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Nduara Loliondo Camp Properties

Nduara Loliondo Camp
12 "Yurt" Beds or Tents

The 12 bed "yurt" camp has replaced Loliondo Safari Camp, and continues to move between north & south Loliondo to give you the best of what this stunning area has to offer. Although the Serengeti park boundaries officially define the Serengeti itself, the eco-system goes way beyond and encompasses all of the Loliondo area. The landscape and game viewing is spectacular, with lots of resident game, and stunning private campsites which highlight the beauty and amazing diversity of this area.The camp consists of six large yurts, with a dining yurt, and separate lounge/library yurt. Each accommodation yurt has it's own en-suite bathroom - attached to the back of the main sleeping area - with traditional safari bucket showers and short drop toilets (replaced by new compost style toilet system by May 07). The yurts have been designed to be as cool as possible during the day, and have wrap-around shade net windows with flaps that can be rolled up or down. There is also a traditional open 'wheel' in the centre of the roof (in Mongolian gers this is where the chimney of the fireplace would be located). This helps to keep the yurt feeling open and airy. There is a canvas 'cap' that covers the wheel at night, or in bad weather.
Southern Loliondo, Tanzania


June - October; December - March

The best months for travelling to Tanzania are June through the end of October and then December through the end of March. And it is said that the annual wildebeest migration is the largest movement of animals on the planet. Both Serengeti and Loliondo Safari Camps are seasonally mobile and positioned to take full advantage of the incredible natural phenomenon of the Wildebeest migration. But even with the most exceptional and experienced guides, it can be difficult to predict the actions of over a million indecisive wildebeest. Which all adds to the adventure. From December to May, the herds graze on the southern plains. Around June, they cross the Grumeti River into the Western Corridor and from mid-July until November, they migrate further north towards Bologonga and the Mara River.
Game Drives, Walking Safaris, Great Game Viewing and Birding & Picnics and Sundowners in Stunning Locations.

Private game drives in 4WD vehicles with your own guide, walking safaris, night game drives, great game viewing and birding, picnics and sundowners in stunning locations.
Local Info

The Serengeti ecosystem extends beyond the eastern boundaries of the national park into the Loliondo Game Controlled Area, where Maasai tribes share the land with resident wildlife. We aim to integrate community conservation efforts with sustainable tourism, from landscape and culture to the preservation of its wild life. Although efforts include micro-loans, village scholarships and the building of clinics and schools, Nomad takes community conservation one step further and seeks to distribute the rewards of game guardianship to all members of the Maasai community and make them true custodians of their wild neighbours and ancient lands.
This new camp was designed to celebrate nomadic cultures around the world; the Mongolian Gers or Yurts, the Navajo tepees, and our own Maasai bomas. The outcome of this heady mix of culture, style, comfort and wilderness, is the most amazing camp you will ever see.
From December to June, the camp is located in the open plains of Piyaya, partners with the village community. This area is bordered by the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Gol Mountains, and Sanjan Gorge. Here, resident game is excellent, and the migration will periodically pass through the area. From mid-June to December the camp partners with the Ololosokwan village community in the north Loliondo area. Bordering Kenya's Maasai Mara to the north and the Serengeti National Park to the west, this area also offers a great mix of resident game, and is excellent walking country with a dramatic scenery of rock kopjes and woodlands. The emphasis in both these areas is on walking safaris, and night drives, neither of which are possible with the Serengeti itself, and also on cultural visits with the Maasai. Ask about our fabulous Flying Wildebeest Feast itinerary: an amazing safari incorporating Nduara Loliondo, Serengeti Safari Camp and Nomad Tarangire.

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