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Lake Eyasi Tindiga Tented Camp

Lake Eyasi Tindiga Tented Camp is a beautiful lodge overlooking the plains of Lake Eysai and in the far the Ngorongoro Highland. The lodge blends in beautifully with the natural environment and we try our best to run the camp with an eco-friendly approach; protecting and preserving the natural resources.

The lodge has only 10 rooms, giving it an intimate atmosphere, with tentative and personalised service. The spacious rooms all have ensuite bathrooms with showers and toilets.

Lake Eyasi is just 1,5 kilometer from the lodge. It is a seasonal salt water lake that almost completely dries up in the dry season. It is the home of the Hadzabe tribe, that are comprised of a few hundred people only. They live a nomadic hunting and gathering life. It is no longer possible for the Hadzabe to live entirely from hunting. Formerly the Eyasi and neighboring Yaida Valley areas supported large populations of both residential and migratory animals, but now the pickings are slim – some small antelope, wild pigs, hyenas, baboons and monkeys are all that remain.

The lodge offers hunting with the bush men, visits of the Datoga tribe (a nomadic tribe in this area), bird watching tours, walking Safaris and other cultural tours.

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Tindiga at a glance . . .
• 10 traditional-style canvas tents, with en-suite bathroom and private veranda
• Bathroom with shower, flush toilet, wash hand basin, soap, towels and bottled water
• Mosquito nets, mosquito coils, candles & matches
• Electrical lighting in tent and bathroom
• Fairytale set-up in the evenings: traditional hurricane lamps in the grounds, along the paths an tents
• Rustic dining room/restaurant built by local Datoga women
• Full & half board rates; lunch boxes available
• Complementary coffee and tea in the afternoon
• Fireplace with lounge area
• Activities: Go hunting with the Lake Eyasi Bushmen, visit their base and get to
know the unique Hadzabe culture and lifestyle, walking safaris to Lake Eyasi, Bird watching

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