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Accommodations in Tanzania
Arusha Ngorongoro Crater Serengeti Loliondo Tarangire
Hatari Lodge Ngorongoro Crater Lodge Klein's Camp Suyan Camp Oliver's Camp
    Grumeti River Camp   Swala Camp
    Sayari Camp    
    Kusini Camp    
More accommodations in Tanzania
Selous Ruaha Lake Manyara Zanzibar Pemba Islands Dar Es Salaam
Selous Safari Camp Jongomero Camp Lake Manyara Tree Lodge Mnemba Island Fundu Lagoon Ras Kutani
      Matwemwe Retreat    

Swala Camp
Nestled in a remote and exclusive location in south-western corner of Tarangire National Park, Swala is sited in a copse of majestic acacia trees at the edge of a wetland. Swala's nine private, permanent tents feature ensuite bathrooms with showers, complemented by fittings and fixtures crafted from local materials to mirror the understated elegance of the time-honoured safari style. The elevated terraces on the tents are appointed towards the waterhole where there is resident wildlife, including impala (after which the camp is named), waterbuck, lion and elephant groups. The exclusive location affords guests at the Camp private game viewing, wilderness luxury, and a privileged glimpse of raw Africa during game drives in open 4 x 4 vehicles. Meals are taken in a comfortable dining tent, with full silver service, Pan-African cuisine and fine wines adding to the "country house under canvas" ambience. Swala's accomplished hosts, personal tent attendants, safari guides and Masai askaris that accompany you to your tent at night enhance your stay with their own personalized African affability, professionalism and knowledge.
Oliver's Camp
Oliver’s Camp, located in the remote south-eastern unspoilt wilderness of Tarangire Park, features 8 guest tents. Solid wooden furniture, beautiful cloth and gorgeous warm showers that can be taken under the sky. Every evening, guests relax or drink sundowners at the fireplace. Tarangire is known for its large herds of elephant and majestic baobab trees. You can find many of the large African mammals here, including lion, leopard, buffalo, and lesser and greater kudu. The park hosts an enormous variety of birds - more than 500 species. The camp is ideally placed to view concentrations at waterholes and in the spectacular Silale swamps. This area offers the best chance of seeing lion, leopard and cheetah. Game drives from Oliver's Camp are in open vehicles, giving a feeling of absolute freedom. Off-road driving, allowed only in the remote areas, gets you closer to nature and wildlife. Walking is the absolute specialty of Oliver's Camp. You usually get close to large mammals such as elephant, giraffe, buffalo or even lion but the camps’ experienced naturalist guides avoid confrontations with animals (watching is not the same as disturbing!) and an armed national park ranger accompanies every walk.