Tucked in the back left hand corner of Jambo house is the Sunset Overlook. This overlook is a mysterious little room that neither of us had ever ventured into, as it feels kind of off limits. Little did we know that it is actually open to guests...and totally worth the visit next time you're at the resort.
A small museum of sorts, it is absolutely FILLED with wonderful art and artifacts. Most are behind glass, but the cases are gorgeous themselves.
There are also wonderful wall lined with photographs by Martin and Osa Johnson in the 1920's and 1930's. These photos really set the stage for the safari feel of the library. I would, at the very least, read the wikipedia page about the Johnsons. These people fully exemplify the resort. :)
Martin and Osa.
In addition to all the great art in the Sunset Overlook, there are also super comfortable chairs and access to an outdoor balcony overlooking the savanna. (um, hence the name.)
During the day this special room is often used the programs and classes taught at the lodge. Stop in for a while and learn from the cultural representatives from Africa, I'm sure that you will learn something interesting!