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Travelling along the Rift Valley: Lake Natron Camp

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  • Lake Natron Camp 1/36 Arrival
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  • Lake Natron Camp 3/36 Reception, lounge and restaurant
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  • Lake Natron Camp 9/36 view of the stream running in front of the camp
  • Lake Natron Camp 10/36 View of guests tents along the stream
  • Lake Natron Camp 11/36 Toward guests tents
  • Lake Natron Camp 12/36 Tent exterior
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  • Lake Natron Camp 14/36 Tent interior
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  • Lake Natron Camp 23/36 Tent interior:eco-toilet>
  • Lake Natron Camp 24/36 Tent interior: shower
  • Lake Natron Camp 25/36 The natural pool in front of the tent
  • Lake Natron Camp 26/36 Ol Doinyo lengai from the camp
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  • Lake Natron Camp 28/36 Il ristorante a pranzo
  • Lake Natron Camp 29/36 The restaurant at lunch time
  • Lake Natron Camp 30/36 The restaurant at lunch time
  • Lake Natron Camp 31/36 The restaurant at lunch time
  • Lake Natron Camp 32/36 The restaurant at lunch time
  • Lake Natron Camp 33/36 The restaurant at lunch time
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  • Lake Natron Camp 35/36 The restaurant at lunch time
  • Lake Natron Camp 36/36 Common barthroom at night

Lake Natron Camp is located in Natron, close to the lake's southern shores.

Despite some shortcomings this is our favourite camp in the area. The scenic landscape, the small stream of fresh water that runs in front of the tents that makes you wish to lazily spend half a day to swim and sunbath, wild animals coming to drink morning and evening in front of the camp especially during dry season, all contribute to that. Conversely the lack of shelter from the sun on arrival, the distance between tents and common areas, the wind that might shakes your tent at night does not make it suitable for everyone.

The camp consists of about ten tents, with en-suite bathroom, running water in basin and hot shower. The eco-toilet works without water. Electricity is provided by solar panels however there are no sockets in the room and mobiles and video devices need to be charged at the mess tent which also works as lounge and reception.

For further info on the weather, temperatures and activities in this area follow the link to Lake Natron.

INDICATIVE RATES 2015 a notte a persona in doppia

dal 01/01 al 31/12

$ 252 
Supplemento Natale dal 23/12 al 01/01 $ 30
Bambini 0 - 4 $ gratuiti
Bambini 5 - 12 sconto 50%

Rates include: full board basis, filtered water, 1 bottle of wine per couple, 4 beers or 4 soft drinks per day, walk to southern lake shore with masai guide, birdwatching, walking to footprints dating back 120.000, walking to Ngaresero waterfalls with masai guide, full day of trekking along engaresero stream.

Above rates do not include other costs associated to the trip such as for instance park entry fees, land or air transfers, activities not mentioned above such as Ol Doinyo Lengai trekking, full day along the eastern or western lake shore, game drives and any discounts that may apply in relation to the duration of the safari or to the time of travel which will be automatically applied to quotations.

Rating:
Location: 8
Staff: 7
Activities: 8
Camp design: 7
Food: 6
Cleanliness: 7
Value: 7