Located in the Moru Kopjes area of the famed Serengeti National Park, Dunia Camp is one of the few that remains open year-round.
Dunia is situated near the Seronera River, a permanent water source where resident wildlife can be found all year, long after the migration herds have passed through. So how do you include Dunia Camp in your safari itinerary?
- It makes a great second stay in the Serengeti during all months of the year.
- It can break up the journey between the Ngorongoro Crater and any camp in the Serengeti that is following the migration.
- During April, May and November, it offers excellent resident wildlife when most camps are closed.
To read more about Dunia and see pictures, click here.
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