Tanzania is a breathtakingly beautiful country that must be seen at least once in one’s lifetime. The country is well-known throughout the world for its breathtaking savannahs, towering mountains, bustling cities, and sun-drenched islands. There appears to be little reason not to consider Tanzania for your next African adventure, as it truly has it all.
Tanzania has several tourist attractions. Approximately 38% of Tanzania’s geographical area is set aside for conservation in protected areas. There are 17 national parks, 29 game reserves, 40 protected areas (including the Ngorongoro Conservation Area), and maritime parks. Tanzania is also home to Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s highest peak.
Mizingani Seafront Hotel, Sandies Baobab Beach Zanzibar, and Kendwa Rocks Hotel are among our most popular Tanzania hotels. These hotels are decent, inexpensive, and adequate.
– Africa’s Highest Peak
Crocodile in Selous National Park in Tanzania
Chimp trekking in Mahale Mountains, Tanzania
On the beach at Zanzibar, Tanzania
Beach of Pemba Island, Tanzania
A visit to Tanzania will freeze you as you enjoy the beautiful sites. Are you craving for some real adventure during your trip to Tanzania? Well, Tanzania has some outstanding adventurous activities waiting for you.
You can have some really adventurous things to do in Tanzania apart from enjoying the blissful wild beauty of the country. The country offers you the ethnic African culture widely.
Make sure you indulge in all of these exciting experiences on your trip to Tanzania, Africa, for an unforgettable holiday experience with your friends or family.
Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO) is located 46 kilometers/29 miles east of Arusha, Tanzania’s most popular Northern safari circuit.
Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) is located 13 kilometers/8 miles southwest of Dar es Salaam. Visitors to the southern parks enter through the latter.
You can fly or drive between reserves from Arusha or Dar es Salaam. Some domestic flights depart from Kilimanjaro International Airport, but the majority of flights to reserves depart from the much smaller Arusha Airport (ARK), located 8km/5 mi west of town. In most cases, your local tour operator will pick you up from the airport and arrange all further transportation as part of your safari package, regardless of how you choose to travel.
The best time to visit Tanzania is determined by the type of wildlife you want to see. The seasons and wildlife numbers in the country are determined by the rain, so your experience will vary depending on when you visit.
Tanzania’s main draw is the Great Migration, which takes place all year across Serengeti. Many visitors come here between July and September to see huge herds of wildebeest and zebra cross the Mara River, where they try to avoid the jaws of crocodiles and other predators waiting to pounce. However, there will be a lot of vehicles in the park this time of year.
Tanzania’s ‘green season,’ which lasts from November to March, is much quieter. While there is a chance of rain showers, it is not expected to rain. It’s an excellent time for birdwatching, with thousands of migratory species arriving. There will also be Great Migration herds with newly born calves.
The only time we avoid Tanzania is between April and May when heavy rains can make wildlife viewing difficult.