Tanzania is famous for its abundance of wildlife. There are the big five, many big cats, predators, and hordes of herbivores like zebras and wildebeests. The herbivores migrate across the meadows every year, with incredible river crossings along the path of this Great Migration.
A Tanzania Safari also offers visitors the chance to experience the Maasai culture, thrilling ascents on Mount Kilimanjaro, the highest free-standing mountain on the planet. And, the pristine beaches of Zanzibar. All of this combines to offer a truly magical experience.
Whether the appeal of a safari revolves around the wildlife, such as watching the Great Migration or spotting the Big Five, or you want to mark a special occasion, we can create an itinerary to match your tastes. We’ll suggest ways to tailor it depending on your interests, such as added time on the beach or experiences geared around your family.
Most people aren’t even aware of where Tanzania in World Map is! Tanzania is an East-African country and is bordered by the Indian Ocean, Kenya, and Uganda to the north, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Burundi to the east, and Zambia, Malawi, and Mozambique to the south. To get a better picture of the country’s location views the Tanzania Map. We are often asked as part of Tanzania Safari FAQs about which airport to fly to reach Tanzania. To get to Tanzania however you need to reach the main airport of Tanzania which is Julius Nyerere International Airport (DAR) located 13km/8mi southwest of Dar es Salaam. You can fly or drive between reserves while moving on from Arusha or Dar es Salaam.
We suggest you buy your Tanzania e-Visa early on to avoid hassles at the airport. You can get Tanzania Visa on Arrival as well from the airports in Tanzania but its more time consuming as you will be standing in long queues.
A Tanzania Safari can be done in 10 days or 2 days as well depending on the time you have to spend and the locations you wish to visit on your Safari. The more time you spend on the safari the better experience you are going to have. Tanzania Capital has developed into a Mini-Dubai and exploring the city is fun. With diversified Tanzania Demographics that hosts a mix of folklore and traditions, there are numerous opportunities to explore in the country. So take your time and buy longer itineraries and Tanzania Safari Packages to have enjoyed your safari to the fullest.
There are many places to watch the wildebeest migration and all the drama it draws, but we recommend the Mara River, the plains of the Masai Mara National Park, and the Ndutu Plains of Tanzania’s Serengeti.
Your Tanzania Safari Cost is anywhere from $500-$3000 and above. This cost of Tanzania Safari includes roundtrip airport transfers, accommodations, Tanzania Food -three times full meals a day, domestic transportation, park fees, Tanzania Safari crew fees, drinking water, etc. The major exclusions from the cost are international flight expenses, visa costs, travel insurance costs, and extended tour stays. To get complete insights into how to travel on a budget in Tanzania we suggest you contact our travel experts today!