Our Natural African Living Spaces combine intimate, easy comfort with the elegance of design, all well-rooted and balanced within the landscapes and the cultures that surround us.


Nestled in a fever tree forest, on the edge of Ngorongoro, Kisima Ngeda is a cozy camp on the shores of the salt-water seasonal Lake Eyasi. Eight palm-roofed tented chalets look out over the Alipi escarpment and the changing tones of the day offer a natural tonic for sundowners with wholesome food served up by local chefs in the communal bar, lounge, and dining room.


At day’s end, a Tanganyika boiler is fired up with palm fronds for your shower before you are lulled to sleep by Nightjars. Kisima Ngeda is in the ancestral lands of the Hazda hunter-gatherers and Datoga who graciously share their art, lifestyle, cuisine, and culture with visitors.


Olmara is famed for Africa’s big cats and it is a haven for wildlife photographers. Olmara is unfenced, unspoiled, wild, and remote, allowing you to be at one with the wilderness.


Tented suites merge into a grove of acacias, the Ngare Nayuki river valley, and the grassy plains, that are dotted with time-weathered rocky outcrops. The area teems with cheetah, lion, leopard, serval, and other wildlife, providing visitors with an unsurpassed display of predator and prey activity.


Although wild in setting, you will find stylish comfort in one of eight tented suites, each with an en-suite fitted with a shower and flushing toilet.


Esirai Camp moves with a light ecological footprint to follow the great migratory herds of wildebeest that cross the Serengeti each year.


This eight-tented, intimate traveling camp enables you to be a part of this 600-kilometer journey as the Wildebeest, zebra and antelope companions walk their grazing routes from the southern plains to the north for the Mara River crossing.


Using solar power and all eco-friendly practices, visitors are still provided with comfort, attentive service, great local food, and a privileged place from which to witness one of Nature’s wonders.


Set in flowering gardens and surrounded by towering trees and coffee estates, Katambuga House is an oasis of tranquility within Arusha – the gateway to your Tanzanian safari experience. Casually elegant, the main house pays homage to local design and texture and features original photographs and spectacular African art.


The generous rooms open onto covered verandas and the gardens that include a swimming pool. It is the space to reset your pace to African time and spirit. A stroll in the area will showcase Mount Meru dominating the skyline and offer up a birding treasure hunt as you spot a few of the many bird species listed in the Arusha area.


Olkeri Camp, the newest property of Entara Lodges & Camps, opened in the summer of 2022. Entara signed an agreement with the Randilen association, representing 20,000 people from eight rural Maasai communities, establishing a long-term partnership to develop and operate a luxury eco-tourism Camp in the Southern section of the concession. 
A generous dining area and lounge nestle at the base of 2 ancient baobab trees that overlook the valley and waterhole at the heart of the camp. Eight spacious, self-contained guest tents are located along seasonal watercourses for privacy, replete with views of rocky banks and shaded by gnarled old-growth Acacia, Terminalia, and Commiphora. Spacious verandahs provide a relaxing environment to watch the changing tones of the day and enjoy the prolific birdsong. 


Katambuga House
Olkeri Camp
Kisima Ngeda Camp
Olmara Camp
Esirai Camp
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