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Tanzania Travel Tips


Tanzania Safaris  are a one of kind African Safari holiday adventures in the world that will provide you with an excellent game viewing experience among the most breathtaking  views that will leave an impression to last a lifetime.  Many of these national parks are infamous for their unique flora and fauna, varied land landscapes and thousands of species of wildlife. Immediately you will realize why it’s no surprise,  Tanzania has been voted the Best Safari Country in Africa for several years now.

The unique combination of wildlife, history and cultures of this country is unsurpassed in Africa. Three of the seven natural wonders of Africa are in Tanzania: Mount Kilimanjaro, Ngorongoro Crater and the largest overland migration known as the Great Migration. We also are home to one of the world’s most beautiful tropical beaches at Zanzibar Island, filled with rich cultural history and traditions in Stone Town. Travelers often combine a safari on the mainland with a relaxing beach holiday at one of Tanzania’s exotic islands.


Game drives are in an open  4WD safari vehicle with a pop up roof with your professional guide who has extensive knowledge and experience of the area. Game drive usually start in the early morning and late afternoon – most parks don’t let you go out at night.  During your morning game drive, you’ll be searching wild grazers, carnivores, and omnivores animals, there is better chance of encountering abundant wildlife. In nocturnal hours there is high possibility for sightseeing large cat’s mammals like leopards, lion during their movement for hunt, you can witness most fascinating nocturnal mammals like bushbaby, hedgehog, aardvark and stripped pole cats.


This is truly one of the most special and unique ways to experience Africa’s vast tranquil beauty, from above floating in the sky.  A safari from the sky is a once in a lifetime experience enjoy the essence of Tanzania bush with freedom of being in the heart of the wilderness. As a wildlife enthusiast we can spotting all wild mammals above the view.


A walking safari is usually designed to fit into your safari itinerary program, and can be scheduled early in the morning or late afternoon when tropical temperatures are cool.

The walks are guided and normally accompanied by an armed ranger. A walking safari is an excellent break from game drives, where visitors will learn some fascinating facts about nature, birds, reptiles, insects and medicinal uses of local plants, which you may not fully appreciate from the seat of your safari car. While the scents and sounds of the African bush are better sensed on foot, it is without doubt an adventure and a thrilling experience especially when the walk extends into wildlife habitats where encounters with freely roaming animals are the norm like in the Selous, Ngorongoro including Ndutu and Tarangire game parks. Top national parks for walking safari in Tanzania are Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro conservation area authority.


The best wildlife viewing months in Tanzania are during the Dry season from late June to October. The best chance of seeing the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti is during June and July and the time to see the wildebeest calving is late January to February. The southern circuit parks are best visited during the dry-season (June to October), unlike the more popular northern circuit parks that can be visited year-round. Tarangire is the only exception, since its wildlife viewing is considerably better in the dry-season as well.

Weather and climate

Other destinations may have traditional summer, winter, fall, and spring seasons, but Tanzania is situated near the equator and the Indian Ocean, meaning that its weather patterns are equatorial and tropical. There are two distinct seasons in Tanzania: wet and dry. The wet season is the rainy season, while the dry season is sunny and sometimes hot.

When selecting your safari dates, keep in mind that Tanzania’s weather typically fits into these seasons, however, it is fairly common to experience sunny afternoons after a morning of rain during Tanzania’s wet season and occasionally rain during the dry season.