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Why we like it
- An authentic bushcamp in the heart of the Serengeti
- With only eight beautiful tents you can expect superb service from the team of outstanding staff
- Contribute to responsible tourism with Dunia Camp, which supports local communities, and as a bush camp it leaves no damage to the wilderness
- Drinks and supper are served around the atmospheric campfire
- Visit from March to June for the ideal time to get into the thick of it with the migration
The area around Dunia Camp also includes the rhinoceros sanctuary –this is one of the few places in the Serengeti where you will almost certainly find the endangered black rhino.
We had no expectations, as this was a first safari for all of us. We were impressed and very comfortable.
- BM, Inverness
Dunia Camp is made up of eight simple yet elegant tents raised on the side of Nyareboro Hill offering exquisite views over the grassy savannah of the Serengeti. The camp uses natural, locally-crafted materials wherever possible, creating a camp with an African soul that leaves no footprints. Sit out on your veranda with your morning coffee as the sun slowly creeps above the horizon, dine in the open sided mess-tent, or sip ice cold drinks by a roaring camp fire to tales of the days adventures –everything pays testament to nature, not isolating you from it, but encompassing it.
The camp itself comprises of luxury en suite tents and the main area, with lounge section and dining area. There are plenty of places to relax after game viewing: choose to recline on your veranda, or kick off your shoes and curl up with a book in the lounge - someone is always on hand to serve ice cold refreshment. Dining is a real treat here;especially considering everything is made fresh in the bush. For those looking to connect with nature, Dunia Camp is the choice for you.
Kilimanjaro (for Northern Tanzania), Dar es Salaam via Nairobi (for Selous, Ruaha, Zanzibar)
11 hours 30 minutes including transit stop
GMT +3 hours
Required for UK passport holders
Yellow fever certificate required
Best time to travel
December - March, July - October
Due to Tanzania's proximity to the equator the climate is generally warm year round ranging between 25°C to 32°C, there are however regional variations. With two rain seasons, the long rains fall in April and May (into early June) and the short rains falls in October and November. The best times to travel are December, January, February or late June to early October.
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