Details of Oliver’s Camp
In April and May, when the annual rains come to an end, the lush grasslands and profusion of wildflowers provide the best opportunity for walking safaris, while the approaching dry season from August through to October brings vast herds of wildlife to the watery wetlands on the fringes of Oliver’s Camp. At this time, Tarangire boasts the highest concentration of mammals in any of Tanzania’s renowned national parks, yet as the November rains return the herds depart and the return of migratory birds provides ample entertainment for twitchers.
At Oliver’s the 10 en-suite safari tents offer bush luxury without superfluous frills; the spacious outdoor shower perhaps the one extravagance you’ll happily allow.
Number of tents Oliver's: 10
- Number of tents Little Oliver's: 5
- Children: above 6 years
- Triples: 2
- Suitable for disabled guests
- Distance between tents: 20-30 meters
- En suite bathrooms
- Flush toilets
- In-room lockable box
- Laundry service
- Power: solar and generator
- Battery charging facilities
Little Oliver's Camp
Just 1km downstream from Oliver’s is the latest addition to our Tarangire wilderness experience; Little Oliver’s Camp. Offering the same high level of service and authentic safari experience as Oliver’s, Little Oliver’s had just 5 en-suite tents and works particularly well for a group or family travelling together.
Kuro: 50 minutes drive from camp
Oliver's Camp is situated in the remote south-eastern reaches of the Tarangire National Park. This relatively undeveloped park celebrated by safari travellers looking to head a little off the beaten track offers a welcome respite from the crowds of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater to the north. The latest addition is also Little Olivers camp designed for families.
- In national park
- Small Lodge