Grumeti Reserves is located adjacent to the Western Corridor of the Serengeti, bordering the national park, and encompasses 400,000 acres of unrivaled wilderness. The area forms part of the famous migratory route, which is traveled by hundreds of thousands of animals every year. Singita Faru Faru Lodge is built on a gently sloping hill, overlooking a waterhole and the Grumeti River. It is built in the style of a classic East African safari camp, with the suites and lodge areas decorated as a throwback to the timeless Colonial era. Each of the eight air-conditioned suites feature a picture window and deck, with your own Swarovski spotting scope, from which you can enjoy the rugged landscape, whilst at the same time, the luxurious comfort of your suite. The lodge area offers a lounge and dining room, elevated viewing decks, heated plunge pool, spa and Colonial Trading Post. Walks from Faru Faru along the Grumeti River, with its unrivaled spectrum of fauna and flora, are an unforgettable experience. Game drives and walks can be enjoyed accompanied by professional guides – the most experienced in East Africa, whilst other activities include archery, lawn croquet, mountain biking, equestrian pursuits, and hot air ballooning. The Equestrian Centre is situated adjacent to Sasakwa Lodge, and is home to sixteen horses. The Centre includes a lunging arena, fenced paddock, and a walled 2.7 kilometre riding track, which can also be used for walking and jogging. More experienced riders can enjoy out-rides onto the Serengeti plains. Tack is English style, and guests have the choice of either English or Western saddles. Grumeti Reserves is a family friendly reserve, and children over the age of twelve are welcome at Singita Faru Faru Lodge. Twice daily scheduled flights are available from Arusha, and private charters can be arranged, all of which land at Sasakwa Airstrip, located a few minutes from Sasakwa Lodge, and a comfortable drive through the Grumeti wilderness to Faru Faru Lodge.