Rift Safari
Travelling along the Rift Valley: Nduara Loliondo camp north

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  • Nduara Loliondo 1/27 View of the camp at Piaya [southern Loliondo]
  • Nduara Loliondo 2/27 Outside view of the restaurant yurt and of the lounge yurt
  • Nduara Loliondo 3/27 Bar and Lounge
  • Nduara Loliondo 4/27 Bar and Lounge
  • Nduara Loliondo 5/27 Bar and Lounge
  • Nduara Loliondo 6/27 Bar and Lounge
  • Nduara Loliondo 7/27 Restaurant yurt
  • Nduara Loliondo 8/27 Restaurant yurt
  • Nduara Loliondo 9/27 Restaurant yurt
  • Nduara Loliondo 10/27 Cheese platter
  • Nduara Loliondo 11/27 Camp fire
  • Nduara Loliondo 12/27 Bedroom
  • Nduara Loliondo 13/27 Ceiling
  • Nduara Loliondo 14/27 Detail
  • Nduara Loliondo 15/27 Bedroom
  • Nduara Loliondo 16/27 Bedroom table
  • Nduara Loliondo 17/27 Door leading to the bathroom from the bedroom

  • Nduara Loliondo 18/27 Bathroom and shower
  • Nduara Loliondo 19/27 Sink
  • Nduara Loliondo 20/27 eco-toilet
  • Nduara Loliondo 21/27 Night game drive
  • Nduara Loliondo 22/27 Naturalistic walking safari
  • Nduara Loliondo 23/27 Visit to a Masai settlement
  • Nduara Loliondo 24/27 Visit to a Masai settlement
  • Nduara Loliondo 25/27 Visit to a Masai settlement in a cerimony day
  • Nduara Loliondo 26/27 Visit to a Masai settlement in a cerimony day
  • Nduara Loliondo 27/27 Visit to a Masai settlement in a cerimony day

Nduara Loliondo is a small size mobile tented camp moving twice a year from Northern to Southern Loliondo with the seasons. The camp, run in partnership with the Maasai, is located north [about an hour driving from north-eastern Serengeti border] from June to the end of October.

Nduara Loliondo consists of 6 tents recalling both the style of the maasai houses and that of the yurtas of the nomadic people of Asia. Each tent features a double bed or two twin beds, en suite bathroom with eco-loo and shower [hot water for the shower is supplied morning and evening at the time agreed with the camp staff]. There is a washstands but no running water in sink and a bucketful of water is supplied by the camp staff usually twice a day [hot water on request]. Technology is intentionally kept to a minimum for an unforgettable African experience.

The camp is complemented by the unfailing campfire and by two extra yurtas, set in the middle of the camp, of which one is used as a lounge with a small library and the other one is used as a restaurant.

Nduara Loliondo can be combined with a longer safari including Serengeti national park as an ideal completion of the same: the focus here falls on long nature walks, night game drives and non commercial encounters with the Masai people.

The camp itself is a stylish and yet a simple one furnished with raw materials, however the low number of tents, the high servicing quality and the expertness of its guides makes it assimilable to a high specification tented camp. The high price is partly due to the fact that rates are inclusive of all camp activites and that game drives are carried out, inside the private concession, with vehicles of the camp at exclusive use and private guide.

Nduara will operate in its current guise until 30 Apr 2013 with exciting changes coming thereafter.

INDICATIVE RATES 2013 per night per person

From 01/06 to 30/06

$ 600 per night per person
From 01/07 to 31/10 $ 792 per night per person
Children 8 - 21 sharing with 1 or 2 adults 75% of the adults double rate

Triple room / Third bed adults [>20 years] are not available.

Children under 8 are not permitted.
Children under 12 are not allowed on any walking safari activity.

Rates include: 3 meals a day, all drinks except champagne, daily and night game drives with private nomads vehicle and guide, nature walks, masai activities, laundry, transfer to the closest airstrip [Lobo].

Above rates do not include other costs associated to the trip such as for instance park entry fees, land or air transfers and any discounts that may apply in relation to the duration of the safari or to the travel period which will be automatically applied to quotations submitted.