Set on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater within 10 minutes of drive down to the crater floor is Ang'ata Ngorongoro Camp. The camp is set under an acacia forest on the north eastern side of the Ngorongoro Crater's rim.
The Ngorongoro Crater is on many peoples bucket list of places to see and visit. This natural wonder is the largest unflooded, intact volcanic caldera in the world. The actual crater is about 20 km across and 600 meters deep, and covers 300 sq km. Within the rim there are an estimated 30,000 animals, making this one of the densest concentration of wildlife within Africa.
With just 8 guest tents (including a family tent), you can be sure of a personal level of service. The main camp also has a dining room and a lounge - the ideal place to meet other travellers and share your day’s safari stories. The local bush TV - otherwise known as the camp fire - is lit when the weather permits.
A Masai Boma is located a few kilometres away for those who wish to meet the Masai people.
For the more adventurous the camp offers sunset walks and hikes to or around the nearby Empakaai Crater. All nature walks and hikes are done in the company of an armed ranger.