Entamanu Ngorongoro

With the opportunity to visit Tanzania's famous Ngorongoro Crater but to also understand it as part of a wilder environment, Entamanu Ngorongoro is a unique safari experience. The camp is perched high on the wild side of the Ngorongoro Crater rim surrounded by the soaring peaks of dormant volcanic hills and the ebb and flow of Maasai pastoralist life. You will get to explore beyond the hustle and bustle of the main tourist trail at the Crater and instead encounter a truly wild highland environment.

views of the crater Game drive Walking
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Entamanu Ngorongoro, like other Nomad Tanzania camps, is designed to be removable and extraordinary care has been taken to ensure minimal disturbance to the environment. The 7 gorgeous canvas rooms are raised on platforms and all have views of the Crater from an extensive shaded wooden deck as well as indoor heating, flushing toilets and a plumbed-in shower with hot and cold water. The main communal tent has two spacious lounges and a dining area with rustic furniture pieces and ornaments.

Getting There

On the north-western rim of the Ngorongoro Crater reached by regular scheduled flights from Arusha / Dar es Salaam / Zanzibar and other destinations. Flights fly into the Manyara Airstrip and it is then an approximately 2-hour drive to the camp. The camp is only 30 minutes' drive from the descent road into the Crater.


Ngorongoro Crater game drives, guided walks through the highlands, cultural interactions with Maasai communities and bush picnics.

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Review of Entamanu Ngorongoro

Kayoko Omatsu

The hotel room decor was very cute and bright and fresh. The food was pretty good though Chem Chem was better. They were training some new employees and all of them had exceptional customer service skills. Having the Maasaai guides at the hotel was really cool. We got to sit with them over drinks and ask them questions, which we loved. I liked having a hangout area for drinks with…

07/01/2022 Read full trip review

Review of Entamanu Ngorongoro

Tanush Gupta

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