Most visitors will find themselves passing through Dar es Salaam and heading out to the wilderness areas and other destinations. For those who want to spend some time soaking up the sun, the beautiful beaches of Zanzibar beckon.

Off Pemba and Mafia islands is another kind of natural wonder, appreciated by the scuba divers and snorkelers who come here from around the world to experience the coral gardens, colorful fish, and crystal clear waters.

Explore your options and discover the best places to visit with our list of the top attractions in Tanzania.

1. Mount Kilimanjaro

Mount Kilimanjaro is Africa's highest peak (5,895 m) and Tanzania's most iconic image. Mount Kilimanjaro National Park, unlike other parks in northern Tanzania, is not visited for the wildlife but for the chance to stand in awe of this beautiful snow-capped mountain and, for many, to climb to the summit. Mount Kilimanjaro can be climbed at any time, although the best period is from late June to October, during the dry season.

Kilimanjaro, a World Heritage Site, was formed over 1 million years ago by volcanic movement along the Rift Valley. Three volcanic cones - Shira, Kibo, and Mawenzi - came to be about 750,000 years ago. The highest point is Uhuru Peak on Kibo, which is one of the Seven Summits of the world.

The mountain rises from farmland on the lower level to rainforest and alpine meadow and then barren lunar landscape at the peaks. The slopes of rainforest are home to buffaloes, leopards, monkeys, elephants and eland. The alpine zone is where bird watchers will find an abundance of birds of prey.

Although no immediate project is in the works, in late 2020 the government approved a plan to build a cable car on Mt. Kilimanjaro. If constructed, it would take visitors to 3,700 meters above sea level.

2. Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park Serengeti National Park is a vast treeless plain with millions of animals living here or passing through in search of fresh grasslands. It's most famous for the annual wildebeest migration but you can also see the Big Five here, and nearly 500 species of birds have been recorded on the Serengeti. As the second largest national park in Tanzania, the Serengeti attracts tens of thousands of tourists each year. The best months for wildlife viewing in Serengeti National Park are between June and September. The wet season is from March to May, with the coldest period from June to October. The annual migration of over 1.5 million wildebeest and hundreds of thousands of zebra and gazelle takes place in May or early June. This migration is one of the most impressive natural events and the primary draw for many tourists.

3. Zanzibar Beaches

Zanzibar Beaches The island of Zanzibar, also called Unguja, is a major holiday destination in Tanzania and known for its beautiful beaches. Part of the Zanzibar archipelago, which consists of the islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, this island has some of the best beaches in the world. The surf varies depending on what side of the island you are on, but visitors will find soft white sand and clear shallow water, along with traditional boats lining the shore. The historic city of Stone Town, known for old Arabian townhouses, narrow alleyways, and a busy port, is located in the heart of Zanzibar.

4. Ngorongoro Conservation Area

Ngorongoro Conservation Area Located between the Serengeti and Lake Manyara, the Ngorongoro Conservation Area is home to the famous volcanic Ngorongoro Crater and is one of Tanzania's most popular wildlife viewing areas. This huge volcanic crater has a permanent supply of water, which draws thousands of animals who stay in this area rather than migrating. Visitors come here primarily for viewing large animals and bird watching. Thousands of animals can be seen on the crater floor, including lions, elephants, rhinos, Thomson's gazelles, and buffaloes, but wildebeests and zebras account for over half of the animals that call the Ngorongoro Crater home. Bird watching is superb, especially around Lake Migadi, which attracts flocks of flamingoes to the shallows. Hippos are content to submerge themselves during the day and then graze in the nearby grass in the evening. The Ngorongoro Crater is the largest intact ancient caldera in the world, nearly three million years old. The Ngorongoro volcano was one of the world's tallest mountains before it exploded and collapsed. Olduvai Gorge Olduvai Gorge Also of interest in the conservation area is the Olduvai Gorge. This important archeological site has revealed ancient skull and bone fragments that have delivered critical information about early mankind. The Olduvai Gorge is an archeological site situated on a series of fault lines, where centuries of erosion have revealed fossils and remnants of early mankind. As early as 1911, a German professor found some fossil bones while looking for butterflies in Olduvai Gorge. In a later expedition, the Leakeys collected skull fragments, a skull, and bones determined to be approximately 2 million years old. Tools and hunting weapons from 1 to 1.5 million years ago were also discovered in Olduvai Gorge. Another exciting find were the famous footprints of a man, woman and child at Laetoli, near Olduvai. These and other discoveries provide more evidence to the theory that at least three hominid species were in this region over two million years ago.

5. Lake Manyara National Park

Lake Manyara National Park Lake Manyara National Park is comprised of forest, woodland, grasslands, and swamps. Two-thirds of the park is covered by water and Lake Manyara is host to thousands of flamingoes, at certain times of year, as well as other diverse bird life. The highlight of Lake Manyara Park is the large population of elephants, tree-climbing lions, and hippos, which can be observed at a much closer range than in other parks. This park is also home to the largest concentration of baboons in the world. Wildlife drives, canoeing (when water levels are high enough), mountain bike tours and bird watching are the most popular activities in Lake Manyara National Park.

6. Mafia Island Mafia Island Mafia Island draws divers and snorkelers from around the world to the undersea world protected by the Mafia Island Marine Park. The best months for diving are October to March but the best weather on Mafia Island is May to October. March and April are months of heavy rain. Mafia Island Marine Park has coral gardens, an abundant variety of fish, and a relaxed diving atmosphere. Countless birds and over 400 species of fish can be seen in the area. Mafia Island is also a traditional breeding site for the green turtle, which are unfortunately endangered. Mafia is also a desirable location for deep-sea fishing, especially tuna, marlin, sailfish and other big-game fish. This island paradise first saw settlers in the 8th or 9th C, but Mafia became a more important settlement during the 12th to 14th C when it held a key position in the East African trading routes.

7. Tarangire National Park

Tarangire National Park Tarangire National Park, established in 1970, is a fantastic area for wildlife viewing. It is best visited in the dry season from July to September when the animals gather along the river. During the dry season, Tarangire National Park has one of the highest concentrations of migratory wildlife. Wildebeest, zebra, buffalo, impala, gazelle, hartebeest and eland crowd the lagoons. The park is also known for its large population of elephants, and the baobab trees that dot the grassy landscape. The park is excellent for birdwatching, with more than 300 species recorded in Tarangire. These species include buzzards, vultures, herons, storks, kites, falcons and eagles.

8. Pemba Island Pemba Island Pemba Island is the northernmost island in the Zanzibar archipelago. Around Pemba are many desert islands and some of the best scuba diving in the Indian Ocean, with visibility that is unparalleled. Coral gardens, colorful sponges and sea fans are all found in the underwater haven. The city of Chake Chake, the main population center on Pemba, is a popular base for scuba divers. Pemba is less visited than Zanzibar and as a result has a more laidback atmosphere. The island is hilly with deep valleys and it has become popular with mountain bikers who are drawn to the 1,000-meter peaks. Just offshore, one spot not to miss is Misali Island Beach. This incredible white-sand beach is on an uninhabited tropical island. Pemba is a major world clove producer and is also well known for the juju traditions of medicine and magic. People come from throughout East Africa to learn from the voodoo and traditional healers or seek a cure.

9. Stone Town

Stone Town Stone Town is the cultural heart of Zanzibar and little has changed in the last 200 years. The grand old Arabian homes lining the narrow streets and winding alleys give the city its own unique charm. The majority of homes in Stone Town were built in the 19th C when Zanzibar was one of the most important Swahili trading towns in the Indian Ocean. Visitors will notice the bras-studded, intricately carved wooden doors on many of the houses. As the world's oldest functioning Swahili city, many of the landmarks in Stone Town have been restored to their original glory. Some of the historic buildings are now museums and tourist attractions. The town also has a couple of interesting old churches of historical significance. A walk along Creek Road takes visitors to the original Stone Town area and the location of the Darajani Market, Beit el-Amani, City Hall, and the Anglican Cathedral. Some of the other key highlights include the Forodhani Gardens, the Old Dispensary with its carved wooden balconies, the former home of the sultans known as Beit el-Sahel or the People's Palace, the Hamamni Persian Baths built in 1888, and the oldest structure in Stone Town, the Old Fort.

10. Selous Game Reserve

Selous Game Reserve Selous is the largest game reserve in Africa. Established in 1922, it covers 5% of Tanzania's total area. The southern area is a forbidden zone that is undeveloped, heavily forested, and contains a series of steep cliffs. Travelers are limited to the area north of the Rufiji River. This area of the Selous Game Reserve has large open grassland, woodlands, rivers, hills and plains. The best time to visit is July through October. The Rufiji River bisects the Selous Game Reserve and has the largest catchment area of any river in East Africa. The river is an important feature of the reserve providing the opportunity to watch the diverse water-based wildlife. A broad range of wildlife can be found including elephants, hippos and rhinos as well as buffalo, antelope, giraffe, warthog, wildebeest, lion, leopard and cheetah. The diversity of bird life in Selous includes over 350 recorded species.

11. Arusha National Park

Arusha National Park Arusha National Park, although smaller than most in Tanzania, has a range of habitats that consist of the forest of Mount Meru, Ngurdoto Crater in the southeast section of the park, and Momella Lakes, a series of seven crater lakes. Black and white Colobus monkeys are easily spotted in the forested area while the marshy floor of the crater is dotted with herds of buffalo, zebra and warthog. Momella Lakes is home to a large selection of resident and migrant waterbirds. People come here to see wildlife and also to climb Mount Meru. Mount Meru is one of the most beautiful volcanoes in Africa and the second highest mountain in Tanzania. The summit is reached by a narrow ridge, which provides stunning views of the volcanic cone lying several thousand feet below in the crater. The ascent is steep but the route passes through parkland, forest, a giant heather zone and moorland.

12. Ruaha National Park

Ruaha National Park In 2008 Ruaha National Park became Tanzania's largest park. It is home to large herds of buffalo and gazelle, and has one of the largest concentration of elephants in Tanzania. The Great Ruaha River is the main feature of Ruaha National Park, providing magnificent wildlife viewing on the banks. The river also provides much of the electricity to Tanzania through a hydroelectric dam at Kidatu. Ruaha National Park is the least accessible park in Tanzania and as a result the landscape remains relatively untouched. Birdwatcher's can enjoy over 400 species of bird that are not found in northern Tanzania, and the river, spectacular gorges, and majestic trees are especially appealing to photographers.

13. Gombe Stream National Park

Gombe National Park, also sometimes called Gombe Stream National Park, is primarily for those who want to get a little off the beaten track and see chimpanzees. This is one of the smallest national parks in Tanzania and is famous for the work of Jane Goodall. This British researcher arrived in 1960 to study the wild chimpanzees and her work turned into what would become the longest running behavioral research program of its kind in the world. Guided walks take visitors into the forest to observe chimps in the wild. Many species of primates and mammals live in the park. Over 200 bird species have been recorded in the tropical forest, including barbets, starlings, sunbirds, crowned eagle, kingfishers and the palm-nut vulture. Hiking and swimming are other popular activities; a trail leads into the forest to a waterfall in the valley.

14. Katavi National Park Katavi National Park Katavi National Park is located in a remote region offering unspoiled wilderness. A predominant feature in Katavi is the enormous flood plain, split by the Katuma River and several seasonal lakes. The lakes support enormous groups of hippos, crocodiles and over 400 species of birds. One of the spectacles in Katavi is the hippos at the end of the dry season, when as many as 200 try to squeeze into a pool of water. The male rivalry heats up causing territorial fights. The dry season brings Katavi National Park to life, herds of impala, reedbuck, lions, zebras and giraffes can be seen at the remaining pools and streams. Thousands of elephants and buffaloes also converge on the park when the flood waters retreat.

15. Lake Victoria

Lake Victoria Lake Victoria is the largest freshwater lake in Africa and is bordered by Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. This lake is the source of the White Nile and provides an income for millions of residents along its shores. The Tanzanian section of Lake Victoria is one of the least visited regions in the country, however the towns of Bukoba, Musoma and Mwanza have a number of attractions. Near Mwanza and Musoma are many islands, some have become wildlife sanctuaries. Bird watching and fishing trips are popular excursions, and boat trips or hikes can be arranged around Lake Victoria. Rubondo Island National Park, which includes several other smaller islands, is on the southwest shores of Lake Victoria.

Updated: Nov 19, 2021

Helpful packing Suggestions for Safari in Africa.

You Must Bring:

  • Valid passport (International arrival)

  • Valid visa - if required (see section pertaining to your trip)

  • One other picture ID (e.g. driver's licence)

  • Photocopy of passport page to carry in wallet

  • Air tickets

  • Expense money

  • Recommended inoculations

  • Travel insurance

Packing for Your Safari - Clothing and equipment : Travel light. If you are flying in to your safari destination, your luggage must be packed in a soft tog or duffel bag, and limited to 12 kilograms. You should also bring a day pack to carry any essentials you might need whilst actually on safari.

Dressing for Safaris

On safari most people wear shorts and a T-shirt during the day and put on long sleeved shirts and long pants in the evening for warmth as well as protection from mosquitoes. Should you be particularly sensitive to the sun a loose cotton shirt is essential during the day.

White is not a suitable colour for these activities. Firstly it increases your visibility quotient to the animals you are wanting to get a closer look at, and secondly, it will get dirty very quickly

Fleece or sweater and a windbreaker for game drives, because it is highly possible that you may go out on a hot day, but be faced with a chill evening on your return. Some areas have a steep temperature gradient, ie. Very hot days and very cool nights.

Remember that layering your clothing will keep you warmer than relying on one thick item.

Clothing To Pack

  • 2 pairs khaki cotton pants (jeans are rather hot)

  • 2 pairs sturdy shorts

  • 2 long sleeved shirts (for sun protection as well as warmth).

  • 1 light sweater or sweatshirt

  • 1 lightweight, waterproof windbreaker

  • 1 or 2 pair sturdy walking or hiking boots or running shoes

  • 3-5 short-sleeved shirts or T-shirts

  • 5 changes underwear and socks

  • 1 hat with a brim (baseball caps might cover your nose but not your ears and neck).

The African sun can be very harsh. Sunburn on safari, in the heat, is not fun.


  • Toilet kit including shampoo and soap

  • Large towel and washcloth; thin, quick-drying

  • Tabard insect repellent

Equipment Requirements

  • Good quality sunglasses plus protective case

  • Handiwipes or 'Babywipes', maybe

  • Stuff-sacks or plastic packets; to compartmentalise items within your travel bag

  • Repair kit: needle and thread, nylon cord, rip-stop tape

  • Personal first aid kit; see further down this list


  • Camera and film or memory card. And batteries. Film and batteries can generally be obtained at the rest camps, but at a price of course, so please be sure to have sufficient supplies for your needs.

  • Binoculars

  • Paperback reading and writing material (keep weight at a minimum)

  • Bird and animal checklist

  • Snacks; trail mix, nuts, hard candies

  • Extra sweater

  • Wool or Leather gloves (if you really feel the cold)

  • Down vest or jacket (if you really feel the cold)

Definitely Required

Sunscreen or block. Sun can be very strong a #10 or higher screen will be needed for the first few days if you are pale; #4 or 5 may be adequate thereafter. The African sun is harsh most of the year

  • Aspirin or Tylenol for mild pain or headache

  • Moisturizer, lip balm

  • Imodium for diarrhea

  • Topical antibiotic (e.g. Neosporin), for cuts, bites or sores.

  • Insect repellent. The principal active ingredient is N, N-Diethyl-Metatoluamide (DEET), an effective repellent will have 75% content or higher. Liquid drops are best for skin application unless your skin is sensitive, sprays may be taken for clothes.

  • A-Fil Sun Sticks are best for lips and nostrils.

  • Moleskin or Second Skin adhesive pads for blisters.

Personal First Aid Supplies List

Bring a small kit for personal use. Your own experience and preferences will influence your choices. If you take prescription medicines, bring a supply for your entire trip, as these are not available on safari

Please note that you may be very far from any medical facility. For detailed and/or definitive medical advice, please consult your physician. Your medical requirements are your responsibility.

Personal Choice

Cold capsules and/or allergy capsules . Diarrhea prophylactics: Vibramycin, Ampicillin, Bactrim, Tetracycline, all prescriptive drugs, may decrease or prevent diarrhea when taken in small daily doses. Please consult with your physician. Eye drops, foot powder, spare glasses or contact lenses, personal drugs, properly labeled, with prescriptive forms.

Feminine protection: may not be readily available for purchase.

Travel Documents

A valid passport is required for your trip; be sure to check the expiry date. It is a good idea to carry a photocopy of the photo page and the entry stamp page of your passport as an additional piece of identification.


If your passport is in a hotel safe, or in an embassy for visas, or if you were to lose your passport this precaution would prove invaluable.


While this websites contains Visa Information correct at time of publication, it is impossible to track political fluctuations daily.

Please check with us, as well as your own Internal Foreign Affairs Department, passport office, or local travel agent as to what visas you require.

Travel Insurance

It is your responsibility to provide for your own travel insurance. It is imperative that you accomplish this prior to your arrival in Africa, since you will be unable to participate in any travelling activities without it.


Africa is an extrememly photo-opportunistic continent. From panoramic scenery, wildlife and birds to people and vibrant ceremonies. Rich colour and good low lighting conditions abound. Always carry enough film, memory sticks, batteries etc, as it is difficult to get in some remote places. Keep your cameras in a dust resistant, padded case and out of the midday sun.

A 200 mm (or longer) telephoto lens will prove very useful on safari. In African culture it is considered rude to take pictures of people without asking them first.

Personal Medical Conditions

This is important, so please visit Health Notices and Malaria Information.

Should you have any particular ailments requiring specialised medication, you should ensure that sufficient stocks are carried by you, during your stay.

If you are carrying prescription medicine, you must carry a copy of the prescription with you.

Also bring any reading material for your free time while on safari.

Have a wonderful safari!

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Tanzania Safari Packages

When to visit Tanzania?

I don’t think there is really bad time to visit Tanzania however, it merely depend on which part of Tanzania you would like to visit & your interest.

Our peak season is starting from mid December to February for Christmas & New year and this some how coincides with European winter. February can be good as it is the time of calving & nursing for Wildebeest Migration on the southern Serengeti at Ndutu area. Low season begins at middle March to May. Besides of May being still wet it can be the good time to watch the Wildebeest Migration when start moving to other areas of Serengeti & at this time there will be few tourist around. This is the time lodges & camps lowering their prices, so you can travel cheap.

June – August is our winter time with perfect weather (balanced weather) & it is the best time for Wildebeest Migration, they will be wondering around Serengeti plains before starting crossing Mara River on their way to Masai Mara in Kenya around middle of July to Nov. All in all Serengeti is still the best place to visit with or without the Migration of herds.

Visa – Requirements

For your visit to Tanzania a valid passport is needed, with an expiring range of of six month from the time you will be in Tanzania. Visa should be applied in advance as Tanzania high commission deserve the right of deny you a visa upon arrival.

Visas are required for all visitors in Tanzania and it cost US$100 for American & Irish citizens while for the rest is $ 50. Visas can be obtained in all entry points i.e. at any international airport or at the border – it is a straightforward procedure with no photographs, you don’t need any other document besides the valid passport. However, you can still get Tanzania visa at Tanzanian Embassy in you country before traveling to Tanzania this will avoid queuing at the airport on arrival in Tanzania.

A standard tourist visa mostly is valid for three months from the time of arrival but allows for multiple entries to Tanzania from neighbouring country Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda, but not from other countries Are the International flights included? Basically, our Tanzania safaris are offered to individuals from all corners of the world and since we don’t have the foggiest idea about their starting point, we do exclude the universal air charge in our safari costs, so we are anticipating that you should book your international flights and furnish us with you entry point/ air terminal and in addition all important data of landing and takeoff. Where would I be able to fly into and out of?

For Safari in the Northern Tanzania and Kilimanjaro climbing we encourage you to fly into Kilimanjaro international airport and in the event that you incorporate Zanzibar flying out of Zanzibar or Dar-es salaam is prescribed and on the off chance that you are doing the southern Tanzania safari fly into Dar es salaam international airport. In any case, local flights can be masterminded individuals who flying into and out of Nairobi in Kenya, Zanzibar and Dar es salaam.

Is it safe to take a safari in Tanzania?

Obviously yes! Tanzania is among the most political stable nations in Africa and conceivably the most secure nation of all. Tanzanians have a limited accommodation to all individuals in their customary and societies. In this manner Lodges and camps staffs are mindfully and agreeable. Your wellbeing is our number one and we continually utilizing safe Lodges and Tented camps.

Is drinking water in Tanzania safe?

In a few spots faucet water is not protected; our recommendation is to drink filtered water Kilimanjaro water, Just water, Aqua and Uhai in Zanzibar are some dependable brand in Tanzania.

Is there loads of bugs/insect in Tanzania?

Supposedly, you will encounter less bugs in Africa than that can be experienced in North American visits so it is off base to say Tanzania has a considerable measure of bugs that can conceivably hurt you. Mosquitoes that chomp amid the night can course jungle/malaria fever however you will be resting in a decently treated mosquito net so no stresses of Malaria sickness.

What sort of vaccination is essential?

It is prudent to counsel your specialist before doing a yellow fever inoculation that basically require for set out to Tanzania yet it check more to individuals who are originating from the endemic nations or burned through 12 hours and all the more in an endemic nation like Ethiopia and Kenya. Taking ant malaria pills before voyaging can now and again keep you alright for no less than 3 months.

Which are the top destinations to head out to for the best game viewing?

When you consider African safaris, Tanzania and Kenya in East Africa is the place it start, the considerable Serengeti National Park, Masai Mara, The Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve, Tarangire simply name it… .

Which animals would we be able to experience on our safaris in Tanzania?

The Tanzanians Big Five which are lion, leopard, elephant, buffalo and rhino can be seen with a touch of fortunate. All creatures you have longed for like zebras, giraffes, hyenas, and numerous more. The world acclaimed wildebeest movement groups can be seen in either Serengeti or Masai Mara relying upon where and the time of your safari. Mara stream intersection is erratic and can’t be in all actuality, it is just seen by sheer fortunate.

What is the best Months or Time to visit Tanzania and go on safari?

Safari in Tanzania could be possible at whatever time of the year. Simply let us know the time that you’re hoping to travel and the best altered safari will be composed for you. Our guides who are out in field are continually reaching us and inform us on things like where is the wildebeest migration and other data of investment. Months of April and May are of downpour yet safaris are going on and you can experience lower rates in Lodges and Camps at this time of the year.

What is the Great Wildebeest Migration?

It is the most unusual and a most prominent untamed wildlife show on earth. This is the yearly cycle movement of million and a large number of wildebeest in addition to zebras and gazelles over the fields of Serengeti and Masai Mara. An explanation behind this move is for two essential things in their lives hunting down pasture and water which can’t anticipated. Don’t mistake waterway crossing for the movement phenomena as stream intersection is simply a piece of relocation.

What if one doesn’t see the Great Migration?

With or without Migration groups in both Serengeti and Masai Mara your safari is still of an incredible experience and remarkable one, since the considerable relocation is not by any means the only thing you can see on your safari. A huge number of occupant creatures that generally don’t relocate, stunning landscapes and other untamed life will stun you all through the safari.

Which garments would it be a good idea for me to wear or bring on safari?

Easygoing wear clothing is acknowledged; cocoa and kakhi hues are the most good one. Light cotton pieces of clothing are favored amid the dry months. Open shoes are the best while voyaging however, in the event that your bundle will incorporate strolling; climbing boots or tennis shoes are to be conveyed.

How is food while on Safari?

The vast majority of lodges and tented camps on safari are relied upon to serve continental cuisine and nearby scrumptious mixtures from Tanzania.Buffet is mostly served in numerous places thus, it is dependent upon you to pick your top choice. Our camping safaris are dependably incorporates an expert and experienced safari cook who constantly blended with you and get ready what you incline toward most.

How would you handle the exceptional dietary need on safari?

It would be ideal if you take note of any dietary need or allergies during the final booking procedures.We generally have something for everybody from veggie lovers, gluten free eating regimen and others. It is constantly great to know this ahead of time.

How is the general climate in Tanzania?

Climate in Tanzania differs from month to month; notwithstanding, warm and dry, sunny and dry is the general climate in numerous spots. April and May is the downpour season and basically cooler. June, July and Mid-August we are out of downpour yet it is dry and cool. Mid-August to September it is dry and warm. We have some little rain season in October and November. December up to March is our mid year, constantly warm.

Do the interactions with local Tanzanians included on our safari itinerary?

A large portion of our schedules incorporates social visits and strolling in different places where you can blend with local people and impart a few encounters. Anyhow this is not Must, our agenda are adaptable so you generally pick what you need and exclude what you don’t need.

Is there any possibility of coming up with my own itinerary?

Completely, yes! You can concoct your schedule and our safari specialists are dependably there to guidance you on what is conceivable. They have vast experience when it comes to safari in East Africa.

Is it possible to do safari in Tanzania with Kids?

It is all that much conceivable and beneficial, our safari specialists will just need to know the kids’ age and exhort the best accommodations and activities that can be of joy to all. Particularly family safaris are accessible intended to meet family inclination and desires. Malaria issue is out of questions as all Lodges and Camps have decently treated mosquito nets.

Are we staying in safari Tented Camps or Lodges?

Where to stay is merely depends on your preference. Your interest can move you to choose available accommodation options in the area; it can be a camping safari where you stay in a public campsite with canvas tents, safari lodges only/camps only or both. Upon arrival in Arusha a day before starting your safari you will most likely stay at the lodge or at a City hotel in Arusha.

What is the size of your group safari?

Our distributed schedules don’t offer group safaris; they just in light of private safaris for you and your fellow travel friends.

Do we book our safari well ahead of time?

Yes, it is encouraged to book your safari as right on time as could be allowed to abstain from missing the most ideal convenience as some Lodges/camps can be completely fully at the late stage. This likewise gives adaptability in assembling your safari schedule with no pace.

Is there addition cost after paying our safari?

Basically we include all three meals in your safari prices,Breakfast Lunch and dinner we as well offer drinking water during the game drives. Appreciation/ tips for your safari driver guide and Lodge staff is excluded. The costs does likewise exclude liquor or non-liquor beverages, telephone calls, visa charges, clothing laundry service, souvenirs that you may need to buy, travel insurance and all things of individual nature.

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Our adventitious Tanzania holiday packages incorporates a stylish tour to Ngorongoro Crater, which is most part of our long Tanzania safari packages however, still it is possible to be done independently. For trekking fans Mount Kilimanjaro climbing tours is absolutely an amazing knowledge and after all these don’t miss out the splendor of unbeaten elegant beaches vacation to Zanzibar which dependably implies fun and delight with no restriction.

Our Tanzania Honeymoon Safari packages are arranged masterfully to suit the sentimental taste and personalities of the new nectar mooning couples. The get-away packages to Zanzibar are of a veritable treat for holidaymakers who are picking to genuine unwinding by lying on the white sand shorelines of Zanzibar permitting all the exhaustion and work pressure to vanish in their personalities.

A Budget Camping Safaris to Tanzania is gaining a momentum as a large portion of students group who are aiming to get training visit are captivating into these bundles for satisfaction, moreover coordinate traveler groups are additionally fans of our Tanzania camping safaris.

Travel Wise Safari is not simply bound to Tanzania safari packages; we likewise outline tour packages that incorporate excursion to our regarded neighbor nation Kenya. The majority of the best Luxury lodgings, hotels, camps and resort are bond up with us consequently makes your stay in Tanzania agreeable and an unwinding one. is the name that you can simply trust for the best holiday packages in Tanzania.

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