Ang’ata Migration – Ndutu Camp (south)
At just 800 meters southwest of Lake Ndutu lies the Ang’ata Migration Ndutu Camp on a hill above a swamp. From here, you have an amazing observation position of the wildlife directly below the camp. This beautiful camp lies close to Lake Masek, the Ndutu airstrip and Shamba Maharagi, the short grassy plains where from late December to March the wildebeest gather in their millions to give birth.
The Ang’ata Migration Bologonja Camp boasts 12 large guest tents (including a 2-tent family unit), a lounge and a dining tent. Tents can be double or triple (on request), with ensuite bathrooms and one king-size bed or 2 single beds. Breakfast, lunch and dinner are served in the dining tent, every day freshly prepared by the chefs. And last but not least, a bush TV (campfire!) takes care of your entertainment at night with zebras braying and lions roaring throughout the night.