Ngorongoro Crater Lodge is made up of three separate camps –North Camp, South Camp and Tree Camp, which operate independently of each other. Each camp has an elegant sitting and dining room, an outdoor dining area and viewing decks. The living rooms have woven banana bark ceilings and are adorned with hand beaded chandeliers, carved and gilded wall plaques, brocade sofas, Persian carpets, candles and bowls of red roses.
Discover Africa Travel magazine describes Ngorongoro Crater Lodge as “Versailles meets Maasai in the game lodge at the edge of the world”. Ngorongoro Crater safari accommodation doesn't get better than this.
The suites are based on traditional Maasai manyattas (homesteads) and are sumptuously furnished, with panelled walls and floors made of Tanzanian hardwoods, raw silk curtains, a butler’s lobby and an en-suite bathroom with a chandelier-lit bathtub. A fire place sits in the corner and is lit in the evenings by your personal butler.