Lake Natron Halisi Camp is open 10 months of the year from June to March.
The camp endeavours to be as green as possible with solar energy and careful water usage and other measures in place to try and ensure the smallest carbon footprint possible, without compromising on service and comfort.
The camp’s location provides sweeping views down to the Lake. Lake Natron is the only breeding ground in East Africa for 2.5 million Lesser Flamingo. The lake is a safe breeding location because its caustic environment is a barrier against predators trying to reach their nests.
Natron is also dominated by the immense Oldoinyo Lengai volcano, which though still active, makes a challenging climbing experience. Close by there is a beautiful gorge walk to the Engaresero waterfalls for a cooling swim, which when combined with a visit to the lake and the opportunity to experience Masai culture in the local villages, all make Natron an enchanting place to break a safari for two or three days.
The camp has 6 large, 6 metre en suite walk-in tents. There are king size beds or a family tent with 1 double and 2 singles. The tents have a separate bathroom area with a bush shower, sink, stand, mirror and toilet. Hot water is boiled and personally brought to your tent on request. Each tent has a small veranda area where you can sit and take in the view.