Lobo Wildlife Lodge
First constructed in 1968, the large Lobo Wildlife Lodge was until recently run by the government, and its old-fashioned, stone structure still remains largely unchanged despite new management. One of just a few lodges in the Serengeti National Park to have really excellent views, this Wildlife Lodge is built in and around the distinctive Lobo Kopje, a large hill of rounded granite boulders which rises from undulating plains of the northern Serengeti.
Our view of Lobo Wildlife Lodge
Being raised above the surrounding plains may make Lobo rather windswept but it’s always spectacular. If you want a good-value base in the north of the Serengeti, and can tolerate run-of-the-mill food and uninspiring accommodation, then Lobo delivers – just make sure you come for the wildlife and scenery; not the luxury. Note that there are several viewpoints with particularly good views of the sunrise and sunset.
Lobo Wildlife Lodge: Traveller ratings
Lobo Wildlife Lodge has been built into the volcanic rocks of the northern plains