Nduara Loliondo Camp

Nduara Loliondo Camp is a semi-permanent tented safari camp which moves between two locations within the Loliondo Game Controlled Area. The camp is seasonally situated in Piyaya, the southern plains of Loliondo where the Gol Mountains stretch out towards the calving grounds of the wildebeest migration to the West.

Since the camp is situated outside of the boundaries of the National Park, there is the freedom to have nature walks, have picnic lunches, game drive on and off road and stay out for sundowners on rocks with stunning scenery.
From mid-June to November Nduara is situated in the northern Loliondo, in an area called Olosokwan. The area borders the Masai Mara in Kenya to the north and the Serengeti to the west, and is a good location from which to explore the northern and eastern Serengeti

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Highlights for Nduara Loliondo Camp

  • It is a safari camp with a difference
  • The camp is a good destination to experience the migration in the eastern side of the Serengeti
  • Best accommodation to experience activities in the Lioliondo Reserve
  • Offers comfort, good tasty food and service which are of high standard
  • It is situated half an hour’s drive from Kleins airstrip and 10 minutes drive to Kleins Gate.
  • Ideal length of stay: 2 to 4 nights
  • It is a tented camp that changes location every six months of the year; As from June to November, it is pitched on a high northern ridge overlooking a tree-studded valley; between December and May is situated on the vast southern plains
  • Is the ideal destination to get close to wildlife of the Serengeti and gain personal insight into a distinctive way of life
  • Can host limited number of guests


The camp has 6 tents which are well designed and furnished to make your stay a comfortable one. Room amenities include; En-suite bathrooms with eco-flush toilets and bucket showers

Facilities and Services :

  • Lounge area
  • Dining area
  • Library


  • Bush walks
  • Birding
  • Guided walks
  • Hot air ballooning
  • Sundowners
  • Walking safaris
  • Game drives
  • Horse riding
  • Star gazing
  • Night drives
  • Visit the local Masai community

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