We are a group of recreational photographers, who stayed in Ang'ata Camp, a mobile camp in Ndutu, for purposes of safari. Ndutu is the only National Park in which off road exploration is allowed, so you can get VERY CLOSE to the wildlife. Hence, the camp has a head start because of an ideal location... Otherwise, the tents are spacious, clean and comfortable, with flush toilets and "bush showers" (ie rely on gravity and not much pressure, that will be familiar to those who've camped but was a disappointment to some non-camping travel companions). Staff provide polite, prompt service. The main drawback was the endless grey dust... but then we were on the approach to rainy season and that's Ndutu for you. A comfortable way to explore Ndutu - definitely would consider coming back!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- From December ‘till end of March Ang’ata Migration Camp is located in Ndutu area close to migration route with a view on Lake Ndutu. Wildlife is abundant in this season as the Wildebeest migration settles here for a few months to graze and breed before returning north, deep into the Serengeti. They are joined by numerous Zebra, Elands, Hartebeests, Impala, and of course their predators, Lions, Leopards and Cheetahs that roam the area throughout the season. We can organize nature walks accompanied by an armed Ranger around Lake Ndutu or to a nearby Maasai Boma as here, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, you are in the most authentic part of the Maasai country. ... more less