Dunia Camp is a small semi-permanent camp in the Moru Kopjes area of Serengeti with eight luxury en-suite tents.
Dunia Camp is run by Asilia and was opened in December 2009 and was renovated in 2015. It retains the feel of a mobile camp but has features of a permanent accommodation with attention to detail in the decor, furnishings and home comforts. It sits in a very scenic part of the Serengeti at Moru Kopjes - huge rocky outcrops provide vantage points for wildlife views (and for predators!). The camp is in the central area of Serengeti and balloon flights can be done from here.
There are 8 spacious tents. All have en-suite facilities including flush toilets and bucket showers for which hot water is brought on request, and a private deck with safari chairs. Tent amenities include a USD charger, battery charging point and safe.
Because of permanent waters in the Seronera River nearby, Dunia provides great wildlife viewing all year, with twice daily game drives in both open and closed safari vehicles.
Open: All year round.
Location: Tucked in a secluded spot between the southern and central Serengeti Plains overlooking the Moru Kopjes. The nearest airstrip is Seronera, about a 45 minute drive away.
Rooms: 8 luxury, spacious tents set on elevated wooden decks including 1 family tent. Each has a bathroom with a bucket shower and a separate toilet. All tents have a safe, USB charger and battery-charging point.
Activities: Twice daily (morning and late afternoon game drives in both open-sided and closed safari vehicles, which have charging ponts for batteries and fridges to keep drinks chilled. The migration generally passes this area between March to June and November to December. Hot air balloon safaris can be arranged.
Facilities: There is a comfortable lounge and bar area with reference books and cosy arm chairs and a separate dining tent. Guests can also relax in the evening around the warming campfire. Dunai Camp operates on solar and generator power. There are battery charging points. The camp provides a free laundry service.
Dining: Meals are served communally in the dining tent, and bush breakfasts and picnic lunches can be arranged.
Children: The camp accepts children of 6 years of age and over (unless the camp is booked exclusively). As the camp is unfenced, children need to be supervised at all times.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is Wi-Fi in a small tent near the main part of the camp. There is limited mobile reception and no direct phone or fax.