Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge Lampung

Satwa Sumatra Elephant Ecolodge is set in a lush tropical garden just 500 metres from the entrance of Way Kambas National Park, where the endangered and rare Sumatran elephant, rhino and tiger are protected. While tigers are only spotted on occasion, the elephant, rhino, gibbons, macaques and over 300 recorded bird species can be found.

Clean and comfortable accommodation extremely suitable to the environment in which it is located


  • Breakfast
  • 21% Tax and Service charge
  • Free welcome drink


  • 8 Double Rooms with attached bathrooms
  • Fully screened
  • Western style toilets
  • Hot water showers
  • Ceiling fans powered by Solar Energy
  • Simple Bar, beer and soft drinks
  • Open restaurant
  • Computer facilities
  • WIFI Internet
  • Friendly staff


  • Eco Friendly / Eco Certification: at Ecolodges Indonesia each of our lodges is dedicated to educating and empowering local communities in long term conservation and sustainable development.
Availability : Daily
Minimum : 1
Duration : 1 Night
Maximum : 3

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Double / Twin Room
IDR 1.149.625
Triple Room
IDR 1.284.875

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Monday – Friday, 9am - 5pm

Way Kanan, East Lampung, Sumatera - Indonesia

About Satwa Elephant Eco Lodge Lampung

Spanning a diverse range of natural habitats Ecolodges Indonesia is a world leader in sustainable eco-travel. This privately owned eco group of Lodges allows travelers to have a real encounter with the flora and fauna of each unique location.

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47 Reviews from TripAdvisor Traveler Rating
DineshKV (Mysuru (Mysore), India)
Reviewed 05 Aug 2017

"Ecolodges Indonesia organized birding tour, fabulous hospitality and organization"

First stop of our (self wife and daughter) birding trip of 10 days was Satwa in Sumatra. We flew in from Jakarta to Bandar Lampung and were received at the airport by Ecolodges Indonesia car and were...

Visited Jul 2017

Home L
Reviewed 23 Feb 2017

"Fun Adventure for the Adventuresome"

We became aware of Way Kambas National Park on the island of Sumatra, Indonesia because of the fund raising of Show-Me Tigers and the International Elephant Foundation to preserve native habitat for...

Visited Feb 2017

Delise L (Singapore)
Reviewed 07 Sep 2016

"Laid back 1990s feel"

Service is good and rooms are big with clean sheets and a clean toilet. Although there isn't an air con, it gets pretty cool after midnight. Only thing is that your room will be home to some house...

Visited Sep 2016

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