Dunia Camp is run exclusively by women, a novelty in Tanzania. Your stay will be accompanied by lots of siging and dancing! Dunia Camp works well with one of the more luxurious camps in the northern Serengeti and it is is a good stop-over on the way north.
The dining tent and lounge are separate open-sided tents, comfortably furnished and with sweeping views of the plain to the front of camp. Lake Magadi can be seen in the distance. There is also an open fireplace that is popular with guests for the pre-dinner drinks.
Although Seronera is only a 40-minute drive away, the camp is far enough from central Serengeti with all its hustle and bustle to allow visitors to enjoy a very relaxed and personal safari.
During May/June and in November, the area around Dunia Camp is ideal for viewing the Great Migration and is also one of the few regions where rhino can be found.
The raised outcrops are popular with cheetah and lion. A classic Serengeti photograph is of a cat relaxing on the highest point of a kopje. These rock formations also provide shelter for a myriad of small creatures, including lizards, hyrax and a variety of insects, all of which reside in the kopje’s many nooks and crannies.
Permanent camps do not change location and therefore have a better infrastructure than mobile camps.
Mobile camps operate in the Sereangeti and change their location two or three times a year following the Great Migration of the wildebeest and zebra. Mobile camps have a simpler, bush-like character. Although the rooms have an en-suite bathroom, there is often no running water in the rooms. Bathrooms are then equipped with a so-called bucket shower that needs to be filled with hot water by the camp team on demand.