Little Oliver’s Camp offers an even more exclusive experience of Tarangire National Park than Oliver’s Camp one kilometre upstream. Overlooking a floodplain, this tiny, beautiful five-tent camp is full of handmade furniture including beds crafted from recycled dhow timbers. All guest tents also have private ensuite facilities fitted with indoor and outdoor showers.
Meals and drinks at this campsite are served in a spacious central area under canvas, with a separate mess area to relax and watch wildlife go by. Regular visitors to Little Oliver’s Camp include lion, serval, elephant and giraffe.
Activities at this property include game drives in the early morning or late afternoon. Night safaris are also possible, searching for nocturnal creatures with a powerful spotlight. Little Oliver’s Camp also offers walking safaris – a rare privilege in a national park – where you can learn to identify wildlife by spoor. For the ultimate wilderness experience, go fly camping – this adventure lets you sleep out under the stars. Hot air ballooning is also an option at this bush lodge.