Nomad Tanzania - Nduara Loliondo
Serengeti National Park
About Nomad Tanzania - Nduara Loliondo
Nduara Loliondo is a luxury camp site which moves twice a year between Piyaya and Ololosokwan in Lolionda. The camp is ideal for couples, groups and families looking for an active safari vacation. Enjoy game viewing as well as a cultural experience.
The moving camp consists of six Meru-style tents with private en-suite bathrooms. The bathrooms have eco-flush toilets and bucket showers with hot and cold water provided on request. There are mosquito nets in the rooms and light is provided by solar energy. There are no charging plugs available in the tents. The library has charging facilities for cell phones and equipment. There is limited cell phone reception. Basic laundry facilities are available at the camp with ironing done with a coal iron.
The main tent features a lounge, library and dining area. Meals are served under the stars or in the tent. Enjoy game drives with a private car and guide. Activities at the camp include game drives, bush walks, night drives, bush picnics, visits to Maasai dancing and a goat barbeque on request.
Rates include shared use of Nomad car and guide, all meals and accommodation; private game drives and road transfers to and from the nearest airstrip; all drinks, except champagne and premium, wines and laundry.
The rates exclude park fees; transfers beyond the nearest airstrip, flights, gratuities, champagne and cellar wines, items of a personal nature, insurance, flying doctors and medical evacuation.
Nomad Tanzania - Nduara Loliondo Map
*Distances are shown as the crow flies and not necessarily the actual travelling
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