Nduara Loliondo is designed to celebrate cultures around the world. The six tents are comfortable, en-suite Meru style tents in southern Loliondo, close to the Gol Mountains, when the migration, is in the area ensuring superb game opportunities.
Loliondo Camp is tucked away at the base of a kopje in a Masai-owned concession. The camp has recently been renovated with six tents in the style of Mongolian yurts but with a Masai boma theme inside. It sounds confusing but is actually very luxurious and a really novel place to stay.
Each tent has an ensuite bathroom with a bucket shower and the bedrooms feature large beanbags and a desk area where you can write your postcards. Each evening a campfire is lit before dinner with meals consisting of hearty safari food, and breakfast is occasionally taken outside. The beauty of the Loliondo Camp is that it moves location twice a year following the wildebeest migration to provide guests with the best game viewing possible. From December until June the camp is located in the open plains of Piyaya and partners the village community bordering the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Gol Mountains.
The camp then moves to Northern Loliondo area and partners with the Ololosokwan community from mid-June to December between the Masai Mara and the Serengeti. Activities in both these areas include game drives, walking safaris and night drives in very remote regions where the focus is on smaller creatures such as mongoose and chameleons.