Like the Maasai people and their jangling-belled cattle, Nduara Loliondo has a distinctly nomadic character: it is a tented camp that changes location every six months. From June to November, it perches on a high northern ridge overlooking a tree-studded valley; between December and May it moves to the vast southern plains and sets up below an endless dome of sky.
The jaw-dropping locations have been chosen for both their views and their proximity to the drama of the Great Migration. And since both settings lie in a concession outside the Serengeti National Park, a wide range of extra experiences are available. Apart from morning and afternoon game drives, guests at Nduara Loliondo also enjoy spot-lit night drives, walking safaris with Maasai guides and visits to local herders' villages for a taste of their pastoral way of life. Nduara Loliondo has been working with the Maasai for more than 20 years and has developed a sustained and deep partnership with them.
Nduara Loliondo is the perfect place to both encounter the wildlife of the Serengeti and gain personal insight into a unique way of life. Suitable for an intrepid family getaway or an unusual honeymoon adventure, this camp provides a hands-on experience of a true slice of Africa.