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My group, two couples in our 30’s, stayed here for two nights in February. It was a paradise.
Before breakfast we would get up early to watch the animals near our tent. We saw giraffes and zebras walking and eating. Breakfast is from 7-9 am....More
It may not be for everyone, but staying in a bush camp is an awesome experience. The tent itself is cozy and has a chemical toilet and a bush shower. Just a note that the Natron area can get pretty hot, so it does get...More
The Halisi Camps in Tanzania are designed to have a small eco-footprint and yet are able to provide great comfort at the end of a long day on safari/trekking. The Lake Natron Halisi Camp was ideally situated for a long morning walk to and from...More
Very nice and affortable place to stay if you want to visit Lake Natron.
Tent is very basic but clean and comfie. If you want to take a (bush bush) shower you have to ask and they will fill the bucket above your tent. Yes...More
As everyone mentions this is not an easily reached place but every mile of the journey is very worthwhile. The route takes you through some truly amazing scenery where wildlife and the Maasai are freely ranging. Once you arrive you will be met with smiling...More