Lake Natron Camp
Lake Natron Camp has a wonderful setting beside a stream in the Great Rift Valley. The camp is near the shore of the remote and extraordinary Lake Natron in northern Tanzania.
Accommodation & Facilities
Lake Natron Camp has ten tents, with shade-cloth covers offering shade from the sun and protection from the wind. The tents have big beds, en-suite bathrooms with a shower, running water, and a flushable composting loo. The camp has a central mess tent with a dining room and a bar, and relaxation space inside and out. There is a natural pool in the stream which is perfect for a cooling dip.
Wildlife & Activties
Thousands of lesser flamingos choose the intensely alkaline waters of the lake for their breeding ground thanks to the rich food supply, which is the algea that grow in such extreme conditions. The activities on offer around the lake include walks, hiking up into the Rift Valley escarpment, climbing Ol Donyo Lengai, bird watching, meeting the local Masai people, waterfall walks, visiting the community project, and swims in the river.