Lake Eyasi


Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is a traditional safari camp on the shores of Lake Eyasi, beautifully located in a date palm forest. The permanent tents are made up of local materials, making the camp completely blend into the surroundings. The tents are built on a wooden platform and have roofs made of palm fronds. Inside, the tents are spacious and feature beautiful, handmade beds and a bathroom with hot shower.
There is a beautiful view over the lake and from the camp you can enjoy the sunset. The restaurant serves delicious, fresh dishes prepared with local ingredients, such as dairy products from private cattle and vegetables from the surrounding farms. As from all tents, you can also see the lake from the restaurant and bar. For refreshment there is a small swimming pool and over a wooden pier you can walk to a small lakefront deck, where you can lounge with a drink.


Located on a gentle slope, Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge offers stunning views over the seasonal soda lake and up to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Sixteen tastefully furnished spacious rooms are located within the large property, each with a private veranda overlooking the lake. The décor blends elements from the surrounding landscape with modern comfort.
The main Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge building features reception, lounge, bar, inside and outside dining, and a gift shop as well as an open-air upper deck area. The swimming pool offers a welcome and refreshing respite after a long and dusty safari. The lodge serves delicious and fresh continental cuisine, and the friendly staff is delighted to see to their guest’s every need.
The lodge has 16 rooms situated in double cottages located in natural vegetation. Each large en-suite room is furnished with a queen bed or two twin beds with netting, chairs, writing table and luggage racks. Lights and hot water are provided by solar power.


Ziwani Lodge, located on an escarpment overlooking Lake Eyasi in Northern Tanzania, offers sweeping views of the Rift Valley. The property is a fully fledged eco lodge, running solely off solar and wind power. The inspiration of the construction and design came from the local architecture around the area. The open feel of the design with limited amount of glass in the windows, is not only used as a natural cooling system in the rooms and main areas of the property, but also to get guests to feel at one with nature.
The Moroccan-like buildings stand like fortresses on a scrub-covered hillside. Indoors, the main area has classic Zanzibari touches, with rough, whitewashed walls and antique painted wooden doors highlighted with bright cushions and curtains. There are several shaded seating areas on the veranda and a gorgeous, Celtic-cross shaped pool with sun loungers, perfect for maximising the view.
The Moroccan/Zanzibari style continues in the seven, stand-alone rooms, including one family cottage. The whitewashed interior walls that keep them bright and cool are complemented perfectly with antique dark-wood furniture and shutters at the doors and windows. King-sized beds are draped in flowing white mosquito nets, and each large, covered veranda has additional seating, though the best view is from the roof-top terrace. The en-suite bathrooms have huge walk-in showers, double basins, and a W/C.
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