- Game drives and night drives at Oliver's
- Guided walking safaris from camp
- Fly camping and hot-air balloon safari option
- Year-round viewing of big cats
- The guides and staff at Oliver's are exceptional
- Oliver's is that quintessential classic safari camp
- Lodge type; Small Safari Lodge
- Location; Tarangire National Park
- Lodge size; 10 Tented Suites
- Recommended stay; 2-5 nights
Oliver's: A Small Safari Lodge in the Heart of Tanzania's Remote Tarangire National Park
Discover East Africa lodging just as it should be here at Oliver's Camp in the heart of Tanzania's remote Tarangire National Park. This spectacular camping is located close to the wildlife-rich Silale Swamps and Minyonyo Pools, where year-round sightings of cats, elephants and plains game are common.
Oliver's is intimate and personal, staffed by a world-class team that has worked together for many years to perfect a safari experience that guests consistently rank among their best.
Tarangire offers visitors huge herds of elephants and buffalos and a remarkable concentration of big cats. Wild dogs, kudu, oryx and gerenuk, can also be found here, along with arguably the best bird diversity in Africa (More than 550 species).
Oliver's Camp is strategically designed to blend in with the landscape and make the most of its spectacular setting. Each of the 10 tented suites has a large bedroom, en-suite bathroom and private veranda overlooking the Tarangire.
The central guest area comprises an open-sided dining room, lounge and library, all raised on stilts for superb views.
The guiding team at Oliver's Camp Tarangire is exceptional, offering both game drives and walking safaris. Fly camping and hot air ballooning can also be arranged on request.
Oliver's Camp is the perfect base for exploring the world-renowned Tarangire National Park.
10 en-suite safari tents showcase bush elegance in a spectacular setting, with each suite offering leather armchairs and headboards that are hand-carved from African mahogany, all with amazing vistas out into the surrounding bush.
All suites come complete en suite bathrooms with flushing toilets and spacious outdoor showers, and private verandas.
8 Standard suites as well as one family tent (sleeps four) and a honeymoon tent.
- In-room safe
- Complimentary laundry service
- Solar and generator power
- Battery-charging in-room facilities
Oliver's Camp specializes in delicious home-cooked meals served alfresco to guests either in an indoor or outdoor environment (weather and temperature-dependent). All ingredients are sourced in Arusha, supporting local communities there, and a local women’s project will soon be supplying all honey used at the camp.
Start the day with a Continental breakfast, with bacon and eggs to order, served in camp.
Lunches are light and fresh.
Dinners are three-course sit-down meals, with a traditional barbecue served once a week.
Picnic breakfasts and lunches are on offer if you prefer to eat while you are on a game drive.
The central guest area facilities at Olivers Camp are excellent and offer guests that classic safari camp experience.
There is a comfortable lounge area with sofas and a small reference library, as well as a dining area where guests can enjoy home-cooked meals.
The wooden viewing deck is a great spot to relax and take in the incredible views of the surrounding Tarangire wildlife, birdlife and scenery.
Game drives; Game drives are offered twice daily in the cooler mornings and evenings, all in an open game-viewing vehicle. All vehicles have power points where you can recharge your devices. Private vehicles are available at an additional cost.
Night drives; As night falls, Africa's nocturnal wildlife comes out to play. Discover the magic of the bush under the stars on an exhilarating night drive.
Walking safaris; A speciality of Oliver's Camp is the walking safari option, all within this spectacular area with its exhilarating and memorable wildlife and birdlife.
Fly camping; (optional) sleeping out in a lightweight fly camp with nothing more than a tent, a guide and a small team of staff.
Hot-air balloon safaris; (optional) a romantic and evocative balloon safari.
Families with children aged five and older are warmly welcomed in Oliver’s Camp, which has a family tent that sleeps four. Oliver's does not, however, offer specific activities for children or personal guides. Note that children below 12 should always share a tent with an adult.
Please Note: Families with children under 12 must book a private game-viewing vehicle.
Oliver's Camp is the perfect destination for a Tanzanian and Tarangire National Park safari.
With its prime location in Tarangire National Park, guests have access to world-renowned wildlife and bird viewing opportunities.
The camp is elegantly designed with comfortable accommodations and delicious cuisine.
Whether you're on a game drive, night drive, or walking safari, you are sure to enjoy your time at Oliver's Camp.
From US$ 740.00 pp
Olivers Camp Rates
Per person per night sharing
Rates are in US Dollars
*Rates may vary according to season
- Full board accommodation
- All drinks (except champagne, cellar wines, premium brand spirits)
- TANAPA camping fees and walking fees (subject to change)
- Laundry service
- Scheduled open vehicle game drives
- Guided walking safaris
- Night game drives
- Transfers to/from Kuro airstrip
- Champagne, cellar wines, premium brand spirits
- International and local flights
- Items of a personal nature
- Optional activities on offer
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