About Ndutu Safari Lodge
Ndutu Safari Lodge – once the home of Hugo Van Lawick and Jane Goodall and the center for their extensive biological research into the indigenous flora and fauna in the Serengeti – is located in the south-east of the Serengeti on Lake Ndutu.
This small Ndutu Safari Lodge is a haven of peace, surrounded by acacia trees and the short grasslands of southern Serengeti.
It’s the ideal location for your safari between December and May.
Ndutu Safari Lodge is a peaceful location, with thirty-four cottages made from local materials and each with its private porch, where you can relax after the long car trips in the Serengeti.
Enjoy delicious meals at the restaurant, a refreshing drink at the bar and evenings around the campfire.
Stay at Ndutu Safari Lodge?
Let us know, we’re happy to arrange it for you!