In the quiet south-east of Tarangire National Park, beside Silale and Lormakau marshes, Oliver's Camp is a lovely tented camp that sits on a low, sandy ridge. Open from June to the end of March, it is particularly good for game in the height of the dry season, when the marshes attract huge herds of buffalo, zebra and wildebeest. It originally started off as a temporary camp, but was made permanent in 2008.
Our view of Oliver's Camp
Oliver's is a lovely tented camp with a great location in the far south of the park. Even though it is now a permanent camp, it still retains a real bushcamp feel, and has a rustic charm with a luxurious edge. The food, service and guiding here are very good and the camp offers a great wilderness experience.
Oliver's Camp: Traveller ratings
Oliver's Camp stands on a sandy ridge in the south-east of Tarangire National Park.