Located in the Moru Kopjes area, pretty much in the centre of the Serengeti.
We stayed for only 3 nights, following our trip from the Ngorongoro crater and the gorilla trekking in the Rwanda Volcanoes National Park. We had been in the Masai Mara before during the migration which was awesome.
At the Dunia camp area the wildebeests were just gathering in great numbers, galloping past our tent. Lions and Hyaenas on the hunt outside our tent at night, simply feeling as one with the wildlife outside.
We were really lucky in finding the cats. We actually saw a lioness taking down a wildebeest and then feeding,watched a tribe with cubs feed on another kill right next to the road at sunrise, watched a leopard play with her cubs in a cave entrance and chase off an eagle who was going to steal a piece of meat off her kill in a close-by tree. To top it off, on our last day we watched a cheetah with two almost grown cubs make a run at a herd of wildebeests. The intended victim got away, but what a panic among the herd.
At the camp Richard the manager made everyone feel really welcome, with humour and courtesy.
Based on our experience, highly recommend a stay here.More