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Reviewed 29 March 2017

Duma Camp in the Lemek Conservancy is hidden in a grove of ebony & olive trees. This is a traditional safaricamp under canvas with delicious food & Maasai Guides. What more could you ask for in the Maasai Mara ?

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Reviewed 5 January 2017 via mobile

At the Lemek marathon we met the managers of Duna camp who invited us to visit their camp. Just a short distance from the marathonsite, but a whole different world: deep into the Mara. Duna is a well-kept small campsite -quiet and remote- with a...More

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Reviewed 1 November 2016

The 5 days we spent at Duma Camp this September were among the most memorable we have ever experienced in Africa – and over the years we have spent more than 8 months on safari in 6 different countries. The camp is lovely – with...More

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Reviewed 28 September 2016 via mobile

This camp was recommended to us and we weren't disappointed. Jennifer, who runs the business, arranged everything for us from arriving in Nairobi, including the flights to the camp, and looked after us really well. Her Maasai staff were very good as well. The camp...More

1  Thank lar1000
Reviewed 22 August 2015

This summer I made my third safari to Africa and all three times have stayed at Duma Camp. Jennifer and her crew make you feel that you are part of their family. You will also have the opportunity to get the best views of the...More

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"All rooms are equally good."
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"They are tents, All look good and are close to the main eating tent. , if you want to sleep together as a..."
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"Tent #6 is closest to the bush!"
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