The true heart of the Serengeti
Dunia Camp, is a seasonal camp located in the Moru Kopjes in the central Serengeti, giving you access to a prime game viewing area.
Typically, the Great Migration congregates on the southern Serengeti plains in the December to March period, to give birth to a next generation of wildebeest and zebra. The migratory wildebeest and zebra share the land with elephant, giraffe, Thomson gazelle, Ostrich and Eland plus a host of other plains species. A plains game means predator activity and there are plenty of big cats to seen, with large lion prides and cheetah frequently sighted. Lucky guests may spot the rare black rhino in the Moru area. For the culturally interested - Moru Kopjes is home to colourful and mysterious Maasai rock paintings.
Morning and afternoon game drives from Dunia Camp are unlike anything else in the Southern Serengeti due to the prime and private location in the Moru Kopjes. It is not uncommon to be out all day taking a picnic lunch with you.
The camp consists of eight large en-suite guest tents - one of which is a family tent. Each tent has its own private ‘veranda’ overlooking the Serengeti and inside the tents you will find comfortable king-size beds, beautiful traditional cloths and contemporary furniture. The en-suite bathrooms have flush toilets, a double sink and a safari shower.
Authentic African and nouvelle European cuisine is served in the mess and dining tent or you can enjoy dinner underneath the stars beside the camp fire.
Why we like it
- The Moru Kopjes
- The Southern Serengeti
- The wildlife
- Traditional mobile tented camp
- Small & intimate