Very good and affordable accomodation at Lake Natron. We stayed in one of the lodge rooms. The view from the patio was fantastic! We also had breakfast, lunch and dinner and all meals were really good. We did a trip to Lake Natron with a fantastic guide from the World View Campsite. He showed us the flamingos, pelicans, marabous and lots of other birds at the lake and also the giraffes which was an overwhelming experience; they let us come really close. We also hiked to the Ngaresero Waterfalls with the guide which was also awesome!
We have stayed here twice in the last few months and had a lovely experience each time. It is budget accommodation but the lodge rooms are clean and spacious and all the facilities work well. Food is delicious and plentiful. The staff are all helpful and friendly. Tipping is a problem - it's hard to know who works there and you don't want to miss anyone out. They need a 'staff tip box' with the money shared.
After driving up the sandy track we were rewarded with a clean massai campsite and a stunning view of the lake and its surrounding mountains. The ablution block consists of 2 showers (cold water only), two toilets and two washbasins
We stayed in the World View Campsite in January 2019. It is a wonderful place. Great view, interesting plants, shady campsites. Everything is clean and well organised. Just sitting there and enjoying the landscape gives you inner peace. It is well worth the long way. You should take full board since there is no other restaurant round the corner and the food is worth the price. Gabi and Alex
We arrived in the campsite with our tent; it was only 10$ a night, plus about 30$ for the meals.The food was nice. The view on Masaï villages and the Ol Doinyo Lengaï is amazing. We had a nice guide to show us the waterfalls and the Lake. The owner, Yona, is very welcoming and generous, he helped us a lot during our stay, and also to catch the local bus after it. It was an authentic experience and we were glad to meet such nice people. Don't forget to bring a lot of cash, there are fees to pay and no ATM