Ndutu Safari Lodge is situated in the South-eastern part of the
Serengeti ecosystem. Shaded by majestic acacia trees, each of the
thirty four cottages, which are built of local materials, has a
private verandah facing Lake Ndutu. The Lodge is surrounded by
indigenous trees and shrubs which encourage a host of birds and
mammals to come right to your front door. Tucked well away from the
busy tourist circuit, Ndutu offers peace and tranquillity far from
the madding crowd.
They come here during the rains, December through May. They
calve on the plains in February, they gallop through the woodlands,
and they swim across the lake. From June through November, the
plains are dry and the great herds gone. This is the time when the
resident animals converge around Ndutu's waterholes and marshes -
elephants, giraffes, impalas, every kind of cat, and a profusion of
birds. Wet season or dry, there's lots to see, and you'll never
feel just one of a herd.
Ndutu Safari Lodge consists of 34 stone cottages that extend
from the central, open-sided bar, lounge and dining room.
Each room has its own verandah that overlooks Lake Ndutu. All
rooms have en-suite facilities. The cottages are made from local
materials and offer comfortable, tasteful accommodation. Ten rooms
have a double bed, and there are five triple rooms. We also have
one family room, which can accommodate up to 2 adults and 2
children. All other rooms have 2 single beds. All the rooms are
single storey and are accessible with a wheel chair.