Deep in the wild South of the spectacular Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp may well be the best kept secret for travelers seeking a real, intense bush experience.
Famous for large elephant herds and baobab trees, Tarangire offers these and much more:
lion, cheetah and leopard compete for a wide range of mammals to be seen – all complimented by the most prolific birdlife. Oliver’s Camp offers a variety of ways to venture into the wilderness: walking safaris and night game drives inside the park, off and on-road driving plus fly camping. All of which are excellent ways to truly immerse oneself in the Tarangire, a park rich in wildlife and light on human traffic.
Having relocated several times during its long history, Oliver’s Camp has settled in what is no doubt the most spectacular location in the park close to the animal dense Silale Swamps. Overlooking a flood plain of the Minyonyo Pools, part of the Tarangire River, the camp has a spectacular view and easy access to a dense concentration of wildlife. Consisting of only nine beautifully appointed, spacious tents, intimacy is ensured. A world-class team of staff completes an experience that guests consistently rank amongst their best, and most inspiring of all time.