Shimba Hills National Reserve Accommodation
Shimba Hills Lodge
Shimba Hills Tree Lodge rises up through the trees and creepers, with aerial plant life, birds, butterflies and humans all sharing the deep forest glade.
The 30 standard rooms over three stories come with balcony vantage points and from bars and observation platforms you have views across the small, dammed lake to thick forest - black and white Colobus monkeys and elephants are often seen. For the very fortunate, the Leopard will make a rare appearance.
The dining room is a covered veranda from where you can enjoy your tea or dinner in the open air overlooking the floodlit waterhole while little Bush babies feed on fruit laid out on special viewing platforms.
The best feature is the tree-level wooden walkway, which extends from one end of the lodge to a platform high above the ground near a small clearing that allows for the unobtrusive viewing of birds, butterflies, warthogs, forest antelope and monkeys galore.