What we love about Oliver's Camp
It's atmospheric - Imitating the original safari camps, Oliver's Camp is built in a rustic design with warm orange lanterns lighting up each lodge, welcoming you back after a days safari.
Meals with a view - Have breakfast, lunch, or dinner on their spacious veranda overlooking the vast plains of Tarangire National Park, and watch the wildlife pass you by all hours of the day.
For big cat lovers - All year round, you have the opportunity to see big cats from the lodge - Tarangire National Park boasts a high population of them, so there's a big chance of spotting one at all times.
Oliver's Camp supports local communities: its produce is sourced in Arusha and their honey is from a local women’s project.
Oliver's Camp consists of 10 en-suite tents overlooking the rolling flood plains. The earth tones of each tent cause them to blur into the environment seamlessly. Beds can be twin or king-sized to suit your needs best.
All bathrooms have flushing toilets and both indoor and outdoor showers.
At the end of the day, grab a drink and sit on your own private veranda and take in the peace and serenity of the East African bush.
Things to do at Oliver's Camp
There is an abundance of activities for you to enjoy at Oliver's Camp, and the friendly staff will be more than happy to help organise these for you.
Some of our favourites include:
- Game drives in either the morning or the afternoon with knowledgeable guides
- Nights drive with the option of eating your delicious dinner in the bush
- Walking safaris accompanied by expert guides
- Hot air balloon safaris - see the plains of Tarangire National Park from all angles.
When to Visit
The best months to visit Tarangire are September and October, when the peak season crowds have thinned and the dry conditions are still excellent for wildlife spotting.
However, Oliver’s is a year-round camp, where even the wet seasons are great for photography and birding.