Oliver’s Camp, Tarangire National Park
Oliver’s Camp, located in Tarangire National Park in the remote south of the Serengeti, is a place for those who want to experience an adventurous safari with ample comforts.
Join our knowledgeable guides for a walking safari, soar over the plains in a hot-air balloon or examine leopard tracks along a dusty road. At Oliver’s, you can get to know the landscape from all angles.
Our 10-tent camp is relaxed and comfy, imitating the original safari camps. The team at Oliver’s have worked together for years, creating a warm and welcoming atmosphere. Join us for delicious meals and interesting conversation in the main lodge and sundowners under the stars.
Oliver's Camp at a Glance
Open: June to March
Closed: April to May
Kuro: 60-minute drive from camp
Children aged five and older
Accommodation & Amenities
10 tents (including 1 four-sleeper family tent and a honeymoon tent)
Hot-water indoor and outdoor showers
Complimentary laundry service
In-room lockable box
Solar and generator power
From the moment we arrived we were on safari, immersed in nature with deep knowledge guides. Our tent camp was wonderful, from the outdoor shower to seeing breeding groups of elephants in the valley below. Then there was the food, excellent. I wanna go back - Lance R
I loved this camp for many reasons. The staff was wonderful and the company does a lot to give back to the communities around them. They host local children to help them understand the need for conservation among other contributions to the villages. The tented camps are right out there with the animals. We had many encounters with large herds of elephants - camryan
My wife and I stayed at Oliver's camp for a couple of nights during our recent National Geographic trip to Tanzania. The staff at Oliver's were warm, friendly and extremely helpful and made our stay like a visit with friends. The platform tents are very comfortable and the camp's location is breathtaking, over looking a beautiful valley with elephants and other wildlife spotted each morning. The Tarangire national park is full of animals including elephants and giraffes and a must see. Food at the camp was very good and they took great care to provide gluten free options for all my meals. We had a wonderful visit and someday hope to return - niagarariverfatman