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When to go - Seasons and Prices

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January

January and February often experience a bit of a dry spell which occurs something between the short rains and the long rains. The days are clear and bright, with the odd bit of cloud ascending up the Crater walls and over camp. Entamanu is on a site which can get windy and cold - this is the wild side of the Crater and so it is important to pack warm throughout the year. As is well known with the Crater, game viewing is generally fantastic year round.

February

January and February often experience a bit of a dry spell which occurs something between the short rains and the long rains. The days are clear and bright, with the odd bit of cloud ascending up the Crater walls and over camp. Entamanu is on a site which can get windy and cold - this is the wild side of the Crater and so it is important to pack warm throughout the year. As is well known with the Crater, game viewing is generally fantastic year round.

March

Similar to January and February but with greater rainfall. This is when the Crater recieves most of its rainfall and most days will get rain, although it seldom lasts all day. Entamanu is on a site which can get windy and cold - this is the wild side of the Crater and so it is important to pack warm throughout the year as evenings and early mornings can be chilly.

April and May are two of our favourite months in the Crater. There are far fewer people, dramatic rain storms roll around the rim but seldom last all day, and the days are generally sunny and warm. Entamanu is on a site which can get windy and cold - this is the wild side of the Crater and so it is important to pack warm throughout the year as evenings and early mornings can be chilly.

Camp Itinerary

Day by day

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Drive from Arusha to Ngorongoro Crater

Drive from Arusha to Ngorongoro Crater

Your Nomad guide will take you on a journey into the highlands of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. 

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Days 1 - 2

Entamanu Ngorongoro

At Entamanu Ngorongoro we define our version of this iconic wilderness. Our site allows us to drive down into the Crater soon after dawn and well before the crowds. Our guides, because they know wilderness is a pleasure best taken alone, are incredibly clever at avoiding people while showing you breathtaking wildlife. We love to walk, and walking along the Crater rim with our highly trained Nomad guides, an armed scout and a local Maasai it is a chance to learn about the smaller things, and the ancient Maasai culture. A visit to the nearby Maasai boma, to which we have exclusive access is an experience not to be missed. Read more about Entamanu Ngorongoro.

We have exclusive access to a neighbouring Maasai boma at Entamanu Ngorongoro. Integral to any cultural interactions we offer at our camps is that they are genuine and not marred by the presence of tourists.
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Drive from Ngorongoro Crater to Ndutu Serengeti

Drive from Ngorongoro Crater to Ndutu Serengeti

A safari from Ngorongoro Crater to the Ndutu area in Serengeti, where our Serengeti Safari Camp is set up.

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Days 3 - 5

Serengeti Safari Camp

Serengeti Safari Camp was the first of it’s kind. It was designed with a purpose in mind; to be in the best possible location to view the wildebeest migration as it covers hundreds of miles of the Serengeti each year. So it should come as no surprise that it really hasn't changed much since it's early pioneering days. This camp is all about our fabulous guides getting you right into the action. Be it the drama of a river crossing, the awesome breathtaking moment of seeing the herds stretch for impossible miles, or a huddle of cheetah cubs in the long grass we are in the thick of it. Read more about Serengeti Safari Camp. 

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Transfer Day

Transfer Day

Say goodbye to your Nomad guide and fly back to Arusha. 

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