The Shimba Hill tree lodge was built in 1986. The Lodge is located in the forest of Shimba National Reserve,
Kenya’s last remaining habitat of the rare Sable Antelope.
The Shimba Hill Lodge is situated in the shadow of old and big trees and it is just 45 minutes drive from the hot city
Mombasa and just 30 minutes from the South coast and the Diani beach resorts.
The lodge overlooks a waterhole and is a bird and animal watcher’s paradise. Next to the Lodge you can even spot Black and White
Colobus Monkeys, Elephants, Bushbock and big Monitor Lizards! In the allways green hills of the national park you can spot
Giraffes, Impalas, Warthogs and the last and Sable Antelope. If you are realy lucky, there is a chance to see a leopard
in the evening! Bey day the lodge is sourounded from Red Squirle and other little game and every evening lovley Bushbabys are
coming to meet the guest!
A wooden walkway in the treetops height 120 meter leads into the forest! From here you can spot African Sea Eagle, hornbills
and other birds.
All rooms have balconies overlooking the waterhole. The lodge also boasts a restaurant on a covered verandah, frequented by
Bush Babies and Red Bush Squirrel!
The Shimba Hill Lodge are located very close to the wild animals. For this reason, children under the age of 5 are not allowed
in these lodge!