Kisima Ngeda

Kisima Ngeda is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi, offering stunning views over the seasonal soda lake with the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on one side and the Alipi escarpment on the other.

Kisima Ngeda has seven spacious tents with a private veranda. These are cleverly hidden amongst the fabulous forest backdrop. Each tent has stunning views through the Doum palms towards Lake Eyasi.

A large lounge area is a perfect place to relax before dinner or with an after dinner drink. The food at Kisima Ngeda is delicious.

The camps décor draws on elements from the surrounding landscape and incorporates elements of traditional Hadza culture.

There is a swimming pool where you can cool off in the heat of the day and a wonderful tree platform for taking in your surroundings and of course the fabulous sunsets against the backdrop of Ol Deani.

While it is possible to see wildlife, what makes Kisima Ngeda really special is the opportunity to visit the local tribes and experience the daily life of the last few remaining hunter/gatherers the Hadza as well as their pastoralist nomadic counterparts the Datoga.

Kisima Ngeda offers peace and tranquillity, the ability to walk, with trails around the lake shore and to nearby tribal villages and the opportunity to visit the Hadze and Datoga, which we highly recommend as part of your trip to Northern Tanzania.


  1. Karen and Chris


    We arrived dusty and tired but soon forgot the longish drive. The location of this camp is utterly stunning, the relaxed ambiance made it one of the best camps we stayed in during our safari. Meals were simple yet delicious, and the ability to be able to walk was just what we wanted thank you Kisima Ngeda

  2. Kathy and Jamie


    Outstanding – an unforgettable experience. Chris and his wife met all newcomers and checked in with people over dinner. So, very personal. Staff were particularly friendly. Being a small camp, it was nice to meet fellow travellers over meals. The tent was fantastic – well laid out with everything you needed. Good to have plentiful supply of bottled drinking water and very nice toiletries. Food was exceptional and they had good wine which was reasonably priced at $4 for a decent sized glass. We walked miles in all directions during our stay and fell in love with the place. Drive there and back was fine – road from the Farm House wasn’t bad at all.

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