The Salt Lick Lodge is a unique lodge built atop stilts overlooking a waterhole. It is linked by suspended walkways under which elephants potter. Its name is taken from its setting - a natural salt lick which was a congregating place for the neighborhood's salt-hungry residents.
Saltlick Lodge is situated in the midst of the Taita Hills Sanctuary, a private wildlife conservancy of 28,000 acres at the foot of the Taita Hills bordering Tsavo West National Park, one of the world’s largest game reserves.
This lodge has 96 guest rooms, and has recently expanded its bar, restaurant and public areas. Guest rooms have views of the waterholes and game sanctuary, and are equipped with modern
Salt Lick Lodge Activities
- Early morning and afternoon game drives
- Night Game Drives
- Nature walks
- Excursions to nearby World War 2 sites