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Fantastic Doesn't Describe It!

We had the most amazing time at Dunia camp. From the animals up close - an elephant at the entrance of our tent at night so close you could have touched it. The beautiful sounds of animals at night. The staff were fantastic and Angel the manager lived up to her name, she is an Angel. We could not fault this camp at all. The camp site and tent so unique and special. Would highly recommend Dunia to anyone traveling to Tanzania."
Nettyr450 (AUS) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Dunia Camp

“One of Our Favorite Tented Camps in Tanzania

We stayed at Dunia Camp for three nights while exploring the Serengeti. The tents are very spacious, beds comfortable, and there is a flush toilet and a bush shower (which the staff will gladly fill at anytime). There is a campfire ring where all the guests gather at night before dinner. The manager, Angel, was wonderful. She was very welcoming, attentive to everyone's needs, and her staff were outstanding. The food was great and served in a small but open dining tent. Our last night, they set up a separate table outside for our small group lit by lanterns. This camp is highly recommended!"
Daniel B (US) | Stayed in August, 2014 at Dunia Camp

Breathtaking Experience!

I stayed for 4 nights in the Dunia Tented Camp at beginning of May and the least that I can say is that it was an amazing experience. The hotel can not be more confortable and the staff can not be more amazing and nice. Dunia team is absolutely 5 starts. The tents are big and gorgeous, confortable, bathroom works perfectly, food is good and the camp fire at night is great. Our guide Patena is very knowledgeable about animal life and the park. We were lucky to be there to see the great migration when it´s possible to see what I called “an ocean of animals”. It´s breathtaking! My days there were absolutely memorable."
TerezaB (BRAZIL) | Stayed in June, 2014 at Dunia Camp

Really enjoyable experience

It really is a lovely experience. The staff is beyond friendly and the food is delicious. The tents are huge, you could pretty much host a small wedding reception in them. The bed doesn't feel cosy from sitting on it but I think it was the best sleep I've had all year. I even had a coffee one night to stay up in hope of hearing the heavy breathing of the lions roaming around the camp site, and still immediately fell asleep and didn't wake up until the morning breakfast call of fresh Tanzanian coffee brought to the tent.
We wish you wonderful travels. If you are planning your trip to include Dunia, please know there are two very jealous strangers out there wishing we could be doing the same.If you are planning your trip to include Dunia, please know there are two very jealous strangers out there wishing we could be doing the same."
Jackswim11 (UK) | Stayed in May, 2014 at Dunia Camp

Five Star Treatment in a Tented Camp

During our 45th wedding anniversary trip at the beginning of March this proved to be our favourite tented camp, The attitude and service from Richard and his staff was better than many 5 star hotels in the UK!
The tents were beautifully furnished and equipped and we actually enjoyed having bucket showers!
The chef managed amazing cuisine from his tent and we were thrilled to have an 'African' singing/dancing display as we were presented with an enormous iced anniversary cake. Special dietary requests were easily dealt with and it was a great end to our safari. We would love to go back one day. Asante!"
David C (UK) | Stayed in March, 2014 at Dunia Camp

“Amazing Staff, Amazing Atmosphere....Amazing Experience Indeed”

My wife and I were lucky enough to have spent a few days with the wonderful team at Dunia. We can't thank them enough for their high attention to detail and a level of service you would normally recieve from a 5-star resort... Let alone in the middle of the Serengeti. Truly a magical experience from the food, to the accommodations but more importantly the folks who went above and beyond time and time again. Japhet and team provide us both with memories of our honeymoon we will cherish for a lifetime."
Traveller (New York, US) | Stayed in January, 2014 at Dunia Camp

Gorgeous camp!

The camp is absolutely gorgeous and is a permanent camp. There is a main lounging area with comfy sofas and chairs open to the great outdoors of course, and an eating tent. We are greeted with scented washcloths and cinnamon apple juice on arrival. We stay in tent #3 and is a triple. The beds and pillows are comfy and the tent spacious. The front area has a couch and couple of chairs. The bathroom has bucket shower, sink, flush toilet and good towels. There are a few lamps. The camp is run on solar power. There is a 24 hr charge station. The bathroom has many amenities including shampoo, conditioner, body wash, q-tips, laundry soap. There is complimentary laundry which we take advantage of.

At supper they provide complimentary alcoholic drinks and red and white wine. Meals are very tasty and the ambience is fantastic! The staff is amazing and very friendly. They truly make you feel welcome! During the day you are free to walk around camp, at night they provide an escort which you can call with a walkie talkie system. I would highly recommend this camp!"
Halilee (Canada) | Stayed in January, 2014 at Dunia Camp

Spectacular. Don't miss this camp!

This was my first time to the Serengeti but not the first time to camp... If you can call it that! Dunia camp is truly a magical place. From the people (Angel is an angel) to the food to the accommodations, this place is like no other. We were fortunate to be there during the migration and could watch the wildebeests as we lay in bed. Pretty cool. Here you are in the middle of what feels like miles and miles and miles away from anything and you are served gourmet meals. I agree with everyone who has written (and sent some very awesome pictures too), Dunia Camp is spectacular. Thanks to the entire staff! You all are fantastic!"
Riley & Bella | Stayed in December, 2013 at Dunia Camp

Be pleasantly surprised

Would echo the comments of other travelers in the luxury, service and food quality of Dunia. Richard, the manager, and his team are amazing and try to anticipate every guest's needs, including specific food requests which is incredible given how remote the camp is. Tip: The pre-dinner campfire and the communal dinners are great experiences, but the staff can also prepare a private dinner slightly away from the other guests if you want privacy."
Elijah (London, UK) | Stayed in December, 2013 at Dunia Camp

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