Ang’ata Migration - Ndutu Camp

The place to be and experience the Great Wildebeest Migration in full swing, with a view on Lake Ndutu in the distance.
Opened in Ndutu from December until March.

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Camp Description

A large camp with 12 large Guest tents including a 2 tent Family unit, a lounge and a dining tent. Each guest tent has an en-suite bathroom with shower, vanity desk and flush toilets. Depending on request a Kingsize bed or 2 Twin beds or triples are available. The lounge is the place to meet other travellers and share your day’s Safari stories while enjoying a complementary cup of Tanzanian Coffee or Tea. Breakfasts, lunches and dinners are served in the dining tent, freshly prepared by our Chefs on a daily basis. Bush TV (local name for camp fire) is lit when the weather permits.

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Camp Location

Just south-west of Lake Ndutu the camp is discretely set on the rift above the marsh allowing safe observation of wildlife just below camp. 800 meter to Lake Ndutu, 5 Km to Lake Masek and 10 min away from Ndutu Airstrip and the Ranger Post this magic location is in easy reach of Shamba Maharagi, otherwise called the short grass plains to the south of the Serengeti in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where the Wildebeest gather in their millions in February March.

Around the camp

Walking Safaris in the company of an Armed Ranger, Balloon Safaris, private Bush Lunches and Bush Dinners can be booked in advance via our reservations officer. Please contact us for pricing and details.

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The Crew

Lazaro Sitayon - Housekeeping/Security
Omary Ramadhani - Driver
Robert Kitundu - Head of Housekeeping
Julius - Front of House
Salim Rajab - Camp Manager
Daudi Ngoyasi - Head of Security

Availabilities

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Testimonials

Carls Birthday. We had the best food and best service at this camp. Even the night lion noise! Asante sana.

Barb & Steve, Minnesota - USA ndutu Camp March 2012

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