Oliver’s Camp is located near the lower end of the Tarangire National Park, not far from the Silale Swamp and featuring a decent population of wildlife. It offers 8 tents, and preserves an intimate feeling as guests and hosts mingle without pressure. The camp provides meals around a large dining table, where all guests again interact and enjoy the individualized care of each dish served. Besides using the surrounding plains as a venue for learning and experiencing the untamed, the camp’s naturalist guides offer a wealth of information and are willing to converse on such subjects of interest.
This is located in a remote area in the unspoilt wilderness of Tarangire National park in Northern Tanzania. It is a tough drive home, being situated way down in the western reaches, but has an authentic hard-nosed real bush appeal. The entirety of Olivers Camp is tented, with dining tent, laundry tent and kitchen tent spread out among the rocks and trees. As such the camp does not have much of a central focus, and is perhaps better suited to the determinedly anti-social. Vast and ancient boulders nearby provide a good vantage point for sunset-watchers, and attract admirably agile rock-climbing klipspringer antelope, which are impressively small and quick.
The camp features only 8 beautifully furnished guest tents. Solid wooden furniture, beautiful cloth and gorgeous warm showers that can be taken under the Tarangire sky. Every evening, guests relax or read in the lounge and library tent, or drink sundowners at the fireplace, from which superb views of landscape and sunset can be enjoyed.
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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 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 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 Oliver's Camp. The privilege of walking in these prime natural areas gives you exhilarating feeling of adventure.
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