Tucked away in the remote south of Tarangire National Park, Oliver’s Camp comprises of just 10 well-appointed ensuite tents, each with indoor and outdoor showers plus plenty of hot running water. Interiors complement the camp’s natural setting, with handmade African mahogany furniture and red leather armchairs to match the rusty soils outside. Private verandas offer lovely views of Tarangire’s ubiquitous baobab trees.
The understated main lodge is generally where meals are served communally in the dining room or al fresco. Guests can also relax here in the comfortable chairs or around the crackling campfire. Commonly seen around the campsite are zebra, elephant, spotted hyena and sometimes even lion or leopard!
Activities at Oliver’s Camp include two game drives a day in open gameviewing vehicles where everyone gets a “window” seat. Other options include night drives, walking safaris led by a knowledgeable guide and armed park ranger as well as fly camping, which offers a chance to sleep beneath the stars. Guests can also arrange a hot air balloon safari, a truly memorable activity which will have you floating over the plains and all its wildlife.