Bordering Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park is the Loliondo region of the famous Serengeti eco-system. Nduara Loliondo is situated here within a game controlled area owned by the local Masai. The focus here is primarily Masai cultural interaction.
Accommodation & Facilities
This small private camp has six tents, one of which is a family tent with two bedrooms and an adjoining sitting area. Each tent has ensuite facilities, including an eco-flush toilet, bucket showers and washbasins. The communal area comprises a comfortable lounge and dining yurt, although you enjoy most meals outside under the stars.
Wildlife & Activities
Nduara Loliondo does not lie within a national park so you have the chance to encounter local wildlife on guided walking safaris and night game drives in 4x4s, and enjoy picnics and sundowners, none of which is usually allowed in a national park. This seasonal camp is open between November and April and offers access to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Gol Mountains and Sanjan Gorge from its setting in the southern Loliondo area close to the Masai community of Piyaya.
Nduara Loliondo Reviews
Great walking, a really brilliant addition to other camps that are more about the driving. Beautiful Masai country, good game, very comfortable and some very fine food, and best of all, a feeling of being deeply immersed in Africa’s miracle.
I really liked this place. Nduara Loliondo Camp is located in Loliondo, bordering the eastern boundary of the Serengeti NP. As this is not a national park area and is Masai land you get to see Masai herdsmen with their cattle grazing. The camp is small and every booking gets a private guide and vehicle. It's totally unique to anything I have seen and is based on a Mongolian village with round “yurts”. Very random but seems to work. The décor is very Masai (lots of beadwork) meets Mongolia (lots of animal skins). The camp spends 6 months in the northern Loliondo region (close to the Masai community of Olosokwan) and 6 months in the southern Loliondo region of Piyaya. Loliondo isn’t going to be a place where you see beasties behind every bush but for a 2 night stay it would give you the chance to do things that they couldn’t do else where like visit a Masai village, go on walks, sundowners on tops of hills, dance with Masai and night drives. Very unique and I think would be interesting for a couple of nights within a game heavy itinerary.
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