Ngorongoro Crater Lodge in Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area

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Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is carved into the topmost reaches of the Ngorongoro Crater rim, the Crater Lodge is a dream-inspiring haven of artisan crafts and burning fire bowls, samovars, fresh roses and sumptuous gourmet delights. It is opulent and yet intimate.

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The Crater Lodge exudes a very special atmosphere, romantically characterised by its flower petal-strewn bath tubs with breathtakingviews, personal fireplaces set around with leather-backed chairs, floor-to-ceiling windows dressed with raw silk curtains, illuminated with hand-beaded chandeliers.

A personal butler draws the bath, stokes the fire and arranges fresh red roses in readiness for your return from Tanzania safari.

Such is the extraordinary nature of the Ngorongoro Crater that safaris here really do guarantee a wealth of rewarding wildlife action even if your time is limited, as this ancient volcanic bowl has the most densely packed concentration of wildlife in Africa.


Ngorongoro Crater Safari Lodge is built on the south-western rim of the Ngorongoro Crater. It is only 190km from Arusha Airport. The nearest village is Karatu, 30km away.


Ngorongoro Crater Safari Lodge has 30 beautifully crafted rondavel style rooms split between 3 camps

North and South Camp have 12 suites each, while intimate Tree Camp has six suites.

General facilities:


Bar Facility

Curio Shop


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