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Tarangire National Park, Tanzania
Little Oliver's Camp
- Unspoilt and exclusive wilderness area
- Unrivalled range of activities including walking safaris, night drives and fly camping
- Ideal for small groups or families looking for a totally private safari
Facilities includeChild friendly Room safe Room service
- Fly camping
- Games drives
- Night drives
- Walking safaris
- Hot air balloon rides
Seasons in Tanzania
About Little Oliver's Camp
Little Oliverâs Camp is just a kilometre downstream from bigger brother, Oliverâs Camp, overlooking a flood plain of the Minyoyo Pools. With just five small and very exclusive, en-suite tents, the camp is intimate and personal â ideal for small groups or families looking for a totally private safari. Small enough to call your own, and with the Oliverâs highly personal service and experienced guides, Little Oliverâs is simply unbeatable. Little Oliverâs is perfectly situated to make the most of the spectacular wildlife and landscapes.
Little oliversâs Camp is situated in the remote south-eastern reaches of Tarangire National Park, and is just a kilometer downstream from Olivers Camp.
How to get there
Fly into Kilimanjaro International Airport, which is situated 46km from Arusha. It is also possible to fly to Julius Nyerere International Airport near Dar es Salaam and book a domestic flight to Arusha Airport.
To get to Little Oliverâs Camp you can either fly or drive to Tarangire National Park from both Arusha and Kilimanjaro.
When to go
â¢ Camp open - May to March (closed 5 April to 15 May)
â¢ Peak season - August
â¢ High season - July; September to October; 20 December to 5 January
â¢ Low season - June; 1 November to 19 December
â¢ Green season - 15 to 31 May
In Tanzania, visas are required by most foreign nationals whether visiting for a holiday or to conduct business.
Tanzania does permit some foreign nationals (mostly African and Asian) visa free travel for up to three months, however, except for Kenya, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda, they still need to obtain entry permit clearance.
Tanzinia is a malaria area. It is advised that you use malaria prophylaxis and consult your doctor or pharmacist regarding recommended brands.
In April and May, when the annual rains end, the lush grasslands and profusion of wildflowers provide excellent conditions for walking safaris.
From August to October is the dry season, vast herds of wildlife congregate on the floodplains in front of Little Oliverâs. During this time, Tarangire contains the highest concentration of mammals in any of Tanzaniaâs renowned national parks.
In November rains return and the herds depart and are replaced by masses of migratory birds, providing fascinating displays for birdwatchers.
Travelling with children
Families with children aged five and older are warmly welcomed in Little Oliverâs, however the camp do not offer special family tents, specific activities for children or personal guides. Children are accommodated in a separate tent or by adding a third bed to a tent. Note that children below 12 should always share a tent with an adult.
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