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Tanzania

Welcome to Tanzania, The Home of Safari

Tanzania, the epitome of safari adventures, beckons with its iconic destinations such as the vast Serengeti National Park, the captivating Ngorongoro Crater, and the wildlife-rich Tarangire National Park. Beyond the wildlife, immerse yourself in diverse cultural encounters, from encounters with the Hadzabe people, the last bushmen in Africa, to encounters with the proud Maasai warriors. Each day unfolds in Africa’s premier lodges and Mobile Tented Camps, meticulously selected and tailored to your preferences by our expert team. Embark on an authentic Tanzania safari and marvel at the renowned Ngorongoro Crater, or witness the first light of dawn illuminating Mount Kilimanjaro. The sights and sounds of the Serengeti, teeming with wildlife, herald the start of a spectacular day filled with Gorilla Walking Safaris. 

Experience

the awe-inspiring wildlife of Tanzania’s Safari in a single, breathtaking video! Explore the majestic landscapes of the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater, encountering iconic creatures in their natural habitat. From graceful giraffes to thundering wildebeests, every moment is a testament to Africa’s untamed beauty. Don’t miss this captivating journey!

WHY YOU SHOULD VISIT TANZANIA.
  • Experience rich Ancient cultures and Tranditons
  • Wildlife Safari Adventures
  • Marvel at panoramic views and abundant resident game in the famed Serengeti
  • Follow the Great Wildebeest Migration
  • Float silently over the endless plains on a balloon safari
  • Experience the pristine coral reefs and sheer wall dives off the coast
  • Take in epic Rift Valley scenery and dramatic escarpment views
  • Stand on the high rim of the scenic masterpiece of the Ngorongoro Crater
BEST TIME TO TRAVEL

December – March
June – September

TANZANIA WEATHER

Clear Warm Weather all Year
Heavy rains in April & May

AIRPORTS

Kilimanjaro International &
Dar es Salaam Airports

TIME ZONE

Universal Time Coordinated /
Greenwich Mean Time +2 hours

FACTS & FAQs ABOUT TANZANIA

There are numerous direct flight options to Tanzania from Europe, the Middle East, and Africa, though none from the United States. KLM operates direct flights between Dar es Salaam and Amsterdam’s Schiphol airport, while Emirates offers daily flights from Dubai.

Other airlines frequently servicing Tanzania include Air Tanzania, the national carrier, as well as Kenya Airways, Ethiopian Airlines, Uganda Airlines, Fast Jet, Rwandair, South African Airways, and Swiss Air.

Turkish Airlines operates flights between Istanbul, Dar es Salaam, and Kilimanjaro. Oman Air offers routes to Dar via Muscat, continuing on to Zanzibar. Qatar Airways and British Airways provide connections between Dar es Salaam, Zanzibar, and Doha. Additionally, Uganda Airlines and Rwandair offer daily connections throughout East Africa.

It is safe and okay traveling to Tanzania all year around, although some months are rainy and some are dry.

June till october are dry seasons and are the best time for wildlife viewing but is also the migration time and peak season in Tanzania.

November till march are wet seasons with rains in some parts of the country. April and may are the most heavy rain seasons in Tanzania.

Lodges have lower rates in the rainy seasons but the experience for wildlife is extraordinary beautiful.

The Tanzanian shilling (Tsh) is Tanzania’s official regulated currency. The currency’s notes include 500, 1,000, 2,000, 5,000, and 10,000. The exchange rate fluctuates between Tsh 2450 and 2,803 to EUR 1 (Tsh 2,240 and 2,340 to USD 1.)

Most brand hotels accept US dollars, Pound Starlings, Euros and Tanzanian shillings and take all major credit cards. Be aware that using a credit card often comes with a surcharge of 3%–10%. All low-priced hotels accept Tanzanian shillings.

Although most Tanzania safari trips are trouble-free, violent and armed crime exists. There are very few or even no victims of mugging and bag snatching (especially by passing cars or motorbikes) and armed robbery outside the big cities.

At no point during your Tanzania trip will we leave you alone unless you choose to be. Your private safari driver and guide will pick you up from the airport and chauffeur you during your trip, and they’ll ensure that you have safely boarded your flight back home at the safari’s end. Basically, you’ll always have someone with you who knows the country (or lodge surroundings) intimately so that they can keep you safe.

All Non Africans require a visa to enter Tanzania; it costs USD 100 for US Citizens and $50 for others and is valid for three months.

Please check with your embassy as some countries are visa-exempt. A multiple entry visa costs $100 for everyone, and you can get a transit visa for $30, valid for 14 days.

You can buy a visa upon arrival, but you’ll need cash and at least two passport pictures. Whenever possible, get your visa ahead of time to avoid long lines and headaches. Tanzania issues electronic visas, but no stamp or label in your passport.

Tanzania has the best weather all year through. It experiences two seasons each year with Heavy rains in April and May then October & November for mild rains

Most Tanzania Safari attractions are showcasing their best during wildlife drama and action between June to August during the wildbeest migration. During this time, the climate is friendly, mostly no rains, and wildlife viewing is climaxing. The dry season is the peak season for a safari in tanzania. Everyone else also considers this the best time for a tanzaniaSafari trip.

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If you’re visiting Tanzania’s safari parks, the chances are that you’ll be visiting a malarial game reserver. As many travellers do, you can take oral prophylactic drugs before, during, or after your Tanzania safari holiday. Your travel doctor can advise you on which drugs to take and when to prevent malaria infections.

If pregnant or travelling with kids, take extra precautions or consider a nonmalarial region for your safari.

Some of the major vaccine jabs you should consider before travelling to Tanon arena include yellow fever, polio, tetanus, Hepatitis A, typhoid, meningococcus, rabies, and. It’s not necessary to have a COVID-19 and a cholera jab.

Places to visit in Tanzania

Gombe National Park

Gombe National Park is a verdant haven renowned for its exceptional chimpanzee tracking experiences.The chimpanzee population in Gombe continues to be the focus of the world’s most extensive study of

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Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park

Discover the renowned Lake Manyara National Park, famed for its iconic tree-climbing lions, the mesmerizing soda ash lake drawing in flocks of pink flamingos, and boasting one of Tanzania’s largest

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Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park portal is a non-commercial with all information from wildlife, attractions, Tarangire activities, to safari accommodation, when to go, how to get there, Tarangire Safaris & Tours, Cost

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1 Day Ngorongoro Crater Tour

Serengeti National park

Serengeti National Park, in northern Tanzania, is known for its massive annual migration of wildebeest and zebra. Seeking new pasture, the herds move north from their breeding grounds in the

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Our Tanzania tours

1 Day Ngorongoro Crater Tour

1 Day Ngorongoro Crater Tour

Experience the wonders of the Ngorongoro Crater with our day trip departing from Arusha or Karatu. Delve into the heart of Tanzania’s northern tourism hub and marvel at the world’s

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