Ngorongoro Serena Safari Lodge

Ngorongoro Serena Lodge is built into the rim of a dormant and collapsed volcano (known as a caldera) with plants and ivy-covered native stone blending masterfully with its surroundings. Close by lies the Olduvai Gorge, the "birthplace of man". Today the volcano and surrounding landscape are part of a vast conservation area inhabited by the Masai tribe, as well as an extraordinary variety of big game and birdlife. Most guest rooms have private terraces with views of the crater floor where countless animals make their home. At Ngorongoro Serena Lodge visitors co-exist in perfect harmony with the natural environment and the wildlife that inhabits it. Plant and ivy-covered native stone blending masterfully with its surroundings.

LOCATION: At Ngorongoro Conservation Area, a distance of about 180 Kms. (04 hours) from Arusha or 40 minute flight from Arusha Airport to the Ngorongoro airstrip and 80 kms. (02 hours) from Lake Manyara.

CLIMATE: At an altitude of the Lodge is 6,000 feet with cool and cold weather, especially during the winter months of June and July when temperatures can get as low as 10' C or 50'F. Rest of the time is sunny. Rains between November and May.