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Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge

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Themed around traditionally circular African houses with conical roofs, and decorated with examples of Africa’s rich tapestry of artistic traditions by way of rich woodcarvings and sculptures, the lodge harmonizes perfectly with its dramatic surroundings. But the drama does not just stop with the great outdoors: it also flows through the split level interiors of the main building which all offer an unsurpassed generosity of space while somehow managing to combine an almost magically welcoming ambience of both warmth and cosiness.

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Ngorongoro Serena Lodge

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Tanzania’s prehistoric Ngorongoro Crater, a UNESCO World Heritage Site known as the Eighth Wonder of the World, has yawned heavenward for millennia. Deep within its immense walls is a breath-taking blue-green landscape dotted with plains, lakes and forests; an eerie, otherworldly “land that time forgot” thick with massive bull elephants, rhinos, wildebeests and the highest concentration of lions in Africa. Featuring charming stone-built architecture, a glowing fireplace and walls adorned with prehistoric cave paintings and flickering torchlight, the elegant yet relaxed dining space is ideal for any taste and occasion.

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Angata Ngorongoro Camp

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The camp is set on the Eastern side of the Ngorongoro Crater’s rim close to the Crater lodge. Just inside the park boundaries our location permits early game drives down to the crater leaving you almost alone to discover this World Heritage Site. Up to 25.000 animals call the crater their home except the Maasai Giraffes who cannot cope with the steep slopes of the crater. The main attraction, and also the most elusive are the 23 Black Rhinoceroses that live inside the crater, maybe the one and only chance to see them in the wild. Massai Bomas are located a few kilometres away for those who wish to meet the Maasai

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Rhino Lodge

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Ideally located on the edge of the Ngorongoro crater rim, Rhino Lodge offers a perfect base from which to explore the Ngorongoro crater and its surroundings. With 24 comfortable ensuite rooms, a cozy living space, friendly local staff and generous African-inspired meals, Rhino Lodge welcomes guests to Africa’s most remarkable game park.

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Lemala Ngorongoro Camp

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Lemala Ngorongoro Tented Camp is an intimate camp set in a delightful ancient acacia forest on the rim of the crater, next to the quiet Lemala access route. The camp has 9 spacious canvas tents to ensure intimacy and minimal impact on the pristine forest environment. The tents accommodate two queen beds with winter weight duvets and hot water bottles. The tents are warmed in the evenings by a gas heater, ensuring a cosy night’s sleep. The roomy en-suite bathrooms contain a dressing area, flush toilet and a large safari shower.

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& beyond crater lodge

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Situated on the edge of the Ngorongoro crater with unbeatable views Daily flights to Lake Manyara airstrip – approximately 1½ hours drive to the lodge in a closed vehicle. Game drives on Crater floor; walks within the lodge grounds; crater floor banquets; day trips to Olduvai Gorge and Shifting Sands; walking safaris on Empakai Crater Black rhino, magnificently tusked elephants, flamingos, hyena, lion.

Children of all ages welcome WILDChild programme Family room with inter-leading suite Childminders available (at an additional cost)

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