If you are planning an African safari holiday and want to witness one of the greatest wildlife shows on earth, Lake Masek may just be the place for you. Here’s why.
Find exclusivity and luxury at Lake Masek Tented Lodge situated in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
This unique location is home to the Wildebeest Migration from December to April each year.
So where is Lake Masek and is it worth the effort for your African safari holiday?
Lake Masek is situated at the Ndutu Plains in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, south of the Serengeti Plains. This unique location is witness to the Wildebeest Migration. There is wildlife such as lion, leopard, cheetah and elephants all year around for those of you travelling outside the migration season.
Lake Masek Tented camp features just 20 luxury spacious tents, en-suite bathrooms with flush toilets and a fine cuisine. It is considered an eco-friendly camp with complete solar power and rain water is collected during the rainy season. This is safari camping in style.
You can sit on your private deck and witness the birth of a wildebeest if your lucky. If not, you can count on seeing hippos wallowing in the Lakes waters and flamingos dancing like ballerinas. And just before dinner, when it is already dark you can take a guaranteed hot shower underneath the stars.
You can easily spend 2-3 nights at Lake Masek Tented Camp. Infact i would recommend that you spend at least 4 nights here even if you are one of those tourists who want to see the entire country in a week. In the evening you may enjoy an appetiser around the camp fire and at day time you can make a Masai guided walking safari or pay a visit to Olduvai Gorge.