Dunia is a small, intimate camp that evokes a sense of being immersed in nature, while still being able to enjoy the warm hospitality and luxury that the camp offers.
The eight spacious tents, slightly elevated on the slope of Nyareboro Hill, each feature an ensuite bathroom and a veranda from which magnificent views of the plains of the Serengeti unfold. Canvas chairs and coir mats adorn the private verandas, while hurricane lamps provide a flicker of vintage charm as the sun goes down.
The dedicated staff of this intimate camp make every effort to minimise the environmental impact of offering a five-star safari in the world’s greatest wilderness area, and since 2009 the camp has been certified as carbon-neutral.
The secluded setting of Dunia Camp is close to the breathtakingly scenic Moru Kopjes where big cats take advantage of the granite protrusions to gain elevation from which to view their territories. The area around Moru Kopjes also includes the rhinoceros sanctuary – this is one of the few places in the Serengeti where you will almost certainly find the endangered black rhino.
The nearby Seronera River is also easily accessible from the camp – this perennial water source sustains large herds of antelope year-round, ensuring excellent sightings of the lion, leopard and cheetah that roam the plains.