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Tanzania

Entamanu Ngorongoro

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Perched high on the wild side of Ngorongoro Crater, a place of biting winds and brutally hot sun, Entamanu Ngorongoro Camp is a unique tented camp that lets guests explore the wilds while protecting them from the elements.

The camp consists of six canvas tents raised on elevated platforms to reduce the impact on the natural surroundings. Two of the tents are family units ideal for families with children. En suite bathrooms with hot showers, twin sinks, and flush toilets are included.

All tents are furnished for comfort and protection from the wild weather found on this side of the crater. Textured wool, down duvets, and heaters provide warmth in the sleeping tents against the chilly nights, whereas fully open-able fronts let the breezes in when the sun warms the tent up during the day. Big verandas wrap around the front of the rooms and are the ideal place to sit and marvel at the view into the Crater. The tent’s interiors are made of sustainably sourced wood. In fact, everything within the camp is locally sourced and made by talented Tanzanian artisans.

For families looking for a private retreat, Entamanu Private is an exclusive-use villa comprised of two two-bedroom canvas and timber rooms with glass-fronts and crater views just a short distance from the main camp. The en suite bathrooms include double vanities, flush toilets, and showers. A private safari vehicle and guide schedule activities around guest’s preferences. While, the dining room dishes up locally sourced cuisine.

The camp is perfectly situated on the Ngorongoro Crater Rim, a large, unbroken, non-flooded volcanic caldera formed three million years ago and now home to large populations of zebra and wildebeest, as well as lions and endangered black rhino. Surrounded by volcanic peaks, in a grove of acacia trees swathed in feathery moss, the camp looks towards the sunrise over the Ngorongoro Crater and revels in stunning sunsets over the Serengeti Plains. The crater has often been called the eighth wonder of the world. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also the location of the Olduvai Gorge, known as the cradle of humanity where Mary Leakey discovered the first homo-sapiens remains.

Game drives at the camp take advantage of the fact that it is only a thirty- minute-drive from the descent road into the Crater. Morning and afternoon game drives are available conducted by an expert ranger. The camp also offers guided walks along the rim of the Crater and in the surrounding highlands. Led by a local Maasai guide, guests will learn all about medicinal plants, Maasai beliefs, as well as track any local wildlife that has wondered close to camp. Bush walks are about slowing the pace down and soaking the beauty in the small, unnoticed flora and fauna missed from the vehicles.

Warm and inviting fires burn in the hearths of the cozy tented lounge and dining room in the evenings. Integral to the Nomad experience, the entire camp is completely removable with no permanent structures. The camp strives to leave a zero footprint on the natural habitat. Communal dining and a bar are available from the main area as well as battery charging facilities.

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Tanzania

Entamanu Ngorongoro

PLAN MY TRIP

Perched high on the wild side of Ngorongoro Crater, a place of biting winds and brutally hot sun, Entamanu Ngorongoro Camp is a unique tented camp that lets guests explore the wilds while protecting them from the elements.

The camp consists of six canvas tents raised on elevated platforms to reduce the impact on the natural surroundings. Two of the tents are family units ideal for families with children. En suite bathrooms with hot showers, twin sinks, and flush toilets are included.

All tents are furnished for comfort and protection from the wild weather found on this side of the crater. Textured wool, down duvets, and heaters provide warmth in the sleeping tents against the chilly nights, whereas fully open-able fronts let the breezes in when the sun warms the tent up during the day. Big verandas wrap around the front of the rooms and are the ideal place to sit and marvel at the view into the Crater. The tent’s interiors are made of sustainably sourced wood. In fact, everything within the camp is locally sourced and made by talented Tanzanian artisans.

For families looking for a private retreat, Entamanu Private is an exclusive-use villa comprised of two two-bedroom canvas and timber rooms with glass-fronts and crater views just a short distance from the main camp. The en suite bathrooms include double vanities, flush toilets, and showers. A private safari vehicle and guide schedule activities around guest’s preferences. While, the dining room dishes up locally sourced cuisine.

The camp is perfectly situated on the Ngorongoro Crater Rim, a large, unbroken, non-flooded volcanic caldera formed three million years ago and now home to large populations of zebra and wildebeest, as well as lions and endangered black rhino. Surrounded by volcanic peaks, in a grove of acacia trees swathed in feathery moss, the camp looks towards the sunrise over the Ngorongoro Crater and revels in stunning sunsets over the Serengeti Plains. The crater has often been called the eighth wonder of the world. The Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also the location of the Olduvai Gorge, known as the cradle of humanity where Mary Leakey discovered the first homo-sapiens remains.

Game drives at the camp take advantage of the fact that it is only a thirty- minute-drive from the descent road into the Crater. Morning and afternoon game drives are available conducted by an expert ranger. The camp also offers guided walks along the rim of the Crater and in the surrounding highlands. Led by a local Maasai guide, guests will learn all about medicinal plants, Maasai beliefs, as well as track any local wildlife that has wondered close to camp. Bush walks are about slowing the pace down and soaking the beauty in the small, unnoticed flora and fauna missed from the vehicles.

Warm and inviting fires burn in the hearths of the cozy tented lounge and dining room in the evenings. Integral to the Nomad experience, the entire camp is completely removable with no permanent structures. The camp strives to leave a zero footprint on the natural habitat. Communal dining and a bar are available from the main area as well as battery charging facilities.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!