Hotel Classification

Tented Camp
Hotel Description

Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is situated on the shores of Lake Eyasi, with views toward the Rift. The camp is beautifully set in a date palm and acacia forest and is part of 200-acre family-owned farm with a natural spring nearby which feeds into the lake. The camp is about 4 1/2 hours driving time from Arusha, and 2 hours away from the Ngorongoro Crater and about a half day’s drive to the Serengeti.

Recreation: Lake Eyasi is a seasonal and alkaline lake which drains the Ngorongoro volcano’s southwestern flank. The terrain around the lake was formed by violent, volcanic activity, and the high walls of the Rift escarpments rise over 2000 feet above the lake.

The camp is designed to lend in with its natural environment, constructed almost entirely from palm trees. There are seven tents, each built on a wooden platform which is permanent and feature a thatched roof. The beds are hand carved while the bathroom is enclosed with shower and hot water. Each of the tents commands a beautiful view of the lake.

Kisima Ngeda offers a different experience from what one would find on a traditional safari. Here, one can explore around the lake, canoe along the shore, mountain bike by baobobs and acacias, walk through nearby tribal villages, or just sit and enjoy the beautiful lake view. Kisima Ngeda gives guests the opportunity to visit with the local tribes. The waDatoga are a pastoral group like the Maasai, and it’s always interesting to visit the local blacksmith or a Datoga boma. And of course spending a day with the waHadzabe, hunter-gatherers that speak the language of the first human inhabitants of the continent.

Remarks: RATES
● Rates are based on full board accommodation and are inclusive of taxes,but are net of holiday supplements
● Rates DO NOT include park fees.

Reservations that are canceled, reduced in length of stay or reduced in numbers are subject to cancellation and no show fees.

NOTE: Prices and availability are subject to revision without prior notice owing to currency, tax, levy and seasonal fluctuations


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