Situated up high with vistas looking down over the famous landscape of the Ngorongoro Crater, is the &Beyond Ngorongoro Crater Lodge, consisting of three truly magnificent, enigmatic and stylish camps. Within the three camps are thirty suites built on stilts to fully embrace the panoramic views; two of which have twelve suites and one has six suites, each built with banana leaf ceilings and grass roofs, creating an exclusive feel to the suites.
Designed to combine Victorian furnishings with a hint of Africa, providing a uniqueness to the camps, which feature brocade sofas, gilt mirrors, beaded chandeliers, panelled walls and Persian rugs. Each of the camps feature their own dining and sitting areas, with eye-catching silverware and crystal glass. Fireplaces and baths establish an inviting and warm environment in which to relax after a busy day.
This UNESCO World Heritage Site is teeming with game - an incredible 30,000 animals including the Big Five and the large soda lake and fresh springs within the volcanic caldera boast seasonal viewings of flamingos.
- Wildlife fanatics.
- Couples and families of all ages.
- Photography enthusiasts.
THINGS TO DO AT THE LODGE:
- Unwind with an in-room massage.
- Keep fit in the gym.
- Venture out on walks, staying within the grounds of the lodge.
- Admire the breath-taking views over the Ngorongoro Crater from all around camp.
- Enjoy delicious food in the extravagant dining area, boasting fabulous views.
- Relax in your suite and enjoy a bath whilst gazing at the dramatic African landscape.
- Visit the safari shop or the wine store.
THINGS TO DO NEARBY:
- Go on game drives on the floor of the Ngorongoro Crater.
- Enjoy delicious meals on the Crater floor.
- Visit the Olduvai Gorge and Shifting Sands on a day trip.
- Explore the surroundings on foot while on a walking safari in the Empakai Crater, look out for black rhino, flamingos, hyena, lion and elephants with vast tusks.
- &Beyond WILDChild programme - fantastic for children, with many activities on offer for them to learn more about the African bush and the cultures of the local people.