Dulana sits on the edge of ‘Hidden Valley’ a little-known depression on the southern plains of the Serengeti.
On the edge of the off-road driving area, allowing immediate access onto the short grass plains where Cheetah are abundant and Lion prides establish territory close to camp and the surrounding woodland. The Great Migration uses Hidden Valley to transit between plains and woodland, providing a cacophony of noise and excitement around camp.
Serengeti National Park is the home of The Great Migration, the largest land based movement of wild animals on the planet. Over 2 million migratory Wildebeest and Zebra flood onto the southern short grass plains during the green season, to drop their young, creating a symphony of life and death in the grandest circle of life imaginable.
The camp takes advantage of the uninterrupted views across the shallow valley, where different species of game can be spotted from the comfort of the accommodation tents. The main lounge and dining tents also enjoy splendid views and are a haven of comfort for the hours of daytime rest.
The site for Dulana has been selected for its proximity to the short grass plains but more importantly, the camp has a feel of remote exclusivity, away from most other tourism in an isolated setting. Dulana activities are all about big game-predator and prey interaction with more than a little theatre thrown in, as embellishment for the adrenalin rush that is the Serengeti.
Like its sister camp Akiba Kibwe, Dulana is only booked on an exclusive basis and is open December through May.
Activities: Game Drives in 4WD vehicles
7 Twin/Double En-Suite Tents. 1 Family En-Suite Tent.