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The most recent addition to the fantastic Nomad group is Entamanu Ngorongoro, opened in August 2016. The camp enjoys a lofty and privileged position, perched high on the rim of the inimitable Ngorongoro Crater and one of just a handful of operators granted permission by the Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority to set up in this incredible location.

The restrictions in place from the NCAA mean that the camp must be easily removable so as not to damage the environment and landscape. The added complication of cooler temperatures on the crater rim have made this one of the biggest design challenges for the Nomad team to date, but they have succeeded in crafting a camp that is comfortable and beautifully located, while having minimal impact on the surrounding ecology - not one bush has been cut down during its creation.

There are six rooms, two of which include a mezzanine level - perfect for a family safari adventure. All rooms will have crater views and incredible views of the Serengeti can be found at the other side of camp. The carefully designed canvas rooms sit on a raised wooden platform with a stunning canvas exterior structure that ensures the NCAA removability requirements are met. This down to earth camping experience is given a luxury twist as the guest rooms and dining area are heated to keep you cosy in the evenings whilst taking in the sensational views of the surrounding soaring peaks of the dormant volcanic hills.

Why We Love It

Entamanu is the Maasai word for 'circle' - the perfect name for a camp which will enjoy stunning views over the circular crater, Serengeti Plains, Olduvai Gorge and the Gol Mountains.

Louise Fitzgerald, Original Traveller

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