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Why go to Tanzania

Tanzania is home to the third tallest mountain in the world, Kilimanjaro; the world’s second deepest lake, Tanganyika; the greatest concentration of Lion in the world at Ngorongoro Crater; and the greatest migration of animals on earth found on the open plains of the Serengeti. Over and above all of this, there is also the Spice Island of Zanzibar, with incredible beaches, fascinating history, Arabian architecture and a mecca of other delights from romantic dhows to swimming with dolphins. This is the destination that will include first class game viewing, incredible adventure and pristine beaches to unwind.

Wildebeest migrating across the Mara River, Tanzania, Africa.

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Where to go in Tanzania

Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Crater

Teeming herds of plains game and the greatest concentration of predators on earth. Serengeti means ‘endless plains’ and the unending horizon and sense of limitless space will take your breath away. Ngorongoro is the crater of a collapsed volcano and definitely deserves its reputation as one of the natural wonders of the world. The crater was also designed to be able to accommodate both the Masai communities and the tourists and the villages (Manyattas) and the striking red robed herdsman can be seen all over this captivating landscape. Also home to Olduvai Gorge, the cradle of mankind.

Mount Kilimanjaro

A dormant volcano on the Roof of Africa. One of the few peaks in the world that can be reached without technical gear. Kili has several routes with varying degrees of difficulty, which one can choose from to reach the summit.

Selous Game Reserve

Largest Game Park in Africa and the second largest in the world. Known as a game reserve and not a national park, this allows one to view game from walks and the river on boat cruises. One is also allowed to camp here. Known as one of the most unspoilt of the parks.

Gombe Stream and Mahale Mountains National Parks

Made famous by Jane Goodall, the world renowned primatologist. There are no roads in the area, so all your chimpanzee spotting will be done on foot. A relative level of fitness is needed.

Zanzibar

Known as the spice island for its export of cloves, it also had a roaring slave trade. The Arabian architecture can be seen all over the island, especially in Stone Town, which was home to Sultans. There are Sandy beaches, pristine forests and incredible coral reefs.

 

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When to go to Tanzania

There are two rainy seasons in Tanzania. The long rains are from late February to March and the short rains stretch from October through to December. Many roads are impassable during the rainy seasons, but the beaches are open all year round and along the coastline the weather can be hot and humid.  The highlands of Ngorongoro and Kilimanjaro can have temperatures below freezing. Kilimanjaro continuously has a snow capped peak.

For updated weather forecasts across Africa, please visit www.africanweather.net

Most Popular Tours In Tanzania

26 Day Nairobi to Victoria Falls Camping Safari

3 Weeks +
An express safari from Kenya to Zimbabwe with some of the best Wildlife Reserves in East and Southern Africa.
  • Starts: Nairobi
  • Ends: Victoria Falls
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Local Payment: USD 1250
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From ZAR 31,900 pp and USD 1,300 pp local payment

15 Day Kenya to Tanzania with Zanzibar Camping Safari

2 weeks +
We travel through four of East Africa’s best known game parks – Lake Nakuru National Park, the Masai Mara National Reserve, the Serengeti National Park, and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. After spectacular game viewing, we explore the colourful marine life of the Indian Ocean, or relaxing on the ideallic beaches of tropical Zanzibar.
  • Starts: Nairobi
  • Ends: Dar Es Salaam
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Local Payment: USD 845
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From ZAR 23,900 pps and local payment USD 870 pp

15 Days Kenya, Tanzania & Zanibar Camping Adventure

15 days
Join this fifteen day wildlife, culture and beach spectacular as we travel through four of East Africa's best known game parks - Lake Nakuru National Park, the Masai Mara National Reserve, the Serengeti National Park, and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. After spectacular game viewing, spend your days exploring the colourful marine life of the Indian Ocean, or relaxing on the ideallic beaches of tropical Zanzibar...  
  • Duration: 15 Days
  • Starts: Nairobi, Kenya
  • Ends:Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
  • Group Size: Max 30
  • Rates: ZAR 27195.00 per person
  • Local Payment: USD 1210.00 payable to tour guide in cash
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From ZAR 27,195 per person & 1,210 USD Local Payment payable to the guide in cash

5 Day Tanzania Adventure camping safari

- 1 week
The sight of one hundred thousand wildebeests and zebras crossing the grassland savannah is something to behold and is surely one of Africa's natural wonders.
  • Starts: Arusha
  • Ends: Arusha
  • Group Size: Min 2
  • Local Payment: N/A
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From USD 2250 pps (please note price varies per month of travel)

4 Days Tanzania Adventure Camping Safari

- 1 week
Visit the three most well known reserves in North Tanzania: Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area and the Serengeti National Park.
  • Starts: Arusha
  • Ends: Arusha
  • Group Size: Min 2
  • Local Payment: N/A
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From USD 1,580 pps (please note that price varies per month of travel)

9 Days Kenya & Tanzania Luxury Accommodated Safari

1 week +
  • Starts: Nairobi
  • Ends:Nairobi
  • Group Size: Min 2
  • Local Payment:N/A
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From USD 7,684 pps (please note that price varies per month of travel)