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    Dunia Camp, Asilia Africa

    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast included
    • Restaurant
    Apr 9 Apr 10
    1 room, 2 adults, 0 children
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    Reviewed 2 days ago

    We loved, loved, loved our time at Dunia Camp!! We stayed three nights during our safari, booked through Africa Travel Resource, and found it to be truly magical. Angel and the rest of the women were so friendly and accommodating. The setting of the camp...More

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    We had two nights at Dunia Camp at central Serengeti. We were there when it was extremely dry. This probably made the roads a bit rougher but it was worth every bump to get to Dunia. The staff, Angel and her ladies, were wonderful. Nothing...More

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    What a fantastic tented camp this is!! We were greeted with warmth and enthusiasm, efficiency and comfort. The Serengeti put on its best for us with beautiful sunsets, fabulous beasts and delicious food. Our guide Emmanuel was full of knowledge and good humour. The vehicles...More

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    Reviewed 1 week ago

    It is hard to know where to start. Dunia Camp is so very special. Run by the amazing Angel and her ladies, Dunia offers a truly unique experience. Tucked away in a secluded part of the Serengeti Dunia is very private. It is unfenced and...More

    Reviewed 1 week ago

    Dunia Camp is a unique safari destination in the Serengeti. It is run almost completely by women and their level of service and professionalism is exceptional. The setting is magical, warm, and welcoming. The elegant communal dinners were a lovely way to get to know...More

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    • Free Parking
    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
    • Breakfast included
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    • Free Parking
    • Breakfast included
    • Laundry Service
    • Airport Transportation
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    • Restaurant
    • Bar/Lounge
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    Hi, we have been recommended Dunia camp by our safari company. It looks to me to be a once in a lifetime opportunity. It will be the rainy season when we go (no choice on dates unfortunately) and I understand this is also tsetse fly season. Any advice to avoid that esp for kids?? We will be travelling with our young children. I'm seeing mixed advice about kids at the camp. The Asilia blog includes Dunia in lots of fabulous kids activities - bush craft, cooking etc, which they would love. However, Expert Africa suggests children aged 12+. Ours are 4 and 8 and the safari company have already confirmed this is ok with Dunia - I think their main concern being disturbance to other guests at dinner: mine being safety and a chance for them to release energy after a game drive. Is there opportunity for them to have active play after a game drive? How safe is the tent? Some people have mentioned lions entering tents, now I'm pretty sure they lack the opposable thumbs and can't unzip so I'm not sure how that works... :o) Has anyone travelled here with younger kids and what was your experience and do you have any tips/advice for us? We're planning to go in April and I'm just loving what I have seen and read so far. Thanks!
    16 October 2016|
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    Response from dsfischer | Reviewed this property |
    We did encounter tsetse flies when we were at Dunia last May. We kept the top closed and the windows up when we drove through the ones we could see - and killed the ones that made it inside with anything handy. We were... More
    Hello: I am booked to stay at Dunia camp in a few weeks. I was wondering if you can help answer several questions about the Safari Vehicles used on the game drives. I am a photographer, so am interested to know: a) Are the safari vehicles completely open both on sides/windows, and top/roof ? Or are they closed - makes photography more difficult. b) Are the seats a single "bench seat" in each row of seats, or individual bucket seats for each person in each row? It affects the amount of room I have for my gear and maneuverability to get from side to side. c) Do you know if the vehicles have a "cooler" of sorts for food and drink? Is it electrically connected to the cars system or just a stand-alone cooler. d) In Kenya, some of my vehicles had power plugs to change batteries. Do you know if the vehicles at Dunia have charging facilities e) Are there any power outlets to charge cameras in the tents or do you have to go to the Kitchen / common area to charge batteries. f) Finally (thank you...) what is the bug situation like during safari and nights? I've heard the Tse-Tse flies are out in full force due to lack of rains? Your reply is much appreciated - Thanks
    15 March 2015|
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    Response from AsiliaAfrica | Property representative |
    Hello, Thank you for choosing to stay at Dunia Camp, we wish you the most wonderful time! I am more than happy to help answer your questions, please see below my answers: 1. If you have booked your Dunia safari as a game... More
    Theadventurer M
    ok.....so which animals? Travelling their in a month.....VERY excited!
    25 January 2015|
    Response from 244helenc | Reviewed this property |
    We saw all the Big 5. Rhino difficult to see, lots of lions. Depending on the rains you might see wildebeest migration
    Room Tips
    "We enjoyed being in tent #1, since it was on the end. But there really isn't a bad location, all tents..."
    randainwis, 1 day agoRead review
    "We stayed in a spacious family tent. Very well appointed, clean and comfortable. Excellent bathroom..."
    Tempe70, 12 days agoRead review
    "All tents face the wildlife viewing and have front porches."
    patml2017, 20 days agoRead review
    "All rooms/tents have excellent views - impossible to get a bad room."
    MMPTUT, 1 month agoRead review
    "Every tent had great views"
    DonnaPerch, 3 months agoRead review
    "Basic but very well equipped tented rooms.Very comfortable.Facing out into the open savannah with no..."
    David J, 3 months agoRead review
    "All are good"
    mossedman, 5 months agoRead review
    "No improve of the camp is needed, is excellent and authentic"
    RudiBoiten, 5 months agoRead review
    "All the tents looked equally nice. Can't say we saw a bad one or bad location."
    sgn, 5 months agoRead review
    "None they where all equal."
    Gill K, 5 months agoRead review
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