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Our tour operator was Kilimanjaro Mountain Safari Club.
Arriving at Olduvai was surreal. After departing Ngorongoro crater and driving through a rainstorm in the Serengeti, this camp appeared out of nowhere. Initially, I thought it was a Masai camp we were touring. But, after the...More
Response from Marion C, Responsable relations publiques at Olduvai CampResponded 2 January 2015
We thank you very much for your nice comment and funny story.
We are happy that you have enjoyed your stay in our Olduvai Camp.
We wish you all the best for the new year and karibu tena Tanzania !
The camp location is great - overlooking the beautiful mountain range and fairly close to the Olduvai Museum (which was underwhelming). The food was fantastic and accommodations were very comfortable.
We had a great time interacting with two of the Masaai guides. We hiked the...More
The Oldvuai Tented Camp is like something straight out of a movie. We drove up to it from the hills after we finished our hike - it was early evening, and it just looked MAGICAL - with giraffes running by and Masai children with their...More
This was a great place to stop between the crater and the Serengeti. You have a thatched hut looking out over the plains, all the huts are placed around a skopji or rocky outcrop. It is really atmospheric and you can sit out watching the...More
We spent two nights here. On the first day we arrived from a full day hike with Maasai guides over Mount Makarot. If you can schedule this hike, it is worth the effort as you hike up the mountain, cross the highland grass areas where...More