Nduara Loliondo

Serengeti National Park, Tanzania

Nduara Loliondo

Nduara Loliondo is a unique mobile safari camp located in a private concession of the Serengeti. Designed to resemble a Mongolian nomad's camp, complete with yurts, it moves location twice yearly to track the wildebeest migration.

Nduara Loliondo is a highly unique mobile camp located in the private Loliondo Concession in the eastern Serengeti National Park, where it shifts between two locations during the course of the year so as to track the annual wildebeest migration.

In a unique touch that sets it apart from other African safari camps, Nduara Loliondo has been designed to reflect the styles of various Nomadic cultures from around the world. This approach is most visible in the design of the lodge's guest rooms, which are housed within round Mongolian-style yurts, and its traditional Maasai boma. It's a curious mixture, to say the least!

Nduara's location, within the Loliondo area, means it is outside the formal boundaries of the National Park. This offers some advantages, including greater freedom when it comes to activities (night drives and walking safaris, for instance, are possible at Nduara). While the quantities of game in this region are not as great as those in the central Serengeti, the smaller number of visitors makes for a more private safari experience. The camp's mobile nature also means it is able to move to better track the migration, which can be seen between October and April.


There are just six tented rooms, or yurts, at Nduara Loliondo. Despite Nduara being a mobile camp, the tents are very big, each with its own en-suite bathroom at the back (with simple drop toilets and bucket showers). They are also cool, airy and well-ventilated, with roll-up net windows providing shade and helping to keep out the heat.

The interiors of the tents are brightly furnished with a mix of Maasai features and other nomadic themed decor. The decor, an odd mixture of animal rugs, bright fabrics and wooden carvings, is perhaps a bit overdone, but then it's in keeping with the lodge's very eclectic style.


Meals are typically taken in the main dining yurt. The food is plentiful and served communally around a shared dining table.


- Dining tent
- Lounge


- Private game drives in 4WD vehicles with your own guide
- Walking safaris
- Night game drives
- Birding
- Fly-camping

Child Policy

Nduara Loliondo accepts children over the age of eight. Walking safaris and fly-camping expeditions are restricted to children over the age of twelve.