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    Dunia Camp, Asilia Africa

    Moru Kopjes, Serengeti National Park, Tanzania
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    “bucket shower” (38 reviews)
    “female staff” (11 reviews)
    “moru kopjes” (9 reviews)
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    Reviewed 24 August 2016

    My husband, grandson and I were treated to two spectacular nights and three days to the wonderful hospitality of the wonderful, competent women who manage and operate Dunia Camp. From the special warm welcome of song and dance to the dinner around the fire in...More

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    Reviewed 24 August 2016

    I'm usually very lazy in reviewing places, but had to make the effort for Dunia. Simply AN AMAZING PLACE. Stayed in two other camps during my safari trip through the Serengeti + Ngorongoro, Dunia was by far the best!!! It's simply BEAUTIFUL, the staff (all...More

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    Reviewed 24 August 2016

    They did everything possible to make a seasoned safari travelers experience memorable. Their attention to detail was above and beyond the call of duty. I have been going on safari to both East & Southern Africa for for over 40 years. This is one of...More

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    Reviewed 14 August 2016

    Kudos to Asilia for piloting a safari camp managed, operated, and beautifully executed by women! A key to empowering and unlocking career paths in tourism, nature guiding, and hospitality for local women -- we were proud to contribute to Asilia's plans to create new opportunities....More

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    Reviewed 14 August 2016 via mobile

    From the first minutes until the minutes we left the camp, there was not a single dull moment. We only stay for one night on our way to Ngorogoro. The food was prepared with local community in mind, chef was creative, and taste was amazing....More

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    Caryl R
    22 August 2017|
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    Response from plfa | Reviewed this property |
    Yes it is, but it doesn't always work 100%.
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    Travcarib
    16 June 2017|
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    Response from AsiliaAfrica | Property representative |
    Hello everyone, Dunia is still in its temporary position but will be moved to a permanent location later in the year. Warm regards from Africa, Dunia Camp - Asilia Africa
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    Taitin
    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
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