Ndutu Safari Lodge in Serengeti National park, Tanzania
The Serengeti is the largest and best known of Tanzania’s National Parks, covers an area of over 14,500sq km (5,600sq miles). Its northern boundary abuts Kenya’s Masai Mara Game Reserve, whilst its western extension known as the `corridor’ reaches to within 8km (5 miles) of Lake Victoria. In this world-famous wildlife sanctuary there still exists the greatest and most spectacular concentration of game animals found anywhere in the world …more about the Serengeti National Park
Ndutu safari Lodge is situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the southern Serengeti, at the border to the Ngorongoro National Park. Ndutu Safari Lodge’s location is perfect to explore the wildlife of Ngorongoro and Serengeti, and between November and February the migration is just around.
Ndutu Safari Lodge in Serengeti National Park nestles unobtrusively under a canopy of giant acacias overlooking Lake Ndutu, a soda lake. This Safari Lodge has been a favorite with professional wildlife photographers and film-makers for the past four decades, because it’s simply one of the places to watch wildlife. Accommodation at the Ndutu Safari Lodge is in 34 stone cottages that extend from the central, open-sided bar, lounge and dining room. Each room has it’s own verandah that overlooks Lake Ndutu. All rooms have en-suite facilities. The cottages are made from local materials and offer comfortable, tasteful accommodation. Four rooms have a king-size bed, there are also four family rooms, which can accommodate up to four people. All other rooms have 2 single beds. All the rooms are single storey and are accessible with a wheel chair.