Sanctuary Ngorongoro Crater Camp is located on the rim of the Ngorongoro Crater, in Tanzania's Ngorongoro Conservation area with spectacular views of the crater and surrounds.
Ngorongoro is home to a large assortment of animals including zebra, buffalo, warthog, wildebeest, hippo and elephants; and an amazing population of predators - lions, hyenas, jackals, cheetahs and the elusive leopard.
Your first night will be on us when staying a
minimum of four nights at any of our
camps in Tanzania. Also - if you stay for 8 nights, you only pay
for 6! These include Sanctuary
Swala, Sanctuary Kusini,
Saadani Safari Lodge , Sanctuary
Saadani River Lodge and
Sanctuary Escarpment Luxury Lodge,
Sanctuary Ngorongoro Crater Camp or
Sanctuary Serengeti Migration Camp - these lodges and camps can
be combined or booked individually to qualify for the offer.
Sanctuary Escarpment Luxury Lodge is located high on an escarpment in Lake Manyara National Park. A spreading deck surrounds the main lodge; providing breath-taking views of Lake Manyara and the gorge.
Sanctuary Kusini is the only permanent tented camp in the southern Serengeti and provides extraordinary views of the plains below. Every year wildebeest congregate on the camp's "doorstep" in this unspoilt and remote part of the Serengeti.
Sanctuary Serengeti Migration Camp is a tented mobile camp in the Serengeti. This traditional safari camp will move around and follow the migration - ensuring guests are able to view the migration all year round!
Sanctuary Swala is located in a secluded area of Tarangire National Park - arguably northern Tanzania's most interesting park; famous for the large herds of elephants and spectacular baobab trees.
Set on the coast of Tanzania, Sanctuary Saadani Safari Lodge combines luxury safari with a relaxing beach jaunt. Here guests can experience untamed, untouched East Africa combined with the beauty of the Indian Ocean.
The stilted suites of Sanctuary Saadani River Lodge are the epitome of ‘luxury, naturally’, built for rest and relaxation on the southern shore of the Wami River close to the Saadani National Park.