Serengeti National Park
Dunia Camp is close to the Moru Kopjes, this is the Southern section of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park and is easily accessible from Arusha or Kilimanjaro. The camp is both beautiful and unpretentious with just eight tents of which one is a family unit. Dunia Camp is a great location from which to view the migration which passes the camp twice each year in the months of March and December.
Our stay here was delightful, this is one of the only camps in Tanzania that is operated by a completely female staff and the differences were remarkable. Warm, cosy and intimate with small touches that made a large impact on us as guests.
With so few tents you are assured of personal service and an intimacy that is not found elsewhere. Each tent has a king size bed or twin beds. There is also a day bed that can be converted into a bed for a third person if requested. The tents are beautifully appointed and every small consideration has been thought of to make your stay here memorable. At the back of each tent is an en suite bathroom with the usual amenities as well as solar powered hot water.
The front area of the tents has a wide veranda that can be isolated from the rest of the tent with zips and features a couch and writing table. All the tents have sliding doors and are also raised off the ground to provide good views of the surrounding bush and wildlife that wander past.
The main area of the camp has a very comfortable feel and leads out to a fire area where pre-dinner drinks are served.
Dunia activities focus on game drives and with the camps location being quite isolated its almost feels like you’re completely alone in the Serengeti – quite spectacular. The area is known for big cats as well as very good rhino sightings.
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