Atta Webinar: An update on developments at Ndutu Safari Lodge
- This is an online only event/webinar
- September 13th 2018
Ndutu Safari lodge is perhaps one of the most well-known and indeed well-loved properties in the Serengeti eco system. Established over 50 years ago, long before tourism was fully developed, Ndutu Safari lodge is steeped in history and is famous for its homely warmth and generous hospitality.
A traditional and authentic safari lodge, Ndutu is now under new ownership and this webinar will be an opportunity to update you on the lodge, the location and our future plans.
Ndutu Safari lodge has built a reputation as consistently being the choice of expert guides, professional wildlife photographers, film-makers and biologists alike from Hugo van Lawick and Jane Goodall to BBC film maker Sophie Darlington. The reason? It is simply the best place in the Serengeti eco system to watch and enjoy predators and prey, herds and hunters and is one of the finest locations to witness the extraordinary speed and spectacle of cheetah hunting their prey.
Ndutu Safari lodge is located in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area on the edge of the Southern Serengeti plains filled with towering acacia trees and wide views across Lake Ndutu. Our Lodge comprises thirty four comfortable stone and thatch en-suite cottages beside a relaxed convivial dining/ lounge area all overlooking the ever-changing waters of Lake Ndutu.
Ndutu is one of the finest places to enjoy the natural spectacle of the Great Migration and it is one of the finest places to enjoy watching predators.
We look forward to you joining us for our property webinar and to updating you.
After the webinar a recording will be available. Please register even if you are unable to attend to receive a copy of the webinar. Thank you.Book online now
This is an online only event/webinar