Little Oliver's Camp

Reviews of Little Oliver's Camp

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Below are independent comments from 2 of our travellers who have visited Little Oliver's Camp, and have kindly agreed to share their thoughts.

They do not necessarily represent the views of Expert Africa.
Gorilla-trekkers from Surrey
Arrived on: 4-Aug-2014 Stayed for: 3 nights
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Little Oliver's Camp review

Good location to camp and very nice setting for main lodge and all the seperate rooms. Just a little bit of a trek to the room if yours is number 6 and at the end, also a hassle needing a person to walk us to the lodge and back to the room in the evenings.

Beware the picnic on the way to the lodge after you are picked up, as it is where quite a few people congregate for lunch and rather spoils the idea of a safari in the open bush to one's self.

The other thing to be wary of in this area is the tsetse flies which can congregate in quite large numbers and soon come towards the vehical in some places when you are stopped.

Lots of game to see and good for a night drive. Also very good walking with the camp manager who was very experienced.

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Mr & Mrs H from Middlesex
Arrived on: 26-Aug-2013 Stayed for: 2 nights
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Oliver's Camp review

Although we expected, according to our itinerary, to stay at Oliver's camp we were taken instead to Little Oliver's. We did query this with the camp manager but she assured us that it wasn't a mistake. In honour of our anniversary we were given the honeymoon accommodation. The camp was lovely and very well run. The relief manager, Mouse, was an excellent host and her stories of East Africa around the fire and at dinner added to a very convivial atmosphere.

As we had the same guide/driver for all the Asilia camps/lodges we'll comment further in the final section but we thoroughly enjoyed watching the elephants, in particular, and were also lucky to see much other wildlife including lions.

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