Angata Migration Camp
Just south-west of Lake Ndutu, the camp is discretely set on the rift above the marsh allowing safe observation of wildlife just below the center. Eight hundred meters to Lake Ndutu, 5 Km to Lake Masek, and 10 min away from Ndutu Airstrip and the Ranger Post, this location is in easy reach to the south of the Serengeti in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area where the Wildebeest gather in their millions in February to March.
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. to soothe the bruises of a long day’s Safari with a good meal and good night’s sleep in the wilderness.
Available in Main Area
No Swimming Pool
The bush camp consists of 12 Guest Tents, including a two-tent Family unit, a lounge, and a dining tent. The lounge is the place to meet other travelers and share your day’s Safari stories while enjoying a complimentary cup of Tanzanian Coffee or Tea. Breakfasts, lunches, and dinners are served in the dining tent.
All the rooms contain one King-size or 2-3 Twin Beds, bedside tables with lamps, a clothes hanger/luggage shelf, a lockable wooden storage box for cameras and valuables, a solar handheld light, a whistle that serves security and room service purposes. The beds are equipped with Mosquito Nets lowered at turndown by the housekeeping staff.
The Guest Tents consist of a balcony area with Safari chairs and a Coffee table underneath the tent's overhang.
Umbrellas will also be provided if you want to go on a nature walk.