Asilia Oliver's Camp

Found in the south of Tarangire National Park, Oliver's Camp offers an authentic safari experience, echoing the adventures of a bygone era. The camp is nearby the Silale and Lormakau marshes and is a great place for game viewing, the dry season in particular brings wildebeest, buffalo and zebra to the marshes.

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  • Emergency medical care

Oliver's retains a real back to basics bushcamp feel with a luxurious edge. The camp boasts 10 en-suite tents with an outside shower and flush toilet. Accommodation features a private veranda and interiors that reflect the natural colours of the wilderness outside. Tents are not unnecessarily luxurious but possess all of the essential amenities and furnishings for a comfortable stay, with a double bed and red leather arm chairs.

Dining at the lodge is an intimate affair, with communal dinners served at the main tent. The campfire is another focal point of interaction and relaxation, with daring safari tales told late at night over a drink. There is a laundry service provided and power in the lodge is supplied via solar power as well as a generator. For charging camera batteries, there are charging facilities available.

Getting There

Fly into the Kuro Airstrip, followed by a one hour transfer to camp Transfers by road are possible from Arusha (4.5 hours) or Ngorongoro (5 hours)


Day and night game drives, walking safaris, bush picnics, balloon safaris

Please note some activites may have an additional cost

Read what our previous clients thought of Asilia Oliver's Camp

Review of Asilia Oliver's Camp

Robin Utley

Review of Asilia Oliver's Camp

David& Susan Lyon

What a special place and experience! The staff were lovely and the managers felt like owners of the camp. We loved the "authentic" bush experience, with the bush tv (aka camp fire), beautiful vistas with gin & tonics, outside shower and the animals walking through the camp at night. The food was probably the best food we had on the trip. I wish we stayed…

22/08/2015 Read full trip review

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