Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp

Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp is located on the shores of Lake Eyasi. This small and intimate camp is beautifully set in a wooded area and is part of a two hundred acre family owned farm with a natural spring nearby which feeds into the seasonal soda lake. Each tent has fantastic views over the lake but for the best view enjoy a sundowner on our high platform or on top of the rocky outcrop behind the camp. The camp is designed to blend in with the natural environment. Constructed almost entirely with palms and trees from the area, each of Kisima Ngeda's eight tents are built on a permanent wooden platform with a palm thatched roof, a hand carved bed, and an enclosed bathroom and shower with hot water. The tents are carefully created to be low-impact, spacious, totally comfortable and each has a stunning view of the lake. . Kisima Ngeda’s décor draws on elements from the surrounding landscape and incorporates elements of traditional Hadza and Datoga culture.Kisima Ngeda Tented Camp has consistently been rated excellent by trip advisor and this year we celebrate 5 years running of exceptional reviews and are now officially part of their Hall of Fame

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The camp is designed to blend in with the natural environment. Constructed almost entirely with palms and trees from the area, each of Kisima Ngeda's eight tents are built on a permanent wooden platform with a palm thatched roof, a hand carved bed, and an enclosed bathroom and shower with hot water. The tents are carefully created to be low-impact, spacious, totally comfortable and each has a stunning view of the lake. . Kisima Ngeda’s décor draws on elements from the surrounding landscape and incorporates elements of traditional Hadza and Datoga culture.

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Reviews

Jane and Peter Little

Thank you David for helping us organize a wonderful trip. We stayed two nights Pom Pom Camp which was outstanding. The welcoming atmosphere was perfect after two days of air travel from Canada. The peaceful setting, delicious food, luxurious accommodation and wonderful hosts, Balou and Tessa, made our stay exceptional. We even saw a leopard stretched out on a tree limb over her kill. Thank you Rams for the great guided tours.

Moremi Crossing was very enjoyable with several mokoro and boat rides and also walks which were most informative. Thanks to EB our very informative guide. The food here was also very good and the deck open to the Delta waters with elephants grazing was very relaxing. In both lodges we had our own private decks and soaked up the peaceful atmosphere, bird calls, animals in the distance (and up close!) and expansive views. From there three nights at Chobe Safari Lodge which is quite different - less intimate - but very nice in its own way. The food was excellent, a beautiful swimming pool to relax by, family of wart hogs kneeling about on the lawns.

Very friendly management and excellent game drives, large boat excursions, small boat excursions and a walk to Namibian village made for a super stay. Land and boat transfers took us to Zambia where we stayed at the Bush Buck Lodge with wonderful hosts, Oriel and Allan. We enjoyed the peaceful setting and lovely dinners near the creek. The highlight was the Lion Encounter which was an experience of a lifetime. Victoria Falls were beautiful although less dramatic than from the Zimbabwe side as the water levels were low. Still awesome! From there transfers back to Kasane airport where we flew on to Cape Town and a completely different type of holiday. Would love to come back to the Okavanga Delta and would certainly book with ATI again. Thank you, David.