Joining with the Serengeti in the north, the plains of Ndutu form part of the annual circular route of the Great Migration. Hundreds of thousands of wildebeest, zebra and antelope fill the grasslands during calving season, followed closely by the predators that prey on them.

The plains of Ndutu, with Lake Ndutu and Lake Masek, offers visitors vast open plains that look as if they reach the end of the world, iconic acacia trees, kopjes and more. Accommodation is available in the form of tented camps or lodges, most offering views across the lake and the vast plains, giving you a true African safari experience.

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Lake Masek Tented Camp - Ndutu - Ngorongoro Crater Region -  Serengeti Migration Area - Tanzania
Lake Masek Tented Camp

With raised, beautifully decorated permanent tents placed far enough apart to ensure privacy, Lake Masek Tented Camp offers guests stylish accommodation in the African bush. Its position in the Ndutu area of Ngorongoro, just south of the Serengeti, is on the annual Great Migration route of millions of wildebeest, zebra and antelope, followed closely by predators. Depending on rainfall, the plains are filled with herds between November and May.

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