Nduara Loliondo Camp

Reviews of Nduara Loliondo Camp

Excellent(95%) From 4 travellers
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Below are independent comments from 4 of our travellers who have visited Nduara Loliondo Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Mr & Mrs. B - Pennsylvania
Arrived on: 3-Oct-2010 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Nduara Loliondo Camp review

We loved our yurt and our bucket shower. This was a very unique and different living experience. The visit to the Masai village and school was one of the highlights of the entire trip. Everyone should experience this. We loved that the camp is involved in local projects and that our tourist dollars are helping to support them.

The walking safaris were new for our trip and it was great to finally get some exercise. Unfortunately we did not see much game. It was explained that the Masai had recently moved their cattle into the area which tends to move the game out. Our night safaris were incredible and gave us great views of lots of smaller nocturnal animals.

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Mr and Mrs K - London
Arrived on: 3-Oct-2010 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Real camping with comfort in a wild setting

This camp add a different dimension to a safari experience and we enjoyed the walking and the night game drives which were a real eye-opener.

The camp is very small and had a spectacular isolated setting with a wonderful view. The sunrise from our bed was an unforgettable experience. The yurts were very comfortable and the smaller connected yurt bathrooms were well equipped. The bucket showers were efficient and the composting toilets no problem at all.

I am always amazed at the food they produce in these isolated camps and here is was very good. The dining room yurt at night with the Masai decor and candlelight was a picture. The staff were attentive at all times and striving to make our stay memorable. We had a wonderful bush breakfast and will never forget our last evening when we finished our walk at the top of a huge hill with drinks by the fire watching the sunset.

The visits to a Masai village and school were very interesting and I felt well handled in that they lacked the voyeuristic tourist element. Our guide Kalifa was excellent on these visits as he was all the time.

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Mr & Mrs W from Devon
Arrived on: 13-Sep-2010 Stayed for: 3 nights
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Nduara Loliondo Camp review

Wonderfully remote situation. Very good game. Up a very uneven track Tents noisy when the wind blew.

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Ms O & Mr W - Surbiton
Arrived on: 13-Jun-2009 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Nduara Loliondo Camp review

The yurts were brilliant - we really, really liked them. They were pretty and practical. We were so well looked after by the staff here and had some very useful swahili lessons from Philbert. We also enjoyed talking to Kelfin at the campfire.

We particularly liked doing the walking safari and the night drive which we'd not been able to do at our other camps and visiting the maasai village. The food, laundry, service, everything was excellent.

We had a couple of lovely surprises too - I don't want to spoil things for anyone else, but they were much appreciated and involved a campfire and a breakfast! I think Nomad should advertise this campsite more, as it was truly spectacular.

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