The Camp

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Oliver's Camp

​Spacious tents are beautifully appointed, maximizing the views over the animal-packed swamp ahead. 

Accommodation

The atmosphere in camp is intimate and relaxing, with solid wooden furniture and an inviting lounge, giving a permanent, well established feel – the perfect contrast to the everchanging natural wilderness outside. 

​Wake up for a sunrise walk through pristine wilderness, experiencing the park as up-close and personal as possible, expertly guided by some of East Africa’s top guides. Back in main camp, enjoy game drives as they were meant to be: driving off-road to remote areas of the park, spending uninterrupted time with the diverse and abundant wildlife that this stunning park has to offer. 

Activities







Famous for its walking safaris, the camp offers a fantastic range of activities that allows guests to truly immerse themselves in the wild nature and abundant wildlife of Tarangire National Park.

Lion, leopard and cheetah stalk a wide range of mammals amongst the mystic baobab trees of the park, sharing the landscape with the famed Tarangire elephant and buffalo population and a spectacular concentration of bird species. 


For the adventurous, the camp serves as a base for walking safaris combined with private lightweight or “fly” camping: venturing out into the wilderness with nothing more than a light tent and a small crew of staff. Arrive for campfire drinks, have an amazing dinner surrounded by the sounds of wildlife and sleep under the stars with nothing but mosquito mesh separating you and the savannah around you. 

Set in the southern reaches of Tanzania’s remote Tarangire National Park,

Oliver’s Camp is an echo of the early days of East African safaris; when the camp offered a warm bed and crackling fire at the end of the day, yet the real magic was out there in the wilderness. Alongside the 10 en-suite tents that make up Oliver’s Camp, Little Oliver’s with just five tents offers a more private and intimate safari experience. Neither lack creature comforts, but both camps are aimed at travellers searching for untamed Africa.