Simbambili lies adjacent to the meandering Manyeleti River and overlooks a popular water hole which attracts a wide variety of game. Unusually, a Moroccan theme prevails throughout the lodge and the emphasis is firmly on romance and seclusion. The lodge offers eight suites which are secluded and private, with a maximum occupancy of 16 people at any time. The accommodation has been carefully laid out, designed and decorated to blend in with the surrounding knobthorn and jackalberry woodlands. Organic materials, textiles and fibres are used in the décor, fittings and soft furnishings of the suites to complement this natural feel and reduce the ecological footprint of the lodge. Splashes of rust-coloured and gold finishes add depth to the elegantly muted styling of the luxurious rooms. Expansive wooden decks wrap around the front of each unit and even the open plan bathrooms open onto this key element. The lavish baths and modern showers offer a splendid vantage point over the savannah with the option to close the glass fronted doors against the elements. Another feature of the decks, apart from the wonderful views, is a private plunge pool to soothe away hot summer afternoons and a private sala for daydreaming and resting in the heat of the day. Air conditioning and ceiling fans are provided in all the suites, along with a mini bar, hairdryer and safe. A telephone is provided for those vital early morning wake up calls. Super-king size beds and the finest cotton linen will ensure that you arise refreshed for your day’s adventures. The Waterhole Suite offers extra luxury with a private lounge and dining area in addition to the usual features and a preferential view of the waterhole. Guests at Simbambili have the added delight of an onsite spa offering the latest beauty treatments with a range of luxuriant products and the added novelty of massages with a view over the rolling plains. Simbambili offers a small, itimate exercise room featuring key equipment for light training purposes.