Located on a gentle slope, Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge offers stunning views over the seasonal soda lake

    Located on a gentle slope, Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge offers stunning views over the seasonal soda lake and up to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. Sixteen tastefully furnished spacious rooms are located within the large property, each with a private verandah overlooking the lake. The décor blends elements from the surrounding landscape with modern comfort.

    The main Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge building features reception, lounge, bar, inside and outside dining, and a gift shop as well as an open air upper deck area. Our swimming pool offers a welcome and refreshing respite after a long and dusty safari. The lodge serves delicious and fresh continental cuisine and the friendly staff is delighted to see to our guest’s every need.


    • Open all Year
    • All Rooms With Private Bathroom
    • Full Board
    • Wireless (WI-FI)
    • Room Service
    • Swimming Pool
    • Guided Walk
    • Restaurant
    • Check In: 12h | Check Out: 10h


    The lodge has 16 rooms situated in double cottages located in natural vegetation. Each large en-suite room is furnished with a queen bed or two twin beds with netting, chairs, writing table and luggage racks. Lights and hot water are provided by solar power.

    Standard Room

    Standard Room

    Double cottages

    Double Room

    Twin Room

    Twin Room


    Relax after a day of emotions in a luxury lodge with the best seasonal soda lake view.


    Wildlife Viewing, Bird Watching, Cultural Activities, Massage, Hiking and Walking

    Cultural Tours

    The main reason to visit the area is to learn about the culturally diverse local tribes including the Hadzabe (bushmen), Datoga and Barabaig people. Most guests organize these visits through their Tanzanian tour operator but we can assist you if you wish. Some of our lodge staff will be happy to walk with you down to the lake-shore and the swimming pool is always a welcome oasis.


    Lake Eyasi Safari Lodge is located on the edge of Lake Eyasi, on the floor of the Rift Valley near the village of Mang’ola.