Little Oliver's Camp offers it all

The exclusivity of Little Oliver’s Camp captures Africa at her best. Set in the game-rich area of Tarangire National Park, guests can expect top-notch game viewing tailored to their own particular interests. Classic game drives are a must, but Little Oliver’s Camp takes safari one step further with its walking excursions, night drives, balloon safaris, and authentic fly camping. 

Located in an isolated corner of Tarangire National Park, the closest airstrip is a scenic hour-long drive away ensuring that upon arrival at Little Oliver’s Camp, guests will feel completely separated from the hustle and bustle of their daily lives. The camp blends effortlessly with the landscape and overlooks a flood plain of the Minyoyo Pools. Regular sightings include elephant, lion, leopard, cheetah, wildebeest, and giraffe. The endangered African wild dog is even known to pass through. 

Guests are accommodated in five luxury (solar and generator-powered) safari tents, including one triple tent merely one kilometre downstream from the Oliver’s Camp. All tents have en-suite bathrooms, hot water, flushing toilets, and indoor and outdoor showers. Guests can marvel at wildlife on the floodplain from the comfort and privacy of their tent. 

Highlights

  • Exclusive location in the southern part of Tarangire National Park
  • Camp is closed for one month of the year between 5 April and 15 May
  • Game drives, walking safaris, fly camping, night drives, and balloon safaris are available
  • Five safari tents including one triple tent
  • Families with children from the age of five are welcome

Location

Tarangire National Park

Popular Facilities

  • Parking
  • Restaurant
  • Shuttle Service
  • Room Service
  • Guest Lounge and Full Bar Service

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From $433 per person per night
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