Ngorongoro Crater Conservancy
About Lemala Ndutu
Perched on the edge of a permanent marsh, Lemala Ndutu is the ultimate amphitheatre for the wildebeest migration between December and April. Nine luxury tents of a very high specification are relocated from the Mara area of Northern Serengeti to this stunning Ndutu site, purely to capture the boundless drama that accompanies the migration.
Tucked away under large umbrella thorn acacias, Lemala Ndutu offers fantastic views of the marsh which attracts a large number of plains game and predators alike. The camp enjoys regular visits from the resident wildlife ranging from lions, leopards, cheetah and hyena to elephant and giraffe. Lions that hunt close to the camp are not uncommon.
Tents are appointed with large single- or king-size beds with warm duvets, wooden flooring with rugs, 24-hr solar lighting, en-suite bathrooms with dressing areas, flush toilets and great safari showers. All the tents are spacious and very comfortable.
The mess tent is beautifully furnished with grand sofas, lamps, bookshelves, corner cabinets in old wood, chests and rugs. In the evening, guests gather around the campfire for sundowners before dining under chandeliers, which is hosted by the camp manager.
Walks must be booked two weeks in advance and clients should arrive at the camp by 15:30hrs for afternoon walks.
Lemala Ndutu Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling