Lake Masek Tented Camp is a small eco-friendly camp set in the North West of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, just south of the Serengeti National Park.
Guests enjoy year-round game-viewing, with all the Big Five in the area and the location is particularly good for the Wildebeest Migration from December to April each year.
Lake Masek Tented Camp has a main thatched lodge area connected by pathways to 20 spacious guest tents which are raised on platforms. Each tent has en-suite facilities and double / twin or triple beds. There is also a veranda for each tent from which guests can sit and watch the wildlife on nearby Lake Masek.
The main lodge features a restaurant and lounge and has spectacular views of the Lake. Meals are served in the restaurant or on the lodge terrace.
- Bush breakfasts and sundowners
- Hot-air balloon flights (December to March, payable)
- Game drives by 4×4 vehicles
- Bush walks
- Visit Olduvai Gorge and Museum
The camp is eco-friendly with solar panels, water collected during in rainy season, and biodegradable products.
Nearest airstrip: Ndutu Airstrip 20 minutes away.