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    Reviewed 22 December 2017 via mobile

    After visiting the Masai people and seeing their huts made of mud and dung, we moved into the Olduvai camp for a night’s rest. Quaint, sketchy wifi but hey wifi in the outback, one could be a tad grateful for a few words to loved ones waiting to know if we survived the lions
    Solar power used to provide lights in dining room n reception area. Tents had huge zippers which to city folks didn’t seem much protection against a hungry lion. But guards were there to ensure our safety.

    The resort was built among huge boulders. My regret is that by the time we got there, sunset was upon us, so scheduled guided walk was not much of a lure for tired travelers.
    It was dinner n bed till the next day of adventure.

    Stayed: August 2017, travelled with friends
    Thank JeanWN
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    Reviewed 2 December 2017

    Olduvai Camp is in an isolated spot. We arrived after a fantastic day at Ngorogoro Crater and we could unwind there looking out on the magical expanse of the surrounding area. The accommodation was fine and the meals adequate. We had a lovely walk to the nearby Sunset Kopje rock to view the sunset, guided by a Maasai warrior and they are around the camp talking to you if you want. The next day, one of the warriors took us on a 2 hour walk in the local scrubland and we had great conversation with him and lovely scenery, also encountering some of the local Maasai nomads. In the afternoon we were taken on a guided tour of the local Maasai mudhut village and saw how they live - fascinating and a real eye opener in this day and age. We had a real tribal dancing welcome.We even saw their school and the children sang for us. A little touristy and it cost a bit, but all part of the experience. Then back to Olduvai Camp to gaze out on the endless plains and see how the expanse and atmosphere of Africa can get into your bones.

    • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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    Thank peterca20
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    Reviewed 15 November 2017

    We stayed here in the beginning of September and fell in love with all the Maasai people that worked at the camp. They were warm, attentive, smart and took care of us during our stay. We took a wonderful walk out into the bush to see the beautiful elegant giraffes and to take in the fresh air and the wonder of the great bush. The Maasai are beautiful in every way and we would love to recommend this visit too anyone. It is authentic and special and we will remember it forever.

    • Stayed: September 2017, travelled as a couple
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    Thank sps202017
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    Reviewed 24 October 2017

    We stayed here for one night on safari on our honeymoon and it was very memorable. The camp itself is built into the rocks, and you can climb up to the top for an incredible view of the surrounding area. It's in the middle of Maasai country and it was great meeting the ones working at the camp.

    Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
    Thank Tom B
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    Reviewed 22 October 2017

    Out in the middle of no where but gorgeous scenary where some nomadic Massai call home. Very comfortable bed and tent. Delicious meal. Good for one night. Make sure you visit the Massai village and the drifting sands on your way to or from the crater. Drink plenty of Hibiscus tea, sit by the fire.

    • Stayed: October 2017, travelled as a couple
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    Thank ayannaluv
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