Oliver’s Camp is something else. Situated in the south-east of the Tarangire National Camp, it provides great game viewing at the Silale swamps and various waterholes. And it also plays host to the annual migration of wildlife from the Serengeti to Tarangire in July and back in November.
Accommodation consists of just 8 tents so you are assured of a private and exclusive bush experience. Each tent has its own private verandah, ideal for relaxing and watching animals pass you by, as well as en-suite bathroom, flush toilet and shower. There is also a lounge and library tent as well as the fireplace which roars into the African night.
In the remote south-east corner of the Tarangire National Park, you really do feel part of the wild at Oliver's Camp. Set around the Silale swamps teeming with herds of elephant, cats and other animals, you are guaranteed some pretty damn good game viewing! You also have your own private verandah from where you can spot animals and a vast array of birdlife.