Little Oliver’s Campgory
Category: Luxury Tented Camp>>Location: Tarangire National Park
Little Oliver’s Camp is located in Tarangire National park in Northern Tanzania.This new camp is a satellite of the original Olivers Camp and is situated just 1km to the south.
Little Oliver’s Campc omprises just five guest tents and a simple mess area, all beautifully appointed . As well as being an extremely comfortable and stylish tented camp, the camp also has a reputation for great guiding, holding a special license to conduct walking safaris inside the reserve, something which we highly recommend, especially since it gives you the chance to approach elephant on foot.
Little Oliver’s Camp is a genuinely high quality option, with a depth, authenticity and quality that makes it a firm favorite amongst real safari enthusiasts.
Accommodation and Meals
The 5 luxury tents at Little Oliver’s Campare beautifully appointed with furniture made from reclaimed dhow wood and the large decks maximize the views over the animal packed swamp ahead. The tents have both indoor and outdoor showers, allowing guests to shower under the African stars.
The camp has a timber and thatch mess building, with dining space and a lounge. Meals tend to be eaten outside whenever possible, to give guests the best experience of the wilderness. The lounge has a small library, and some games for whiling away the time between game viewing activities.
The communal dining area at Little Oliver’s Camp is the perfect place to relax at the end of the day and reflect on the day’s sightings.
The intimate size of Little Oliver’s Camp makes it ideal for groups of friends or family who want to take it on an exclusive basis.
Closest Airport to Little Oliver’s Camp: Lake Manyara Airstrip 91.0 KM
Closest Properties Little Oliver’s Camp
- Oliver’s Camp 1.77 KM
- Swala Camp 12.06 KM
- Naitolia Tarangire Camp 19.54 KM
- Tarangire Sopa Lodge 28.75 KM
- Maweninga Camp 29.14 KM
Tarangire National Park
Tarangire is a compact and beautiful park that earns its place on any safari itinerary in Tanzania. Year-round water makes it particularly good for game. The Tarangire River in flood is a powerful beast, pouring out lakes into the landscape that survives, in lakes and swampy areas, throughout the dry season. Outside the Serengeti and Ngorongoro it has Tanzania’s greatest concentrations of wildlife – but far fewer visitors. Tarangire has a large population of elephant, often seen in their hundreds, migrant ungulates including specialist dry-country species such as the gerenuk and fringe-eared oryx. The birdlife is excellent, with one of the highest species counts this side of Tanzania