeti, guests may return from full day game drives to enjoy the perfect poolside sundowner, overlooking the active animal watering hole. On the culinary side, guests will be invited to learn how to make their own cocktail or mocktail in a mixology class with an expert bartender, or to unearth the secrets of African cuisine in a cooking class at Kula’s Restaurant.
The Discovery Centre provides the ideal place to continue with an animal education on return from safari and guests may choose from a number of wildlife documentaries to view. For those who seek relaxation, the signature Kifaa Massage at the Spa awaits, where a warmed wooden rungu stick is used to gently ease muscle tension in a soothing deep-tissue treatment.
Four Seasons Safari Lodge welcomes children as from age two and in addition to a choice of interconnecting rooms, suites and spacious villas, offers a dedicated Kijana Kids’ Club and babysitting services on request. To make a luxury safari booking, contact the Lodge’s On-Site Reservations Specialists.