NgoroNgoro Wildlife Lodge

Details

Details of NgoroNgoro Wildlife Lodge

NgoroNgoro Conservation Area Wildlife Lodge has 80 spacious guestrooms, all of them affording fabulous views over the crater.

The 80 rooms include :

  • win rooms,
  • double rooms (with one double bed),
  • one Presidential suite and
  • three Junior suites.

There are also interconnecting rooms, specially designed for families. The Presidential suite has been host to world renowned personalities who have enjoyed the magical experience of wildlife from the top location that Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge enjoys, being the first Lodge built on the Ngorongoro Crater.


• 160 beds including one Presidential and three Junior suites
• In-room facilities: 220/240V for shavers, safe, mini bar,
telephone, tea/coffee-making facilities, hair dryer
• All rooms face the crater bowl
• Colourful landscaped gardens
• Boutique, laundry, currency exchange
• Internet café, satellite TV lounge
• Full generator power back-up

Short Overview

Ngorongoro Wildlife Lodge is strategically perched on the rim of this 'Garden of Eden', affording unbelievable views plunging down over the crater floor, 7,500 feet above sea level.
Let's plan your trip to the NgoroNgoro Wildlife Lodge
One of our safari experts will get back to you within 24-hours.
Souvenirs: of course we all want a reminder of our adventurous travels, something physical to attach our cherished memories to, something to show people back home to start conversations. But, it’s important to keep in mind that there is a dark side to souvenirs, and it’s just as important to...
Embarking on a safari adventure through Africa's untamed wilderness is a privilege that comes with great responsibility. Each moment spent in the presence of Africa’s majestic wildlife presents an opportunity to cultivate a deeper understanding of our interconnectedness with the natural world. As visitors to these sacred landscapes, it's essential...
In this post you can find out the best places to travel in Africa by month. Where to Travel in Africa in January January is an absolutely fantastic time of year to be visiting Africa, with many of our destinations being absolutely beautiful. Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda all boast some...
The Maasai Boma villages of northern Tanzania are popular tourist attractions. While the idea of visiting one of these settlements may appear intriguing, there is an alternative that allows you to immerse yourself in the essence of Africa while respecting the local communities and supporting sustainable tourism. In this post...
In recent years, the allure of Maasai culture has attracted a lot of tourism to Boma settlements, leading to an increase in visitors seeking to experience firsthand the unique traditions and lifestyle of the Maasai people. However, we see that for a lot of travelers, this is not the experience...