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The camp is set up on a plateau in the Kiloki kopjes.
Being higher than Olduvai main camp (+ 80 meters alt.) and facing north-west, Olduvai Ndogo offers a commanding view over the endless plains.
During migration's months, one can see hundreds of thousands of gnus in the plains, just in front of the camp...

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Technical information

8 tents, including one family tent (with 2 separate bedrooms)
Triple tents: Yes possible
1 Mess tent / Main area : Lobby, restaurant, bar and public toilets.
1 fire place on the terrace.
WIFI available in the bar and the restaurant.

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8 guest tents are available, all nestled amongst the rocks.
All tents offer spectacular views over the unique Olduvai Area and the endless Serengeti plains.
All tents are En Suite with bathroom (flush toilets, shower and basin) at the back of each tent.
24 hour electricity is provided in each tent thanks to our local solar equipment.

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The restaurant is located under a large makuti roof with wide openings on the two terraces
It can accommodate up to 20 guests.
Before or after dinner, our guests can also enjoy a large choice of drinks at our bar.

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Eco friendly

The camp runs on solar energy for hot water and electricity.
The camp is plastic bottle free. Our guests can enjoy pure drinking water thanks to the latest filtering technology used on site.

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General information

Ndogo means small in Swahili.
Olduvai Ndogo is a permanent camp
The distance between Olduvai main camp and Olduvai Ndogo is not more than one kilometer. Our guests can easily walk from one camp to another with the help of the Maasai and their donkeys (which can then carry their luggage).
Halfway between the two camps, preserved and welcoming Maasai villages can be found, offering visitors a true and authentic immersion into Masai daily life.

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walking with the Masais. The normal access to the camp is by foot. A bit less than one kilometer on a gentle slope through genuine Masai villages up to the camp. Donkeys will help you to carry the luggage up to the camp.

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