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Tanzania

Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on the banks of a soda lake and looking up to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is a stylish safari camp with plenty of wildlife and cultural activities.

Accommodations at the camp consist of seven spacious tents. Each tent has a thatched palm roof and sits on a wooden platform. The bedrooms include a comfy hand-carved bed and the en suite bathrooms have showers and plenty of hot water. However, the bed feature of the tents is the private veranda overlooking the seasonal soda lake.

The camp is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, a beautiful and seasonal soda lake fed by a natural spring on the family-owned farm’s 200-acre property. The lake is a seasonal stop for migrating flamingos. Across the lake, the Alipi escarpment wall rises 2,000 feet up into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. While there are plenty of animals to see in the palm and acacia forests and the lake, the biggest draw to the area is the camp’s interactions with local Wahadzabe bushmen, the last few remaining hunter-gatherers.

The camp has plenty of activities to enjoy including mountain biking or hiking along the lakeside trails. Depending on the water levels, there is canoeing on the lake. But the most popular activities involve cultural interactions with the local tribes. The waDatoga people are a pastoral group like the Maasai, and it’s always interesting to visit the local Blacksmith or a Datoga boma. There are also trips into the bush with the nomadic, hunter-gatherer Hadza Bushmen who speak a unique click-language. The camp can generally arrange a trip to either go hunting with them or spend the morning gathering roots or seasonal fruits.

The main area of camp includes a cozy lounge making it the perfect spot to relax with a pre- or post-dinner drink. The dining area overlooks the lake with delicious, freshly cooked meals made with locally produced ingredients, including dairy products from the camp’s own cows and vegetables grown by nearby farms. There is also a full-service bar and refreshing pool for an afternoon dip during the heat of the day.

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Tanzania

Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

PLAN MY TRIP

Set on the banks of a soda lake and looking up to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is a stylish safari camp with plenty of wildlife and cultural activities.

Accommodations at the camp consist of seven spacious tents. Each tent has a thatched palm roof and sits on a wooden platform. The bedrooms include a comfy hand-carved bed and the en suite bathrooms have showers and plenty of hot water. However, the bed feature of the tents is the private veranda overlooking the seasonal soda lake.

The camp is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, a beautiful and seasonal soda lake fed by a natural spring on the family-owned farm’s 200-acre property. The lake is a seasonal stop for migrating flamingos. Across the lake, the Alipi escarpment wall rises 2,000 feet up into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. While there are plenty of animals to see in the palm and acacia forests and the lake, the biggest draw to the area is the camp’s interactions with local Wahadzabe bushmen, the last few remaining hunter-gatherers.

The camp has plenty of activities to enjoy including mountain biking or hiking along the lakeside trails. Depending on the water levels, there is canoeing on the lake. But the most popular activities involve cultural interactions with the local tribes. The waDatoga people are a pastoral group like the Maasai, and it’s always interesting to visit the local Blacksmith or a Datoga boma. There are also trips into the bush with the nomadic, hunter-gatherer Hadza Bushmen who speak a unique click-language. The camp can generally arrange a trip to either go hunting with them or spend the morning gathering roots or seasonal fruits.

The main area of camp includes a cozy lounge making it the perfect spot to relax with a pre- or post-dinner drink. The dining area overlooks the lake with delicious, freshly cooked meals made with locally produced ingredients, including dairy products from the camp’s own cows and vegetables grown by nearby farms. There is also a full-service bar and refreshing pool for an afternoon dip during the heat of the day.

Coming soon!

Safari Camps
Points of Interest
Hotels & Resorts
Journeys

Coming soon!