Lemala Ndutu

At a glance

  • Phenomenal migration viewing
  • Prime Lake Ndutu position for bird watching
  • Authentic safari camp

Facilities Lemala Ndutu

Sustainable features

The stunning Lemala Camps and Lodges in Tanzania have a fantastic ethos, giving back to the local community and offering future opportunities and training within the tourism industry. Efforts in sustainability across their collection include:
• 100% off grid state-of-the-art power system
• Buildings double as platforms for solar panels, providing hot water
• State-of-the-art ‘Reverse Osmosis’ providing 100% safe drinking water and reducing the usage of 20,000 plastic bottles a year
• Ban on plastic bottles and straws
• Old stock of plastic bottles are turned into desks for the local school
• 30% of steel structures created from recycled scrap metal
• Over 40% of staff employed from the local community
• Wherever possible, food and supplies are sourced locally
• Social enterprise projects, including 32 stay at home mums who make biodegradable lunch boxes for guests
• Provision of clean and safe drinking water in local schools and communities
• Tree planting projects
• School project provides desks, chairs, school supplies and solar-powered reading lights
• Employment opportunities for reformed street children through the Watoto Foundation

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