Located in the remote south of Tarangire National Park, guests in Oliver’s Camp enjoy privacy and exclusivity rarely found anywhere inside a national park.
From the camp, a much wider eco-system can be overlooked: the Ngorongoro highlands, the Great Rift Valley, the Lame Manyara region and of course Tarangire National Park itself.
Walking safaris are the specialty of the camp, and the depth of knowledge and experience of the camp naturalist guides makes the experience one to never forget.
The camp features 8 beautifully furnished guest tents. Every evening, guests relax or read in the lounge and library tent, or drink sundowners at the fireplace.
The range of activities on offer at Oliver's Camp is unique for a camp inside a Tanzanian National Park. Off-road driving allows you to get closer to the action. Walking and Fly Camping add another unique element to a safari.
Walking is the absolute specialty of Oliver's Camp. The privilege of walking in these natural areas gives you an exhilarating feeling of adventure. Although you'll usually get close to large mammals such as elephant, giraffe, buffalo or even lion, walking safaris are very safe.
The experienced guides of Oliver's Camp and an armed national park ranger will accompany you on every walk.
Walking safaris can take an hour or a whole morning or afternoon, but combined with fly camping, they can take several days, letting you discover the most remote parts of Tarangire.
The fly camp is typically booked as part of a walking safari or simply as a completely private night away from the main camp.
Tarangire boasts large herds of elephants and buffalo roaming around mystic baobab trees, plus a large concentration of big cats and arguably the best bird diversity in East Africa.
The stunning beauty and richness of Tarangire's nature and wildlife and the wide range of activities at Oliver's Camp are best enjoyed by staying at least 2 nights.