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Tanzania Travel

Here you will find all the information you need to ensure a successful travel to Tanzania.

Welcome to Tanzania

Discover The Land of Serengeti, Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar

Delve into the treasures of Tanzania as you discover the Serengeti, Kilimanjaro, and Zanzibar on your well-deserved Tanzania travel holidays.

Tanzania is waiting for you to explore it, in your own way.

Tanzania is a country that offers a delightful blend of wildlife, stunning beaches, warm-hearted locals, captivating cultures, the magnificent Serengeti, the majestic Mt Kilimanjaro, and the enchanting Zanzibar Archipelago. All of these incredible experiences are bundled together in a single, exciting, and welcoming destination.

Best Time To Visit Tanzania

Tanzania is a beautiful and diverse country, from world-class safaris to stunning beaches. But when is the best time to travel to Tanzania.

Best Places To Visit In Tanzania

Discover the best places to visit in Tanzania, offering an unforgettable experience for every traveler.

Tailor-Made Tanzania Safaris

We craft unforgettable Tanzania experiences designed just for you. Whether you dream of a classic wildlife safari, a mountain climbing expedition, or a luxurious beach retreat, our expert team will create your perfect itinerary.

Top Must-Visit Destinations in Tanzania

Tanzania is a destination that will captivate your senses and create memories to last a lifetime.

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Tanzania Travel Advice

Discover the wonders of Tanzania with expert travel advice & other essential information for an amazing Tanzania travel trips.

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Tanzania Travel - FAQ's

Read Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) About traveling to Tanzania

Tanzania is a country full of seductive beaches, UNESCO World Heritage Site, astounding natural scenery, and some of the best wildlife viewing in Africa.

You can do all of this and more in Tanzania!

The best time to go to Tanzania depends on what you want to see. There’s no bad time to plan a trip, but each season comes with its own highlights.

During the dry season (June to September), it’s prime safari weather. Wildlife flock to the watering holes, and the bush is thin, making it easy to spot those elusive Big Cats.

For trekking, June to October are the best months to climb Kilimanjaro. The weather is dry, and you’ll have a much easier time summiting the highest mountain in Africa.

In the wet season (October to April), you’ll have prime viewing for bird watching and baby animals. With over 1,000 native bird species and migratory birds from Europe and North Africa, there’s plenty to see if you don’t mind a bit of rain.

With 22 national parks to choose from, it can feel overwhelming trying to plan your Tanzania safari holiday. Here’s our best national parks in Tanzania:

Northern circuit:

Serengeti National Park, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Kilimanjaro National Park, and Lake Manyara National Park.

Southern circuit:

Nyerere National Park and Ruaha National Park.

Western Circuit:

Gombe Stream National Park and Mahale Mountains National Park.

Eastern circuit:

Saadani National Park

These parks offer some of the best wildlife viewing in Tanzania, as well as unique landscapes you won’t find anywhere else.

There are so many things to do in your Tanzania holidays. You could spend weeks or even months here and still find attractions and places to visit. Some of the top sights in Tanzania include Mount Kilimanjaro (one of the Seven Summits), Serengeti National Park (home of the Great Wildebeest Migration), Stone Town in Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia Island, Arusha National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area (famous for its crater and Big 5 sightings), Tarangire National Park, Nyerere National Park (the largest game reserve in Africa) and Jane Goodall’s chimpanzee research in Gombe Stream National Park.

Yes, Tanzania is a safe country. It’s the largest East Africa nation and is one of the most peaceful countries on the continent.

One thing you’ll need to keep in mind before you arrive is the COVID travel restrictions to travel to Tanzania. While reported cases and deaths aren’t as high as other destinations, you’ll need to adhere to the safety protocols for the coronavirus in Tanzania.

All visitors to Tanzania must have a negative 96-hour PCR test on arrival. When you land at the airport, you’ll need to take a covid antigen test at your expense.

Should you need a negative PCR to board your flight back home, you can take a covid test in Tanzania by pre-booking your appointment with select clinics.


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