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It is located under tall acacia trees and there are superb views of the surrounding savannah. There is a special feeling of proximity to the very varied wildlife, giving a unique atmosphere with a true "old-style safari feel".

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Technical information

There are 8 Tents and setting a Triple Bed Tent is an option.

There is an ease of accessibility Tent.

The Mess Tent, with its large canvas roof and walls, has a wooden floor and holds the Restaurant and Bar; the restaurant seats up to 15 guests and there is a small bar where the guests can enjoy a wide choice of drinks, before or after dinner.

There is a fireplace which gives an old safari style atmosphere and, of course, the fuel wood is obtained from outside the wildlife areas.

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All 8 Tents are all thoughtfully well sited to give lovely views out over the savannah and are very well-appointed, with very comfortable beds and to the rear, spacious en-suite bathrooms which have running water and flush toilets. Electric lighting is provided by a small solar system - available 24 hours.

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Environmentally friendly aspects

The whole camp runs on solar energy for both hot water and electricity.

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The restaurant is settled under a large canvas tent, with a wooden floor.
This restaurant can accommodate up to 15 persons.
A part of the tent is dedicated to a small bar where the guests can enjoy a large choice of drinks, before or after dinner.

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General information

Olaado camp is a temporary and seasonal camp, put up for the optimum times and then moved elsewhere, all depending on the season and wildlife movements.

In the winter and spring months, the camp is in the Ndutu area and between December and March, Ndutu is one of the richest for wildlife in Northern Tanzania. The Great Migration is moving over the short grass plains of the Southern Serengeti, in the bordering area of the Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Serengeti National Park.

In summer and autumn, the camp is put up in the north of Serengeti National Park, where, between June and October, the area holds the returning herds of the Migration. Sightings of the amazing predators who habitually follow the herds is always impressive.

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