Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

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Details of Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp has 7 spacious tents with private verandahs overlooking the lake. Intimate dining overlooking Lake Eyasi. Kisima Ngeda’s décor draws on elements from the surrounding landscape and incorporates elements of traditional Hadza culture.

A melting pot of culture, Kisima Ngeda offers a different experience from what you’ll find on a traditional safari. Here, you can actually get out of the car — you can explore the trails around the lake, canoe along the shore, walk through nearby tribal villages, or just sit and enjoy the beautiful lake views (especially at sunset on top of the rock).

Short Overview

Kisima Ngeda is located on the north-eastern shores of Lake Eyasi at an altitude of 3,400 feet (1,040 m). Lake Eyasi, a seasonal, alkaline lake, drains the NgoroNgoro Conservation Area volcano’s southwestern flank and stretches 45 miles (75 km) south and covers an area of almost 400 sq. miles (1,050 sq. km). The terrain around the lake, as with much of the Rift Valley, was formed by violent, volcanic activity, and the high walls of the Rift escarpments rise over 2000 feet above the lake. About 4 1/2 hours driving time from Arusha, the camp is 2 hours away from the NgoroNgoro Conservation Area Crater and about a half day’s drive to the Serengeti National Park.

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