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Available all year round.
What we love about Entamanu Ngorongoro
Its remote location: Entamanu Ngorongoro sits on the remote Northwestern corner of the rim of the famous Ngorongoro Crater, accessed by a private road with stunning views over the Serengeti. Its location is tucked away and remote, far away from any crowd of tourists - watch the sun rise and set in complete peace.
Cultural opportunities: This side of the Crater is private to the camp, and is incredible to explore on foot. Miles of crater highlands completely surround the camp. Nearby is a traditional Maasai boma where guests can meet the camps neighbours and learn about their way of life.
Entamanu Ngorongoro (meaning ‘circle’ in Maa) is the only place in the world where you can enjoy views into both the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti.
Entamanu Ngorongoro consists of seven canvas rooms on wooden platforms. There are two family rooms also available, made up of two rooms and a shared bathroom.
Each room has heating and en-suite bathrooms with hot and cold running water, and flushing toilets. All rooms have stunning crater views and there are views of the Serengeti from the camp.
Activities at Entamanu Ngorongoro Camp
There are many activities for you to explore at Entamanu Ngorongoro. Here are a few of our favourites:
- Game drives into the Crater with expert guides
- Explorations of the surrounding highlands
- Guided walks with a knowledgeable expert
- Bush picnics
- A classic sundowner experience
- Maasai interactions with neighbouring communities
Walk a Wonder of the World
In their incredible determination to do things differently, Nomad Tanzania’s Entamanu Ngorongoro lodge have discovered how much adventure lies outside the Crater bowl. Visit between October and May when Ngorongoro is its most Eden-like, and experience it on foot with Entamanu.
From gentle meanders to whole-day hikes, they've got walks for days. Take an epic amble along the edge of one of the wonders of the world; spot game from above, and see through the eyes of your Maasai guide. Better yet, drop in on a Maasai boma for a warm welcome into another existence.
When to Visit
We recommend visiting Entamanu Ngorongoro in January.
This is usually the time of dry weather between the short rains of November and December, and the long rains of April and May. The days are warmer and sunnier, but there are cooler temperatures at camp on the Crater rim and at night, especially if it does rain.