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Melbourne, Australia
Reviewed 15 September 2016 via mobile

This little camp was lovely. In a Natural bush setting approx 1 hour safari drive from migration crossing of the Mara river. The tents were very comfortable with queen bed good shower in tent and flushing toilet. All the comforts of home with slippers and robes provided. Great dining tent with lovely buffet selection and soup. Also Coffee and dessert....

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New York City, New York
Reviewed 28 August 2016

We had such a nice time at the Angata camp. The entire team was so generous and took such great care of our 9 yr old boy. Amazing staff and with well kept tents. Loved relaxing in the tents and seeing the herds go by. Amazing.

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Dublin, Ireland
Reviewed 13 August 2016

This was out second stay in a tented Ang'ata camp (after N'goro goro) and we just love it. Compared to other luxury tents we stayed at, these ones are just the best. Everything is just refined to ensure travelers have a wonderful stay. From the amenities, to the views, to the food, to the Wifi and the tents ... all...

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mumbai
Reviewed 21 July 2016

This is a tented accommodation in northern serengeti. The staff is helpful and the breakfast is good. They deliver in what can be termed difficult circumstances . Lighting in the tents can be improved. One can barely see anything after dark

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Dongguan, China
Reviewed 17 June 2016

We stayed at the camp fro two nights as part of a tour with Safari Infinity, a fine local tour company. On a rise above a riverbed, the camp features tents which are moved seasonally. Ours had separate sleeping, shower, toilet and vanity areas and was just perfect. We were a short walk (always escorted for safety) from the central...

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Mumbai
Reviewed 3 April 2016

We stayed at the Ang'ata Migration Camp in Ndutu in Jan 2016 for 2 nights. It was our best experience on safari till date. 12 isolated camps-masai tribesmen protecting you and guiding you- open tents- hyena calls at night- zebra and gazelle strolling around at breakfast time- all in all the most unique experience ever. Dont expect any 5-star thrills....

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Theni, India
Reviewed 19 March 2016

We 8 of us stayed for 3 nights in the Ang'ata Migration camp in Ndutu. We had stayed in various tented bush camps like the Kati Kati Camp and also the Tortilis Camps in the central Serengeti and also in the Wild Frontiers Migration Camp in the Northern Serengeti also Tamboti and few other Camps in Kruger South Africa, but...

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Reviewed 16 March 2016

we stayed here for 3 nights in 4 tents. All tents are nice and there was a family tent which was very nice. we have stayed in lot of tented camps but this stay is special. It was more remote and more inside bush. we were always surrounded by some wild animals. food was very good, very tasty, especially their...

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AngataFmH, Propriétaire at Ang'ata Migration Ndutu Camp, responded to this review

Dear sundar m, thank you for taking the time to review our Ang'ata Migration Camp in Ndutu, we are very pleased you enjoyed the food and your stay in our property in general, we will thank the staff on behalf of you. Kindest regards, The Ang'ata Camps & Safaris Management

Reviewed 9 March 2016

this place is supposed to be one of the nicest camps but it's has some terrible malfunctions. the food is ok (not bad but nothing too fancy). tent windows only close on the outside so you have to go out of the tent at night if you want to avoid sun in the morning (so silly) and the worst was...

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AngataFmH, Owner at Ang'ata Migration Ndutu Camp, responded to this review

Dear Gal V, we are very sorry you could not fully enjoy your stay in our Migration Camp in Ndutu. The water being a very scarce commodity especially in that particular setting it can happen that our Manager needs to pump water from the borehole at the lake, the water quality of the lake not being controllable we are sorry...

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Reviewed 27 February 2016

Enjoyable 2 night experience and well looked after by Jason and his team, including the Maasai warriors who escorted us safely to and from our tents, under a sky full of stars. Excellent standard of accommodation with plentiful buffet meals and a nice packed lunch which we ate whilst watching hundreds of wildebeest crossing the lake just below the camp....

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Official Description (provided by the hotel)
From December 'till end of March Ang'ata Migration Camp is located in Ndutu area close to migration route with a view on Lake Ndutu. Wildlife is abundant in this season as the Wildebeest migration settles here for a few months to graze and breed before returning north, deep into the Serengeti. They are joined by numerous Zebra, Elands, Hartebeests, Impala, and of course their predators, Lions, Leopards and Cheetahs that roam the area throughout the season. We can organise nature walks accompanied by an armed Ranger around Lake Ndutu or to a nearby Maasai Boma as here, in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, you are in the most authentic part of the Maasai country. From July to October Ang'ata Migration Camp moves to the northern Serengeti at Bologonja, in the vicinity of Mara River. Only 50 min drive to witness the famous Wildebeest crossing. ... more   less 

Additional Information about Ang'ata Migration Ndutu Camp

Address: Ndutu | P.O. Box 15584, Arusha, Ngorongoro Conservation Area 15584, Tanzania
Region: Tanzania > Arusha Region > Ngorongoro Conservation Area
Price Range: ₹ 23,294 - ₹ 56,532 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 12
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“Its a tented accomodation with attached toilet and bath. Water though is a issue .”
 of 5 bubbles vgsr, 21 Jul 2016 | Read review
“all 12 tents are the same. Ask for the tents closer to the dining tent.”
 of 5 bubbles theglobaltraveller, 3 Apr 2016 | Read review
“if you are 4 then choose the family room”
 of 5 bubbles sundarm2015, 16 Mar 2016 | Read review
“I think all the rooms are the same”
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“There are a few large tents with two rooms + bathroom”
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