Entamanu Ngorongoro

Reviews of Entamanu Ngorongoro

Excellent(97%) From 14 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 14 of our travellers who have visited Entamanu Ngorongoro, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr B from London
Arrived on: 8-Jul-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Entamanu Ngorongoro review

Amazing place - location and quality of accommodation and facilities.

Staff were fantastic and food was excellent.
It was cold at night but they were well-prepared with fires and hot water bottles.

The accompanied walk from the camp was excellent - it felt very real being on foot for a while rather than being in a safari vehicle.

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Mr A from California
Arrived on: 25-Mar-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Entamanu Ngorongoro review

Stunning location on the crater's edge. Loved the decor of the lodge, which managed to combine tremendous comfort with a wilderness feel.

Staff were extremely helpful in re-scheduling one of our flights and in organizing a surprise sundowner.

Very slick operation!

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Mr A from London
Arrived on: 2-Feb-2017 Stayed for: 2 nights
Overall:
Excellent
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Entamanu Ngorongoro - Nomad at its best

As this was a new lodge we felt that we were taking some risk. However we had faith in the Nomad brand and were not disappointed! A lodge of exceptional quality. The rooms are perfect, with amazingly comfortable beds, very spacious rooms, excellent bathroom facilities, etc. The staff were extremely well trained and helpful; they accommodated our requests for activities (e.g. bushwalk), and were very friendly & attentive without being intrusive. The food was of high quality. Highly recommended.

Our Nomad guide Kakai was extremely knowledgeable, I would say he was the best guide I have had (of approx 10 safaris).

Prior reviews noted the bumpy and fairly long road to the lodge, so this was not a surprise and was not a deterrent. Prior reviews also noted that the location can be windy on the ridge; we did not find this to be uncomfortable at all (and they provide extra heating in the tents). The only constructive comment I would make is that they should not advertise so heavily the idea that guests have a view of the Serengeti; the view of the Crater is excellent but there is not really an accessible view of the Serengeti.

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Mr & Mrs B from Winchester
Arrived on: 30-Oct-2016 Stayed for: 2 nights
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New mobile camp at Ngorongoro crater

Interesting location on the crater rim. Very well-equipped and furnished camp. Super rooms with good hot showers and scenic loos.
Attractive central dining and bar area, welcome fire and good food. First class manager - Ben.
We were met at Lake Manyara airport by Ian, our guide. Although he was aware that we were only spending 2 nights at Entamanu, he seemed reluctant to get a waggle on and get to the camp, to be able to enjoy activities on offer (guided walks, local village visit, etc). It felt as though he was trying to conserve fuel by sticking to 40mph on the good tarmac roads from the airport to the Conservation Area entry gates, and we had quite a battle to persuade him to arrange a hike with one of the park rangers. We were keen to get some exercise, and the 2 hour hike from the park rangers lodge to Entamanu was enjoyable and just what we needed.
The visit down into the crater was a unique experience, and the game sightings good, although cheetahs and rhino were still in hiding. Again our guide seemed to want to cut short our visit to the crater, and we had to insist on seeing a fine lake that attracted lots of wildlife, and would have been a great spot for the picnic.

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