The camp consists of 12 tents, or yurts, which have been designed to remain cool during the day with wraparound net windows that can be rolled up or down. The lighting is solar powered, and the yurts are furnished with safari chairs and tables. Each has an en suite bathroom attached to the back with low usage, long drop toilets and traditional bucket showers. The yurts are kept light and airy by the open wheel at the top. The tents are spread out through the kopje area.
The dining tent is at the base of the main kopje rock where there is waiter service at all meal times. Guests can also arrange breakfast and lunches in the bush. There are also many places to sit and sip a sundowner throughout the camp and the camp fire is a popular place to gather and watch the stars.
Guests can also relax in the separate lounge and library tents.
Game is attracted, especially during the dry season, to the nearby waterhole and during the spring and autumn the Migration is expected to pass through the Concession on its way to and from the Mara area.
Nduara Loliondo Tented Camp is all about harmony and the activities and excursions allow guests to experience the Maasai culture whilst learning about the plant and wildlife in the surrounding region.