Conde Nast Traveller Reader’s Choice Awards: Oliver’s Camp 6th Best Safari Camp in Africa
Each year, Conde Nast Traveller allows their readers to vote for their best destinations, hotels, villas, spas, airlines, airports, cruises and tour operators. Since the very first Reader’s Awards was held in 1998, this year’s are the biggest the awards have ever been – more than 600 000 voters registered and thousands of hotels, destinations and travel fixers were voted for.
Oliver’s Camp was rated the 6th Best Safari Camp in Africa – and we couldn’t be more proud of this achievement! A huge thank you to each and every guest who took the time to vote for us in this year’s Readers Awards.
Oliver’s Camp – the ideal location to explore the Tarangire National Park.
Oliver’s Camp, Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
This is the way you should discover Africa. Oliver’s Camp is located within the remote southern reaches of the famous Tarangire National Park. The camp has just 10 beautifully appointed rooms, set in the most spectacular location. There is incredible wildlife in the area throughout the year, and Oliver’s Camp provides the ideal base to explore the region. When staying at Oliver’s Camp, you havedirect access to the dense concentration of wildlife, as well as the chance to enjoy walking safaris.Oliver’s is intimate and personal, staffed by a world-class team who have worked together for many years to perfect the ultimate safari experience.
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