Accommodation rating: Superior
Nduara Loliondo is a nomadic camp that moves between north and south Loliondo, allowing you to see the best of what this stunning area has to offer. The camp consists of six large yurts (sleeping a maximum of 12 people at any one time), with a dining yurt and separate lounge/library yurt. Each yurt has its own ensuite bathroom attached to the back of the main sleeping area, featuring a traditional safari bucket shower and compost style toilet. 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), which helps to keep the yurt feeling open and airy.
The landscape and game viewing in the area is spectacular. Activities from camp include private game drives in 4WD vehicles with your own private guide, bird watching, picnics and sundowners in stunning locations and cultural visits with the Masai. A great emphasis is also given to walking safaris and night drives, as neither of these activities are possible within the Serengeti itself.
From December to June, the camp is located in the open plains of Piyaya, bordered by the Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Gol Mountians, and Sanjan Gorge. Here, resident game is excellent, and the migration will periodically pass through the area. From mid-June to December the camp borders Kenya's Masai Mara to the north and the Serengeti National Park to the west, offering a great mix of resident game. It is also excellent walking country with dramatic scenery of rock kopjes and woodlands.
As sightings of the migration can't be guaranteed from Nduara Loliondo, we would suggest linking a stay here with a stay at Serengeti Safari Camp.
Please call 020 3813 2966 for more information or to make a booking.