The world-famous Serengeti receives more than 90,000 visitors annually. In addition to the national park of the same name, the Ngorongoro Reserve, the Maswa, Loliondo, Grumeti, Ikorongo and the Massai-Mara Wildlife Reserve in Kenia are under protection.
Loliondo, bordering the Serengeti Region in the east, is especially well known for its authentic Massai culture. The Massai’s intriguing culture is also at the centre of attention at the mobile Dunia Camp.
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The Dunia Camp in Loliondo – somewhere right in the middle of nowhere! The African wilderness and sheer remoteness provide the inspiring backdrop for the luxurious safari camp.
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Derived from the Massai dialect, the word Serengeti means “infinite land“. Excursions into the rough but beautifully wild nature will quickly introduce you to the vast horizons and intact nature.
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