• With some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, a Tanzania Safari is the perfect experience to enjoy the diversity of animals, plants and culture that East Africa has become known for.
  • This lush East African Eden is the stunning backdrop to one of nature’s most remarkable events when it hosts the spectacular Great Migration of one million wild animals. The herds move across the Serengeti Plains and charge through the treacherous crocodile infested Mara River to reach the Mara Nature Reserve in Kenya.
  • Those searching for untouched coral and bounty-full marine life can resort to Pemba Island in the warm Indian Ocean. Diving and various watersport are the popular attraction for locals and visitors. Mafia Island, meaning “a good place to live” is exactly that, with its white, sandy beaches and turquoise glistening waters.
  • This country offers a unique African experience, and then some. From mainland Tanzania to semi-autonomous Zanzibar, the adventure may seem never ending.
  • Take front row seats to the Wildebeest Migration across the majestic Serengeti plains.
  • Experience world-class private gaming adventures.
  • Descend into the Ngorongoro Crater for a day of game viewing and the opportunity to see the “Big Five”.
  • Finish your safari adventure with a stay on Zanzibar.
  • Climb Mount Kilimanjaro – the highest peak in Africa.
  • Amazing mobile tented camping for a true “barefoot luxury” experience.
  • Traveler’s cheques – These are not convenient to use. The hospitality industry here mainly accepts MasterCard and Visa. The majority of shops and restaurants outside of the main tourist areas do not take credit cards. ATM’s are available in cities and larger towns.
  • Climate – tropical conditions make the country an all-year-round destination, althought it’s best to visit the country outside of the June-October rainy period. Temperatures during this time dip well below those of the summer months. In Zanzibar weather is mostly fine during the summer months as a result of pleasant ocean breezes, although humidity may not suit some.
  • Clothing suggestions – Its best to always wear clothing suitable for tropical conditions, however warmer fabrics are needed in winter, particularly in the evenings.

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