This, highly exclusive, little camp is 1 km downstream from the original Oliver’s Camp and overlooks a flood plain of the Minyoyo Pools that form part of the Tarangire river system. The 5 well-appointed tents with full en-suite these spacious tents are beautifully appointed with furniture made from reclaimed dhow wood and the large decks maximize the views over the animal packed swamp ahead. The tents have both indoor and outdoor showers, allowing for a shower under the African stars. Little Oliver’s is built in complete harmony with the surrounding environment. Delicious meals and drinks are served under canvas in a spacious dining and relaxation tent. The intimate size of this camp makes it ideal for groups of friends or family who want to take it on an exclusive basis.
The 5 well-appointed tents with full en-suite facilities are beautifully furnished with handmade pieces crafted from the reclaimed timber of old trading dhows that plied the East African coast in earlier times. Each tent has its own large deck that overlooks the flood plain and, from the comfort of your easy chair, you can sit back and observe the never-ending ebb and flow of wildlife species that pass by a little more than a stone’s-throw away. In addition to this, each tent has both an indoor and an outdoor shower—so you have the choice of showering under canvas or the African sky.
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Dining is taken around a big table with the rest of the guests in this small, luxurious camp. Drinks are offered through the trip in the form of sundowners and wine. Guides and hosts usually take part in meals.
The range of activities on offer at Little Oliver's Camp is unique for a camp inside a Tanzanian National Park. Off-road driving makes wildlife drives more intense and interesting and allows you to get closer to the action. Walking and fly camping add another unique element to a safari that is hard to find in other parts of Tanzania. The park's stunning natural beauty is ideal for wildlife and nature photography. Game drives from Little Oliver's Camp are usually carried out in open vehicles, giving a feeling of absolute freedom. Off-road driving, allowed only in the remote areas of the park, gets you closer to nature and wildlife - from spider to lion - and you'll discover rare and interesting species that usually go unnoticed when driving on dedicated roads. Walking is the absolute specialty of Little Oliver's Camp. The privilege of walking in these prime natural areas gives you exhilarating feeling of adventure.