Nduara Loliondo is a first class small safari camp offering game drives, walking safaris and night drives in Loliondo. It's designed to make the most of the freedom that Loliondo (part of the Serengeti ecosystem, but not under jurisdiction of National Parks) offers.
Loliondo is a Maasai community area, so safari walks accompanied by Maasai Morani add a fascinating cultural dimension to the experience.
Nduara is moved seasonally between the north of the ecosystem and the south. In each location it has a partnership with a small Maasai community who benefit directly from visitors to the camp. In the north, between mid June and December, the camp is in Ololosokwan, which lies in amongst the large hills to the north of Lobo.
For the other half of the year, the camp has a similar arrangement with Piyaya, which is close to the Gol Mountains and Sanjan Gorge further south. Moves are timed to coincide with the wildebeest migration as it moves between its northern and southern ranges.
Nduara Loliondo works well in conjunction with its sister camps in the Serengeti National Park like Nomad's Serengeti Mara (August to October) and Nomad's Serengeti Ndutu (December to March). Game viewing is good throughout the year and as well as game drives and walks, Loliondo is one of the few parts of northern Tanzania where you will be able to do night drives.
Definitely somewhere you should come if you don't want to be in the company of lots of other tourists and like the idea of seeing more than a single side to the Serengeti.