Angata Camp Ngorongoro

Details

Details of Angata Camp Ngorongoro

TENTS:

Angata camp offers guests 12 canvas tents that can each sleep between two to three guests.

The tents are furnished with a single, twin or double beds and have mosquito nets for guests' comfort.

Each tent also has:

  • an en-suite bathroom with a shower only,
  • and coffee, tea and water are provided.

A comfortable lounge will ensure you enjoy your free time at Angata Serengeti and give guests the opportunity to chat to other visitors.

Short Overview

Open since December 2012, Ang'ata Ngorongoro is open all year'round.
The camp is situated right after Lemala Gate, inside the Craters boundaries on the Lemala descent road, currently also being used as ascent road, ideally situated for early morning game drives into the Crater.

  • Family friendlyFamily friendly
  • In national parkIn national park

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