Isoitok Camp Manyara

Endless Views

Isoitok Camp Manyara

The People of the Land

Isoitok Camp Manyara

Fine Bush Cuisine

Isoitok Camp Manyara

Home and Away from Home

Isoitok Camp Manyara

Untouched Culture

In Balance with Nature

An intimate private camp in a beautyful bush location.

A little piece of Africa as you had always imagined and dreamed it to be.

A grass root cultural experience and a true look behind the scenes into Maasai culture.

Tented Camp

We wanted to do something different and put tent design, engineering and carpentry to the test with a magical result.


The tents are thoughtfully located with plenty of bush and natural fencing to give you the seclusion and privacy you need.

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“Top of the bill here, one of our best stays in a couple of years”

We stayed here only one night, a real pity for this is heaven on earth. Sympatic and professional Joseph treats you as really special guests: he gave us so much service and attention this camp became a place we will never forget. The food is of a rare class so...

“Just an amazing place to relax and enjoy what the bush has to offer!”

I was looking for a week-end escape and found exactly what I was looking for! friendly staff, amazing and fresh food, attention to details and amazing walks to the hill with breathtaking views on Lake Manyara and the Rift Valley! Never saw such a sunset in front of me...

“Can’t get more authentic than this place!”

I recently returned from a 7-day safari with my 10-year old son and brother. We stayed at Isoitok camp for one night and all I can say is that I wish we had stayed longer! We loved everything about this special place. The tents are well-appointed, the food was good,...


The camp is close to three prime wildlife areas, so suitable for daytrips.


If you would like to dive a little deeper into the lifestyle of the Maasai,

we are offering you real life experiences (not staged).

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Tanzania, East-Africa

The camp is set in a rich wild savannah bush location with an altitude of 1075 metres above sea level.

It backs onto the Losimingorti mountain range acting as a natural wildlife corridor from the Ngorongoro highlands through to Manyara conservancy and on into Tarangire National Park.

Sustainable Tourism

We attempt to make as low an impact on the environment as possible. The camp uses solar energy and rain harvesting tanks to minimise ecological impact.


We respect the local community and work closely with them.

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