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Tanzania

If you’re looking for the best place for an African safari then look no further than Tanzania.

Located in the East of the African continent, lies the United Republic of Tanzania, a large country with vast savannahs, craters, and splendid wild animals, washed by the pristine waters of the Indian Ocean to the east. German and British colonialism along with Arabic influences from past centuries have beautifully blended with the country’s different ethnic, linguistic and religious groups, forming altogether a unique place. Dotted with numerous touristic attractions, you will soon realize that the uniqueness of Tanzanian adventure is unbeatable.

Nestled in the northern part of the country lies the magnificent Serengeti ecosystem, proud of being one of the Seven Natural Wonders of Africa, thanks to the largest terrestrial mammal migration in the world. Rising above the Serengeti, stands Africa’s highest mountain, the impressive Mt. Kilimanjaro that has inspired several authors and filmmakers. Not far from here, the famous volcanic Ngorongoro Crater offers some of the most outstanding game viewings of the Big Five (lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo, and rhino)..

Western from Serengeti, the famous Lake Victoria, sharing its beauty between Tanzania, Kenya, and Uganda is the continent’s largest lake. Activities like boat trips, bird watching or fishing trips are common around here. Tanzania also hosts one part of the deepest lake in Africa, the Lake Tanganyika, which is home to unique species of fish, like the unusual cuckoo catfish.

A whole different kind of natural wonder is found on the coasts of Tanzania and the Zanzibar archipelago, where snorkelers and scuba divers or simply beach lovers will find their paradise. If you are dreaming about emptied sandy beaches, untouched corals and turquoise waters abundant with marine life. Here is the place to be!

All these wonderful natural treasures can be enjoyed with one of the plentiful Tanzanian safaris or vacation packages. The perfect mix of wildlife, nature, and culture actually makes Tanzania the best place for an African safari. The various Tanzanian safari tours cater also to visitor’s specific needs, such as preferred travel time, budget or variety of activities. Ranging from affordable to luxury safari, Tanzania makes sure this once in a lifetime experience is accessible to any traveler, including backpackers who can choose an equally enjoyable Tanzanian budget safari.

The inviting coast together with the wilder mainland creates the perfect scene for your safari and beach holiday in Tanzania, while at the same time giving you the opportunity to get intimate with nature or relax and spend time soaking up the sun.

View our selection of top tours & safaris in Tanzania below and discover the wonder that awaits you!

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Things to Carry on Tanzania Tours

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Body Utilities

  • Suntan Lotion for the amazing beaches of Tanzania
  • Swimwear, for your visit to the paradisaical islands
  • Long sleeved tops, to prevent mosquito bites and the sun
  • Bank card - Visa or Mastercard preferably

Safari uniform

  • Closed comfortable shoes, for hiking or safari
  • Walking shoes
  • Universal adapter
  • Some stationery, as a gift to the nearby school
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What To Do while in Tanzania

Respect Goverment`s People Customs, Cultures,taboo life style and so on.

Zanzibar

Zanzibar is easily combined with a safari experience in any of these parks, offering a place of relaxation after the thrilling adventure had in the bush. From diving to dhow cruises and spice tours, Zanzibar has something unique to offer everyone. Whether you choose to sit on an idyllic paradise surrounded by palm trees, white sand beaches, and the warm Indian Ocean; or sit beside the Grumeti River and watch thousands of wildebeest gather the courage to attempt crossing the crocodile-infested waters, our Tanzanian Safari Experts are here to help you plan that dream safari vacation.

Best time to visit Tanzania

Best Time In Tanzania

Tanzania is a great year-round destination and enjoys overall pleasant temperatures thanks to the absence of winter. Seasons are are divided in two: wet and dry.

  • November to May - Wet Season. Nevertheless, if you are dying to see the wildebeest calving, February is your best bet. No matter what you choose, after all, remember that the monsoon season is never so prohibitive to prevent from undertaking any activity available in this much-loved country. However, in Zanzibar, wet season arrives a bit later compared to the mainland (mostly from March to May), hence making the place an ideal destination for most time of the year..
  • June to October - Dry Season. If the only reason for your visit is a safari tour, then opt for the dry months. They undoubtedly offer great wildlife viewings since animals tend to concentrate near rivers or waterholes and are more easily spotted..
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Discover Tanzania's iconic destinations

  • Tanzania is Africa’s visual masterpiece. It is a country of natural splendour, astounding wildlife, seductive beaches, charming ancient towns, archaeological sites and geological wonders..
  • Africa’s highest mountain, Mount Kilimanjaro, rises from lush, grassy plains and towers over the land. Its snow-capped peak is a sight to behold. Climbing Kilimanjaro is surprisingly easy and standing on the roof of Africa is a life-changing experience.
  • The ideal bush and beach destination, visitors can witness the mighty herds of the Great Migration thundering across the Serengeti plains and end their unforgettable safari with a serene beach holiday on Zanzibar, the intoxicatingly beautiful and exotic Spice Island..

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We’ve highlighted a few of our favourite Tanzania Safari Destinations below. Chat to a DansingSimbasafari Travel Specialist to help create a personalised journey for you. .

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