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Nduara Loliondo

At a Glance

    Pros

  • as this camp is not located in the Serengeti park but on the outskirts, there is the freedom for game drives at night and bush walks
  • there is the opportunity for authentic Masaai interaction

    Cons

  • the migration will sometimes pass through but is not guaranteed in the Loliondo area
  • there are no credit-card facilities so bring cash if you want to tip the staff

Nduara Loliondo Review

If you want to do your own thing away from the big lodges and busy safari routes, then this small, intimate camp is for you. Taking up to twelve travelers at a time, the "seasonal mobile" camp is run by Nomad Tanzania, a fitting name for a company that specializes in moving you to the game at the right place at the right time. Put yourself in the expert hands of your guide, cooks, waiters, and camp attendants to experience a true old-style safari. Accommodation is in one of six comfortable yurts with hot bucket showers, eco-flush toilets that use enviromentally-friendly bio-digesters. There's a lounge yurt, furnished with funky leather and hide furniture, colorful textiles and deep sheepskin rugs, where you'll get together at the end of a hot dusty day, and a separate dining yurt. Your own vehicle and knowledgeable driver-guide stays with you for the length of your safari, and you can choose to do what you want, where you want. After a day's activities you'll enjoy sipping a glass of chilled white wine by the roaring campfire as you relive your experiences. Nomad operates several mobile camps in Tanzania, but they do not take direct bookings or publish their rates, so you'll need to contact your own safari operator for more information.

    Hotel Details

  • 6 tents.
  • Rate includes all meals.
  • No credit cards.
Updated: 10-02-2012

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