Oliver’s Camp in Tarangire National Park
Oliver’s Camp is an ideal choice for wildlife enthusiasts seeking an exciting safari with all the comforts. Guests can experience day and night game drives, walking safaris and even adventurous fly camping!
Ten en-suite tents provide low-key and comfortable accommodations that recall safari camps of old, with earth tones, large outdoor showers, twin or king beds, and twin/king bedding arrangements.
Early Life and Education
Oliver’s Camp is located in a remote wilderness zone of Tarangire National Park’s southern area near Silale Swamps and features 10 suites and 5 tents to provide guests with an intimate stay, including one offshooting (Little Oliver’s) that sits approximately one kilometer from its main section of accommodation.
Camp Minyonyo offers a relaxing, comfortable setting with genuine bush feel, excellent guides and wide array of activities. The location overlooks both a floodplain and Minyonyo Pools for added beauty.
Oliver’s Park is an ideal destination at this time of year as the rains have left behind lush landscapes filled with vibrant wildflowers, and herds return to graze on them.
Olivers Camp is located in a remote wilderness zone within Tarangire National Park and boasts 10 tents that offer guests an exclusive bush experience. Not to mention their delicious meals and incredible service at Oliver’s.
Oliver entered his professional career by joining the Triple-A Columbus Clippers, an affiliate team of the Pittsburgh Pirates. Though initially struggling, Oliver eventually began to find his rhythm.
Oliver returned from Europe after competing in two seasons and signed with Bellator MMA, debuting with an early victory via spinning elbow choke submission win in his first round bout at Bellator London and becoming ranked #13 globally with an impressive list of accomplishments and honors to his name.
Achievement and Honors
Oliver’s Camp and Little Oliver’s are two camping destinations known for offering unforgettable walking safari experiences in Tarangire’s South-East corner, famed for its elephant herds and baobab trees.
Ten luxurious tent rooms are situated privately on a ridge, overlooking a flood plain, while two family tents (formerly Little Oliver’s) feature open sided bathrooms and decks to relax on.
The main area is a two-story wooden and thatch structure featuring comfortable leather armchairs and reclaimed dhow wood furniture reclaimed from former vessels, offering breathtaking views across the floodplain and making an ideal place for sundowner cocktails.
Oliver’s Camp is run by an experienced team, making you feel as if you have joined an extended family. Oliver’s offers an authentic bush experience coupled with superior service and top quality guiding.
Oliver’s Camp is one of Asilia Africa’s 23 safari camps located throughout East Africa and was founded by Paul Oliver in 1992. This camp is best known for offering walking safaris where guests can view wildlife such as elephants in close proximity, while being guided by an expert guide.
At this camp, all ten tents are spacious with en suite bathrooms that include indoor and outdoor showers, flush toilets and in room lockable boxes. Families with children are accommodated in family tents; guests can relax after engaging in various activities at the camp on their private verandas, in the lounge/library tent or around a fire.
Fly camping is an amazing additional activity at our camp that allows guests to spend an unforgettable night under the stars using night vision goggles to spot night-time animals – it is truly unforgettable and available at an additional cost. Book it today!
Camp Silale Lormakau is located in the south eastern section of the park near Silale and Lormakau Marshes and comprises 10 luxury tented camps including family tents and honeymoon suites, offering guests privacy while providing great views of surrounding wildlife and landscape. Each tent comes equipped with its own bathroom featuring indoor and outdoor showers as well as flush toilets to make guests’ experience truly luxurious.
Asilia Africa was originally founded and managed by Paul Oliver – one of Tarangire’s pioneers against poaching – but has since been acquired and run by Asilia Africa with 23 camps spread throughout East Africa and renowned for their high standards of hospitality.
Oliver won four consecutive Big 12 Conference championships and finished as NCAA national runner-up twice during his collegiate career, as well as winning both Dave Shultz Memorial and Bill Farrell Memorial titles.