Suyan Camp

Loliondo, Tanzania

Suyan Camp

Suyan Camp is located in a private concession area in the Loliondo region, part of the Serengeti National Park.

Suyan Camp is located in a private concession within Loliondo, part of the greater Serengeti ecosystem. For centuries, the rugged Loliondo region has been the territory of nomadic tribes such as the Maasai, and Suyan Camp in many ways draws on this long tradition. The prime attraction of the camp is its walking safaris, which are conducted within the Loliondo area and give you a chance to traverse this wild land on foot, exploring rolling hills, dramatic gorges and vast savannah plains.

Suyan Camp offers a more varied safari experience than other Serengeti camps. Activities such as walking safaris, fly camping and night drives, which are restricted within the boundaries of the main National Park, are possible at Suyan Camp thanks to its position within a private concession.

Suyan Camp also enjoys access to the recently discovered and so far hardly explored Piaya rock paintings.

NB. Suyan Camp is at present closed. It is not clear if it will be re-opening, so we are for the time being leaving this page in place.


Suyan has five beautifully-designed guest tents, all of them en-suite with private verandah.


The camp offers gourmet food and great wines, served either in the mess tent or next to the camp fire.


- Tented dining/bar area


- Game drives
- Walking safaris
- Night game drives
- Fly-camping
- Visits to Maasai settlement
- Visits to rock paintings

Child Policy

Children over 12 only.

Environmental Policy

Suyan Camp is a member of the Honeyguide Foundation, a grassroots organisation dedicated to community support and to the conservation of wildlife. Established in 2006 by the Asilia Group, the Foundation is an independent entity that supports a range of different projects in East Africa, focused on education, healthcare, and wildlife conservation.