No prices found through our partners. Please contact the business directly or check some of our recommended alternatives.
How has this campground rated in the past?
- Wireless internet connection in public areas
- High-speed internet in room
- Room service
TripAdvisor Reviews Lemala Ngorongoro Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Travel Blogs from Ngorongoro Conservation Area
... and gives us a magnetic card to present at the gate about a halfway hour's drive away. At the gate office another young man takes a while to write out even more paper , insert our card in his machine to verify payment and with a sheaf of paper in hand we head for the entrance, not so fast, now all details on the paperwork must be copied down into an exercise book by yet another guard, but finally we are thru for 24 hours. We head up the hill to the edge of ...
... looks like it is typing as it eats with its head bobbing up and down Jackal - looked like a spotted dog Ostrich - female is gray and male is black Warthog with piglets Giraffe Buffalo We got to the main gate and Emanuel went to get the permits. It took a while cuz there were many people visiting the park. As we started driving, it also started raining pretty hard. The jeep leaked a little through the windows, but luckily the rain only last for about 15min. ...
... of this in the quiet of the Tanzanian countryside. The Olea Africaner Country Lodge is beautiful. Enormous rooms with fireplaces, lots of seating and outdoor veranda overlooking the quiet farms. Red red earth; green green crops and colorful flowers. Had a lovely meal in their dining room. A buffet with each dish kept hot in clay pots over small charcoal fires. A very good sleep in a huge ...
... experience was good.
We were up at 5am, breakfast with lots of coffee at 5:30, in the vehicles at 6am to be at the crater gate when it opens at 6:30. Although we left in the dark it was light by the time we headed down although the fog/mist made it a tough time for our driver Sal today. He and all the other drivers have been both great drivers and very knowledgeable guides.
The first great sighting was a black rhinoceros which not everyone gets to see. ...
... As we flirted between the borders of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro areas, in the late afternoon sun, we stumbled upon half a zebra… yes half a zebra. Where was the other half you might be wondering… well we wanted to know too… so we drove around the area looking for the culprit. “There must be lions nearby” Daniel said. “What do you mean and how do you know?” we enquired. “See up there - a ...