Entamanu Ngorongoro sits on the remote Northwestern corner of the Ngorongoro Crater rim. The camp is accessed via its own road from where there are spectacular views down over the Southern Serengeti before popping up over the Rim to the immensity of the Crater below. This is one of the only sites at the Crater where it is still an experience of the Crater as it used to be. Far from the crowds, tucked away and remote. This site is in the only place where you can watch the sun rise over the Crater, and set over the Serengeti.
It can be cold here, it can be windy and it can be foggy, but come prepared and the reward is great. This is how it feels to really live on the edge of the world, right up close and personal with the wild of these volcanic highlands. A lot of thought has gone into keeping everyone comfortable here where the elements are king. Gas heaters in the rooms, fires in the main mess and lots of cosy corners wrapped in sheepskin. The wind can be intense depending on the seasons so the camp is designed to limit any noise in the rooms at night. It is important to be aware that this experience is about feeling like you are on the edge, not about 5 star frills and fancies.