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Overview
  • Excellent61%
  • Very good32%
  • Average6%
  • Poor1%
  • Terrible0%
Travellers talk about
“sunset walk”(27 reviews)
“local maasai”(9 reviews)
AMENITIES
Free Parking
Breakfast included
Restaurant
Bar/Lounge
Free Wifi
Air Conditioning
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Description
The Olduvai Camp has only 17 tents, built around a big kopje. His location in the heart of the NCA is ideal for treks, especially along the Olduvai gorges. Every tent has a good comfort: big beds (doubles or twins) ...More with quality bedding, pillows, covers etc...Necessary furniture, terrace with safari chairs, bathroom inside the structure (WC, hot shower with running water, small sink). The camp is eco-friendly, using solar panels (for lights, water heating etc.), Recycling garbage, water saving etc. Olduvai Camp is a must not to be missed if you like to experience an unforgettable overnight in the bush, between the famous Ngorongoro crater and the endless plains of Serengeti. Less
Hotel Amenities
HOTEL FEATURES
Restaurant
Free Parking
Bar/Lounge
Breakfast included
Pool
Beachfront
Spa
Fitness Centre with Gym / Workout Room
Free High Speed Internet (WiFi)
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Certificate of Excellence
Awards & Recognition
Certificate of Excellence
Certificate of Excellence
Number of rooms
17
Also Known As
Olduvai Camp Hotel Serengeti National Park
Location
Tanzania > Serengeti National Park
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Traveller (338)
Room & Suite (124)
Dining (15)
Family and Play Areas (3)
Reviews (283)
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Reviewed October 23, 2016

we spent 1 night here between the Ngorogoro crater and Serengeti. this camp is run by the Masai people and is a really good tented camp. we were there in October which is probably the best time as there are not to many animals in...More

Thank Thesloath
Reviewed September 22, 2016

This camp is unique in the opportunities it offers, such as the ascension of Mount Lemagrut with a ranger and a Massai, the watching of the sundown from a kopje, the exchange with the staff. The rooms are clean and offer basic comfort. Meals are...More

1  Thank Ivano D
Reviewed September 20, 2016

This Massai owned and operated camp really is worth a stop. Spectacular setting in the midst of cattle and goat raising. The tents are well equipped and very comfortable. the guided walk with local guide is a must.

Thank jensonjane3
Reviewed September 18, 2016 via mobile

So this is a solar powered camp, as are most camps in this area, that has limited electricity. Tents are dim, not light. On the other hand, guides are truly spectacular. Names may not be spelled right, but we liked Lorilu and Samat...quite good. Food...More

1  Thank Michael B
Reviewed September 6, 2016 via mobile

A fabulous place to stay and agree with all the positive comments. Only down side is no hot water in the morning for showers and lights very dingy. Masai very friendly but dining staff not over friendly. Sunset walk was great. Listening to Masai partying...More

Thank Sue G
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Caryl R
August 21, 2017|
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Response from Virginia2002 | Reviewed this property |
Yes in the main tent ( the common area). Not in the individual tents. I left my phone to charge as did many others with their devices and came back several hours later to retrieve it.
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Rhonda H
March 14, 2016|
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Response from Sophie M | Reviewed this property |
yes it is like in all the camps and lodges have à Nice trip
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"Rooms are close together and canvas walled, so not sure if one is more secluded...."
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"Bring a flashlight !"
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"We were close to the main service areas which was convenient."
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"Tent #17 is close to the common areas. No view directly from tent but quiet."
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