Nduara Loliondo Camp
- 6 yurts
- En-suite bathroom
- Dining yurt
- Lounge yurt
Nduara Loliondo Camp is not designed around your standard style safari tent! The tents at Nduara have been designed with the homes of various nomadic tribes in mind, particularly the Mongolians. ‘Nduara’ means ’round’ in Maasai, hence they are referred to by the local team as ‘Nduaras’. The camp refers to them as ‘yurts’
Nduara Loliondo Camp has only 6 yurts(8 metres in diameter), spread across a patch of the Loliondo plains. The bedroom ‘yurt’ is wide and breezy with shade net windows around the sides that can be raised up or down on your whim.
From the outside, these yurts are brown and green in colour and are designed to blend well into the surrounding bush. The interior contains an eclectic mix of furniture. Each bed is covered with a red and blue blanket sporting a bright geometric design, and draped with white mosquito net. The floor is covered with beautiful and unique animal skin rugs.
To one side of each yurt is a casual seating area with bean-bags and pouffes on the floor covered in blue, orange and white kangas(local fabrics), on the other side of the tent is a more traditional wooden table, complete with an electric lamp and two adjacent directors chairs.
Each yurt at Nduara Loliondo Camp has a private bathroom, in a separate smaller round tent found off the main yurt. The spacious en-suite bathroom consists of eco flush toilets, safari style buckets with water that is heated in firewood boilers and brought to you on demand.
With wide panoramic windows, the interiors of the yurts are light and airy, whilst the sheepskin hot water bottles and piping hot safari showers keep you warm in even the crispest of highland mornings.
Nduara Loliondo Camp moves between 2 locations within the Loliondo Game Controlled Area, on the eastern side of the Serengeti National Park.