Nasikia Naona Moru Camp is located high up beside the Moru Kopjes offering great views over the Serengeti plains. With just 10 tents you can soon get to know fellow guests as you enjoy game drives, guided nature walks and even a hot air balloon ride for an extra special treat. The camp is open year round and welcomes families with children aged 6 and over, with private vehicles available for family safaris .
The tents are made up of twin, double, triple and family tents, the last accommodating up to 2 adullts and 3 children. All have mosquito-netted beds, a sitting area with tea and coffee maker, and a large bathroom with a shower and twin hand basins with round-the-clock solar-heated water. Tents are spacious and light with gauze windows allowing the sunlight and breeze in but keeping creepy-crawlies out. To the front there's a veranda for private relaxation.
The central areas include a lounge and bar and large dining room. These are tented and open to the views. Meals are usually eaten as a group around the large table although private dining in the bush or on your tent's veranda can be arranged. Days often end around the campfire with guests sharing stories and traveller's tales while enjoying a nightcap.
Open: Nasikia Naona Moru Camp is open all year. It first opened in January 2015.
Location: Nasikia Naona Moru Camp is located near the Moru Kopjes in the central-southern Serenegti. The nearest airstrip is Seronera.
Rooms: There are 10 tented guest rooms, made up of twin/double, triple and family (quadruple) tents. Each has a sitting area, tea and coffee facilities, charging points, a writing desk, safe and solar-powered lighting. Each has an en-suite bathroom with a hand basin and shower with 24 hour running hot and cold water, mirror and a supply of toiletries. There’s a separate flush toilet. All tents have a veranda. Mosquito nets are provided and tents have mesh windows to keep insects out.
Activities: There are 2 game drives a day plus guided bush walks with an armed guide at daybreak and in the late afternoon. Special family safaris can be arranged. Balloon rides are a great way to view the plains and usually leave at 6am and last about 1-2 hours with a champagne breakfast on landing.
Facilities: The main areas are tented and comprise a lounge-bar and a large dining room. Sofas on the shaded lounge veranda provide outdoor searing. The campfire is set a little way from the main areas and is often the venue for sundowner and after dinner drinks. There are battery charging facilities. The camp offers a laundry service.
Dining: Meals are served in the dining tent, usually sitting at the long table as a group. Private dinners on your tent veranda or in the bush can be organized.
Children: Naona Moru camp welcomes children aged 6 years and over. Family tents can sleep up to 2 adults and 3 children. In the low season families of 4 or more will be allocated their own driver and vehicle. In the high season families with children under 12 years will need to pay for their own vehicle and driver.
Health: This is a malarial area.
Communication: There is free internet access and Wi-Fi in each tent, a mobile signal and skype phones for guest use.
Notes: Nasikia Naona Moru Camp won the accolade 'Tanzania's Leading Tented Safari Camp' awared by World Travel Awards in 2016.
Explore north Tanzania inc. northern Serengeti (perfect for migration around July-Oct), then lovely Mafia Island.