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Dunia Camp

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-Authentic safari experience
-Wildlife passing through the camp
-Migration viewing
-Excellent hosts

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Dunia is a high quality, traditional tented safari camp located in the central sector of the Serengeti in North Tanzania, a 45 minute drive from the Seronera airstrip. It is one of the Serengeti's prime game viewing areas and combines both predatory wildlife (large densities of lions and cheetahs) and migration viewing opportunities (December to March). This authentic and high-impact safari experience is inevitably popular, meaning substantial visitor traffic at times, but the camp’s elegance and affable hosts make for a lovely stay.

The secluded camp is centred round a canvas mess which houses the restaurant and main communal guest area. The views across the Serengeti plains are beautiful, and wildlife roams through the camp at night. Hyenas, giraffe and zebra can be seen at a safe distance from all areas.

The accommodation comprises eight comfortable guest tents with private en-suite bathrooms and bucket showers. Activities are mainly focussed on game drives, but there are other things to do including hot air balloon safaris followed by champagne bush breakfasts, sunrise breakfasts atop Soit Le Motonyi rock, and bird watching tours.

Children from 6 years of age are welcome. There is one family tent with a king size bed and two single beds in a separate section. Private safari vehicles are guaranteed for families of six or more during the low season, although in high season any family with children under 12 are obliged to book a private vehicle at additional cost. Private game drives mean greater flexiblity for families, and the expert guides are well accustomed to entertaining children with their bush know-how and incredible wildlife stories. It is important to note that the camp is not fenced and animals do wander through. Whilst it is true that the wildlife tends to stay away from humans and tents, parents will need to keep a close eye on children and not allow them to wander off or play independently.

Belonging to the Asilia Africa stable, Dunia Camp has the feel of the classic safari camps of days gone by, with fantastic service and a little luxury thrown in. Guests can be assured of a wonderful stay in this prime location.

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