For me, staying at Lemala Ndutu was one of the highlights of our safari in Tanzania. The staff made us feel as if they had known us for years. They were amazingly attentive to all our needs. The food was good and sitting around the fire at night listening to the sounds of the bush - with lions roaring in the not too distant distance - was thrilling -even for me, and I have lived in Africa for almost 30 years. The tented rooms were massive and very comfortable and the bathrooms were remarkably well-appointed. Because everything runs on solar power, there is no loud generator noise, but the lighting in the rooms at night is also a little dim (a small price to pay considering the "cool factor" of the place. Our own personal server woke us in the morning with Tanzanian coffee - the best coffee we had anywhere - and then filled up our bush shower with hot water, all in time for us to get up and get an early start on wildlife viewing. I would definitely stay there again.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- Perched on the edge of a permanent marsh,LEMALA NDUTU is the ultimate amphitheater for the wildebeest migration between December and March. 12 Suite tents are relocated from the Northern Serengeti to this stunning Ndutu site to capture the boundless drama that accompanies the migration. The migration arrives in December and begin calving in February. The camp is situated inside the NCA, near the border of Southern Serengeti, in what is perhaps the finest location in the whole of Ndutu. ... more less
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