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Travelling along the Rift Valley: Lake Natron Halisi Camp

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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 1/42 Arrival
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 2/42 Reception and lounge
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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 4/42 Reception and lounge
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 5/42 Reception and lounge
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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 7/42 Mess tent
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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 12/42 Common bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 13/42 Common bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 14/44 Bathroom's solar panel
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 15/42 Toward the guests tents
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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 17/42 Double tent
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 18/42 Washbowl in the verandah
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 19/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 20/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 21/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 22/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 23/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 24/42 Tent interior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 25/42 Bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 26/42 Bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 27/42 Bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 28/42 Shower
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 29/42 eco toilet
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 30/42 Bathroom
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 31/42 Tent exterior
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 32/42 Tent exterior and solar panels
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 33/42 Tent exterior and the shower bucket
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 34/42 A white-browed sparrow weaver [plocepasser mahali]
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 35/42 Kitchen
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  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 41/42 Fridges' solar panels and internet antenna
  • Lake Natron Halisi Camp 42/42 Path-marking lamps

Lake Natron Halisi Camp is located in Natron.

The concession area, just off the dirt road that leads to the southern shores of the lake, is arid and dusty dotted with acacia trees under which foliage the guests tents have been raised.

The camp consists of about ten tents, with en-suite bathroom. Hot water for the shower – about 20 litres - is supplied by the camp staff at the agreed time. The eco-toilet works without water. Electricity is provided by solar panels however there are no sockets in the rooms and mobiles and video devices need to be charged at the bar.

It is complemented by the mess tent and the little reception with lounge.

Lake Natron Halisi Camp offers an average level of servicing and, at the moment, probably the best price/quality ratio in the area. If we don’t take into consideration the proximity  to the dirt road leading to the lake, the major  shortcoming might be that during the hottest month, from December to January, your tent can definitely be hot. These months are in fact pretty hot in Natron

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

INDICATIVE RATES 2015 per night per person sharing

from 01/01 to 31/12

$ 204 
Christmas supplement from 23/12 to 01/01 $ 30
Children 0 - 11 $ 102
Children 12 - 15 $ 150

Rates include: full-board exclusive of beverages.

Above rates do not include other costs associated to the trip such as for instance park entry fees, land or air transfers, activities, 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: 6
Staff: 8
Activities: 8
Camp design: 6
Food: 8
Cleanliness: 8
Value: 8