Dunia Camp in Serengeti National Park, Tanzania is a luxury tented camp in the central Serengeti just north of the Moru Kopjes. Tucked into a secluded area of the park, guests of Dunia Camp enjoy spectacular game viewing during the migration while staying away from the busier areas of the park.

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Dunia Camp in Tanzania is dedicated to leaving the lightest footprint while enhancing the Serengeti wilderness experience, an ethos reflected in the property’s weathered wood, sturdy canvas, fine linen, and flickering hurricane lamp details. Its graceful style and effortless charm creates a comfortable yet pared down experience in the bush, allowing guests to fully immerse themselves in the surrounding nature without distraction. Dunia Camp comprises just eight large, comfortable tents, each with a dining area and fireplace. The tents are also outfitted with private verandas overlooking the expansive Serengeti, and the en suite bathrooms feature flush toilets and a safari shower, where warmed water is delivered after a long day of safari activities and game drives, leaving guests refreshed before dinner.

The staff of Dunia Camp is renowned for anticipating every guest’s needs and accommodating every food request under the Tanzanian sun. Pre-dinner campfires and communal dinners are one of the many ways to meet and socialize with the few other guests at the camp, but it is also possible to take dinner in a private area of the bush so as to maintain the romantic and secluded atmosphere.

Dunia Camp is ideally situated between two of the Serengeti’s prime game viewing areas: the Central Serengeti valley and the Southern Serengeti plains. From its private location, Dunia Camp offers superb game viewing and bird watching away from the heavy park traffic, transporting guests in open vehicles into the year-round spectacles of the famed Serengeti. The camp’s secluded spot in the southwest corner of the Central Seronera Valley is home to a nearby elephant herd and close to a stunning rhinoceros sanctuary, one of the last places in the Serengeti to spot the endangered black rhino. This region also guarantees an abundance of encounters with the region’s big cats and annual Great Migration of wildebeest and zebra. For an evocative twist on the wilderness experience, consider embarking on hot air balloon safari to see the wild by air or set out on a family-friendly private safari full of bush-wise facts, local games, and incredible stories about life in the wilderness. At the end of each day, guests can retreat to their private verandas to watch the passing game and soak in the magnificent vistas of the Serengeti without leaving the luxuries of the camp.

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