Man Eaters Lodge, Tsavo East National Park | Kenya Safari
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Man Eaters Lodge

Location: Tsavo East National Park, Kenya Safaris

During the construction of the Railway Bridge over the Tsavo River in 1898 by the British for what was then known as the Ugandan Railway, approximately 140 workers were killed by two Mane less male lions, over a period of 3 months. After repeated unsuccessful endeavors, the first lion was finally killed on 9th December, 1898 during a night hunt. The second three weeks later during a morning hunt, which almost cost Paterson his life. These lions were huge in size and the first of the two measured Nine feet six inches from tip of the nose to the tip of his tail and stood three feet eleven and a half inches high.

Highlights:

  • Man Eaters is in Tsavo in the Coast Region, 400 m from Tsavo Station.
  • Paterson’s Bridge is 900 m from the property.
  • An upscale, fine dining restaurant amid the backwoods of Tsavo West Man Eaters offers guests a chance to experience Nouvelle continental cuisine with a touch of romance.
    Enjoy a tantalizing 5 course meal, in natural ambience while the sound of the Tsavo River sets the mood.

Amenities at Man Eaters Lodge, Tsavo East National Park, Kenya Safaris 

  • Daily maid service
  • Luggage storage
  • Car hire
  • Packed lunches
  • Gift shop
  • Currency exchange
  • Laundry
  • Designated smoking area
  • Safety deposit box

Rooms  at Man Eaters Lodge, Tsavo East National Park, Kenya Safaris 

Double Room

This double room features a balcony and seating area

Room Facilities: Shower, Balcony, Seating Area, Fan, Toilet, Wake-up service, Mosquito net, River view, Towels, Linen

Family Room

This family room features a balcony and seating area

Room Facilities: Shower, Balcony, Seating Area, Fan, Toilet, Wake-up service, Mosquito net, River view, Towels, Linen

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What to do at Man Eaters Lodge, Tsavo East National Park, Kenya Safaris 

  • Swimming
  • Game watching
  • Game drives
  • Nature walks
  • Medicinal plant discovery experience