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Halisi Natron Camp
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Halisi Natron Camp


... is located in the Lake Natron area of Northern Tanzania.

+ situated in the fabulous Lake Natron area
+ some of the most magnificent scenery in East Africa
+ hiking the active volcano Ol Donyo Lengai
+ viewing the flamingoes on Lake Natron
+ swimming in waterfalls

- a tough overland journey
- rather simple camp

This relatively simple tented camp is situated in a patch of light acacia woodland close to the main dirt track that runs through the area just to the south of Engaresero village, below the rift escarpment and looking out across the flats towards the distant lake.

The camp comprises a simple tented mess and several decent guest tents with private bathrooms.

It is open June to March.

The reason to endure the tough journey all the way out here is to gain access to some of Tanzania's most dramatic volcanic scenery. From the camp it is possible to walk out onto the soda flats to see the flamingoes, swim in local waterfalls and attempt the summit of the active volcano Ol Donyo Lengai.

Halisi Natron Camp is simple but pleasant enough. Since the tough journey to get here tends to filter out all but the more hardy and outdoorsy types, most find the camp to be more than adequate.

The usual stay duration is 1 to 3 nights.
Seasonal Lodge Rating
Jan 7.5
Feb 6.0
Mar 5.5
Apr 5.0
May 6.5
Jun 7.5
Jul 8.0
Aug 8.0
Sep 8.0
Oct 8.0
Nov 7.0
Dec 7.5
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