As the home of bucket-list adventure, Serengeti National Park draws travellers from around the world to witness unrivalled, up-close wildlife sightings that captivate every age of safari-goer.
And now, to inspire young adventurers even further, Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, Tanzania is launching a new kids’ activity program, Mini Maasai Adventure.
Led by the Lodge’s Kijana Kids’ Club and the Maasai Warriors working at Four Seasons, the new program consists of 10 different themes, ranging from wildlife discoveries to Maasai traditions, local crafts and artwork to keep children entertained at every stage of their safari adventure.
For each theme in the program, a “Did You Know?” fact shares insights and knowledge before a series of puzzles, activities and challenges are set out, with each child able to earn a stamp for every completed activity.
Young guests collecting seven or more stamps during their stay will receive a prize. The Mini Maasai Adventure program is designed as a printed booklet to be shared with all children on arrival to the Lodge, with all artwork for the project having been designed by local artist Batromeo Jomeke, who will also be one of the Artists in Residence at the Lodge this year.
Sample activities within Mini Maasai Adventure include Tinga Tinga painting, Fire-starting with elephant dung and Maasai beats.
The new Mini Maasai Adventure program is offered through the Kijana Kids’ Club at Four Seasons Safari Lodge Serengeti, which is open daily from 10:00 am to 6:00 pm for children aged 2–17 years.
The raised walkways throughout the Lodge offer peace of mind to families on safari, while the range of interconnecting rooms, spacious Suites and free-standing Villas, plus children’s menus and dedicated activities allow for flexibility and comfort for families of all sizes.