Revel in nature and absolute luxury with the Four Seasons Serengeti exclusive private villa experience


Nature has got a chance to reboot these past few months when the wayward human was caged at home. Take a look outside and you will find your environment cleaner, and nature looking its finest. Imagine the beauty of one of the world’s most popular national parks after this sabbatical that’s located in the heart of Africa. The Serengeti national park, undoubtedly one of the best places on Earth is fully reopening on September 1 and that’s incredibly exciting news but what’s even more delightful to know is, Four Seasons Serengeti is introducing a new ultra-exclusive experience in one of its five opulent private villas a month ahead of its official reopening. Four Seasons Serengeti has five free-standing villas that offer unsurpassable views of the Serengeti plains. Staying in one of the best accommodations isn’t the only plus as guests will experience the thrill of a Serengeti safari with utmost privacy, something that’s never been done before. This also makes guests feel safer as COVID-19 pandemic is still prevalent in many parts of the world and Serengeti is quieter now than it has been in decades, making it the perfect time to go as soon as it is safe to do so. Five fabulous free-standing pool villas (two one-bed villas, two two-bed villas, and the three-bedroom Presidential Villa) are available in the offer that also includes 24-hour butler service, personalized dining, and a dedicated game driver.


One look at these lavish villas and you know you’re going to be enjoying the best of wilderness and opulence together. The Four Seasons Serengeti Private Villa experience is doused in splendor and subject to a four-night minimum. You will crave coming back to your majestic pied-à-terre but Four Seasons Serengeti offers a wide range of experiences that you can’t afford to miss. The days begin with excitement guests indulge in short morning game drive into the Central Serengeti to spot big cats along the banks of the Seronera River, to a full day of adventure to the Moru Kopjes or Ngorongoro Crater, where more elusive sightings of the rarely-spotted black rhino are possible. Rates start from $4,500 per night, inclusive of all meals and beverages, throughout August 2020.

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