Lake Natron is a salt lake located in northern Tanzania, close to the Kenyan border, in the eastern branch of the East African Rift. The lake is fed by the Southern Ewaso Ng'iro River and also by mineral-rich hot springs.
Lake Natron Camp
Location: Lake Natron Camp has been build and managed by an eco-enthusiast Tim Leach,
who is investing a great deal of effort into protecting this unique sensitive wetland environment.
It is operated as a very low impact eco-camp
Website: Lake Natron Camp
Lake Natron Tented Camp
Location: Wild and remote Lake Natron lies in the northeast of Tanzania in between the Ngorongoro Highlands and Serengeti plains. Situated at the base of Africa's only active volcano Oldonyo L'Engai (Mountain of God).
Lake Natron is one of the most alkaline lakes in the world. Home to millions of tiny crustaceans, the lake is a haven for literally thousands of lesser flamingo's and it is one of the most important flamingo breeding grounds on earth.
Website: Lake Natron Tented Camp