Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge is built of stone and is covered in local plants and creepers, blending into the natural surroundings. There are 75 rooms, all with en suite shower rooms and furnished with wooden furniture and African artefacts. All rooms have a private terrace with views down to the Crater.
The split level dining and bar area has a wall of windows to allow you to view the changing scenery as you enjoy your choice of either international or local cuisine. Should you chose to, you can take your breakfast or lunch outside under the Acacia grove – and what about a sundowner high on the Rim of the Crater?
There are many things to do whilst staying at Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge. The Crater is a natural sanctuary for over 25,000 animals, including the black Rhino. You can see a microcosm of Africa in one day by taking a game drive from the lodge, or why not take a bush walk or an excursion to nearby Olduvai Gorge, the birthplace of mankind where one of the most controversial Palaeolithic finds of recent times was made?
The Crater also serves as a conservation area for the Maasai tribe – you can visit authentic villages, cattle markets and handicraft groups if you would like to do so.