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Where to Stay in Ndutu

Where to Stay in Ndutu

Where to stay in Ndutu | Tented Camps in Ndutu |  Accomodations in Ndutu | Top Serengeti Safari  | Tanzania National Parks | Serengeti Migration  | Tanzania  Lodges and Camps | Hotels in Tanzania | Where to Stay in Tanzania  | 

The Ndutu region is home to the Wildebeest Migration’s calving season and presents a fantastic opportunity to see the entire herd in one place before it sets off. Lodges and camps in the Ndutu region can sit in either the Serengeti National Park or the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, so it’s important to know where your game drives will be taking place. Entering both parks means paying two park entry fees.

“Lodges in this region are typically only open from November through until March”

Budget Lodges in Ndutu

Due to the seasonal nature of the region, there are no public campsites available in either the Serengeti or Ngorongoro sides of Ndutu. This can make planning a budget visit to the Serengeti tough at this time of year, but a night in Ndutu is definitely recommended.

Medium cost lodges and Camps in Ndutu

It’s entirely possible to spend a night or two in the Ndutu region without breaking the bank. A number of family-friendly lodges and camps open up each year to welcome visitors from around the world.
Accomodation in Ndutu area January to March
Kenzan Ndutu Camps

One of our most popular seasonal camps, Kenzan’s Ndutu camp moves into the Ngorongoro Conservation Area every year to offer an ideal launching point for experiencing the Wildebeest Migration’s calving season.

Experience ‘glamping’ in style, as you’ll spend the night in a comfortable double bed in your private tent. Take a hot shower, read by lantern light, and experience the ambiance of Tanzania by night.

Recommended ForBudget travelers.

Ndutu Safari Lodge

One of the only brick and mortar lodges in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area portion of the Ndutu region, Ndutu Safari Lodge is perfect for those who want to experience wilderness without having to spend the night in a tent.

Each of Ndutu Safari Lodge’s 34 stone cottages afford guests a view of Lake Ndutu as well as ensuite facilities.While you’re in a lodge, you’re still very much at the heart of the action, and nightly campfires make you feel like you’re truly in Africa.

Recommended For: Families.

Kati Kati Ndutu tented Camp

Part of the Tanganyika Wilderness Camps brand, Kati Kati Ndutu delivers the same fantastic service and comfortable rooms that area  trademark of TWC.Located in the Southern Serengeti, Kati Kati Ndutu is a perfect base from which to explore both Ndutu and the Seronera region.

Comfortable beds, private bathrooms, and a roaring campfire are all a part of the Kati Kati experience.

Recommended ForPeople wishing to overnight on the Serengeti site of the Ndutu region.

Luxury Lodges and Camps in Ndutu

The Ndutu region boasts a number of extravagant tented camps for those wanting a more luxurious experience from their calving season safari.

Ndutu Under Canvas

A slightly more upmarket offering than Kati Kati Ndutu, this TWC operated camp gives you the experience of living like a king without having to spend a fortune.

With just eleven tents on site, guests are treated to a far more intimate experience than they might find at busier camps.

Recommended ForAdventurous luxury travelers.

Lake Masek Tented Camp

Boasting an incredible location on the very shores of Lake Masek, Lake Masek Tented Camp is the fancier big brother of Ndutu Under Canvas.

Each tent is equipped with a wooden viewing deck and an outdoor shower, bringing you closer to the action than you ever imagined possible.

Coupled with delicious food and an unbeatable location, it makes Lake Masek Tented Camp a must see in the Ndutu region.

Recommended ForHoneymooners and luxury enthusiasts.

Sanctuary Kusini

The only permanent tented camp in the Ndutu region, Sanctuary Kusini is a part of the popular Sanctuary brand and affords guests a spectacular view of the Serengeti from its hilltop location.

Each tent at Sanctuary Kusini is equipped with a private deck from which you can often spy zebras, buffalo, lions, and much more.

Recommended ForThose wanting a little privacy and romance.

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