Lemala Ewanjan is located in the Seronera area, on the western slopes of Makoma Hill.
Lemala Ewanjan: Our full report
Opened in 2010 Lemala Ewanjan is another addition to the Lemala camps, which include Lemala Ngorngoro, the seasonal Lemala Mara and Ndutu camps, and Lemala Kuria Hills and Lemala Manyara. Lemala Ewanjan is located in the Seronera area, which enjoys good resident game throughout the year. None of the Expert Africa have had a chance to visit this camp yet, however we've visited some of their other properties and are told they're of a similar build and style.
The camp has 7 tents set on the western slopes of Makoma Hill, affording lovely views of the sun setting over the plains. Each wooden floored tent has two queen size, or one king size bed, en-suites with flush toilet and shower and running water, and 24-hour solar lighting. Up to two adults and two children can be accommodated in each tent.
The main areas have a separate living and dining area, with a central bar area joining the two. Expect leather sofas, chandeliers, chunky wooden furniture and rugs strewn over the floor.
You'll most likely visit Lemala Ewanjan with your own private driver-guide as part of a longer trip, but it is also possible to fly in and use the camps own vehicles and guides.
Our viewThe central Serengeti enjoys good game throughout the year, and so Lemala Ewanjan offers another luxurious tented option in this area for those on a slightly higher budget.
Ideal length of stay: Stay here for 3 - 4 nights to explore the surrounding area.
Food & drink
Usual board basis: Full Board
Dining locations: Indoor and Outdoor Dining
Drinks included: Most drinks are included apart from premium wines and spirits.
Property’s age restrictions: The camp does not accept children under the age of 6 years.
Health & safety
Malarial protection recommended: Yes
Dangerous animals: High Risk
Laundry facilities: Laundry is limited to 3 garments per person.