Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is built into the rim of the caldera, the plant and ivy-covered native stone blending masterfully with its surroundings.

The Safari Lodge has stunning setting on the rim of the ancient Ngorongoro Crater provides a gateway to unforgettable adventures and excursions.

Enjoy a wide range of activities, from game drives on the Crater plains to guided nature walks, bush dining experiences and much, much more.

The guest rooms are spacious with central heating, prehistoric cave paintings and balconies overlooking the Ngorongoro Crater. It’s furniture is created from rich hardwood timber.

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The lounge and dining room are indoors, overlooking the Crater. Log fires greatly enhance the atmosphere, especially in the evenings. The lounge has a balcony with a fixed telescope for guests’ use.

The main restaurant features charming stone-built architecture, a glowing fireplace and walls adorned with prehistoric cave paintings and flickering torchlight, the elegant yet relaxed dining space is ideal for any taste and occasion.

Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge experience

Take a day trip to Olduvai Gorge. Also known as the “Cradle of Mankind,” it is one of the most important and controversial Palaeolithic finds in recent history.

Crater Breakfast

One of the highlights of the Crater visit, the bush breakfast is an experience not to be missed. Typically, guests are awakened by a very early morning cup of tea.

They then set off down the steeply winding road that leads to the Crater floor. After a game drive through primeval forests and acacia groves, the guests arrive by the selected spot where a spectacular cooked breakfast is served.

After breakfast, the game drive continues around the 120 km of roads that circle the lakes, forests and plains of this unique conservation area.

Game view during your stay

Eastern Vacations shall take you down to the floor of the Crater for game viewing drives activities. Often described as the “Eighth Wonder Of The World,” the Ngorongoro Crater is a spectacular natural sanctuary for over 25,000 animals, including the black rhino.

It is also a conservation area inhabited by the Maasai tribe.

The lodge is excellently rated by our past travelers during their night stop accommodation in Ngorongoro.

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