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With its trademark abundant wildlife, magnificent scenery and welcoming people, together with bush and beach options, Tanzania offers a classic wildlife safari. On the popular northern circuit see the annual wildebeest migration in the Serengeti, the southern circuit parks such as Selous and Ruaha are less-visited gems while in the west Gombe and Mahale Mountains offer chimpanzee trekking.

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Tanzania Safari Tour Packages:

8-Day Kilimanjaro Lemosho Route Climb

Great Lake Expedition
(5 reviews)

A trekking safari along the Lemosho Route, offering climbers a combination of the best panoramic views of the mountain, low traffic and a high summit success rate on a journey to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak. Begin by making your...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Camping Safari, Guided Safari, Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Independent, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Moshi
  • Price Tag
    8 Days from
    $2000 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

Climb the mighty Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa's highest peak, along the Machame Route with its diverse landscapes and fantastic views of the surrounding lowlands and ancient glaciers. An amazing trekking safari with the opportunity to reach the top of Africa,...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Camping, Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Arusha
  • Price Tag
    7 Days from
    $1780 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

5 Days Kilimanjaro Trekking Marangu Route

Kilimanjaro Classic Safaris
(2 reviews)

Marangu Route is also known as the “Coca Cola” or “tourist” route. It is the easiest and shortest route to the summit. This is also the only route with the comforts of sleeping huts at every campsite with solar lights and comfortable beds. The...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided
  • Safari Standard:
    Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start in Arusha, end in Arusha
  • Price Tag
    5 Days from
    $1550 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

6 Day Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing Via Marangu Route

Almighty Kilimanjaro
(2 reviews)

Known as the 'coca-cola' route, the Marangu route is a classic trek on Mount Kilimanjaro being the oldest, most well established route. It starts in tropical rainforest, where you may see blue monkeys, passes through moorland and alpine desert before...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Camping Safari, Guided Safari, Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget
  • Start/end:
    Start in Moshi, end in Moshi
  • Price Tag
    6 Days from
    $1550 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

7-Day Kilimanjaro Machame Route Climb

Great Lake Expedition
(2 reviews)

Make your way up the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro via the popular Machame Route, offering climbers the greatest chance of success for reaching the famous summit of the 'roof of Africa'. A 7-day trekking safari that will take you through rainforest, moorlands...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Camping Safari, Guided Safari, Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Camping, Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Moshi
  • Price Tag
    7 Days from
    $1800 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

5-Day Trek To Uhuru Peak Via Marangu Route

Kitano Tours And Safaris
(2 reviews)

Take the Marangu route up Mount Kilimanjaro and witness the bright sunrise on Gillman's Point before summitting Uhuru Peak. The Marangu route is considered to be the easiest path on the mountain, given its gradual slope and direct path. It is the oldest...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Moshi / Arusha
  • Price Tag
    5 Days from
    $1750 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Jan, Feb

This joining group camping safari takes you on the search for the great annual wildebeest migration in Tanzania's remarkable Serengeti National Park where you might be lucky to see the animals crossing the Mara River. Also visit other superb wildlife...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Camping Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Budget, Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start in Arusha, end in Arusha
  • Price Tag
    5 Days from
    $1000 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Year Round

5 Days Safari in Tanzania (Tarangire, Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater)

Five Star Luxury Tour and Safari
(1 reviews)

Get a real taste of Tanzania on this safari which will take you right out to the vast plains of the Serengeti. You will also visit two of Tanzania’s most popular national parks: the Ngorongoro Crater, where you will have the best chance of seeing the...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Family Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Arusha, end in Arusha
  • Price Tag
    5 Days from
    $1530 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round

8 Days Kilimanjaro Climb Lemosho Route

Nakuja Africa Adventures
(1 reviews)

Being one of the newer routes on the Kilimanjaro, the Lemosho Route is still less visited and gives you the chance to experience its pure nature and the stunning panorama views, without sharing it with a mass of other trekkers. Due to the increasing traffic...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Guided Safari, Mountain Safari, Trekking Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided
  • Safari Standard:
    Camping
  • Start/end:
    Start/end in Kilimanjaro
  • Price Tag
    8 Days from
    $2100 p/p in USD
  • departures icon
    Departures: Year Round

7-Day Classic Tanzania Tour

Dodo Group Tanzania
(1 reviews)

Explore four of Tanzania's renowned national parks for the opportunity to see Africa's big five and discover her magnificent landscapes. Visit Lake Manyara and Tarangire National Parks, the Ngorongoro Crater and the world famous Serengeti grassland...

  • Country:
    Tanzania,
  • Safari Type:
    Big Five Safari, Guided Safari, Wildlife Safari
  • Tour Type:
    Guided, Large Group, Small Group
  • Safari Standard:
    Mid Range
  • Start/end:
    Start in Arusha - Moshi, end in Moshi - Arusha
  • Price Tag
    7 Days from
    $2499 p/p in USD
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    Departures: Year Round
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Tanzania is renowned for its wilderness areas, including the Serengeti National Park, a top safari destination where visitors can encounter the “big five” animals (elephant, lion, leopard, buffalo, and rhino), and the Kilimanjaro National Park, home to Africa’s highest mountain. For those looking for a different experience, the tropical islands of Zanzibar and Mafia Marine Park offer opportunities to explore coral reefs and swim with whale sharks.

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Major Tanzania Safari Attractions

Tanzania Safari Tour Highlights

  • See the epic annual wildebeest migration in the Serengeti as herds move in search of greener pastures.
  • Keep your eyes peeled for unique tree-climbing lions in Lake Manyara National Park.
  • Experience the thrill of chimpanzee tracking in Gombe National Park or the Mahale Mountains.
  • For a bush/beach combo, head to the spice island of Zanzibar for sandy beaches and fascinating history.

Facts About Tanzania Safari Tour

  • Tanzania is an amalgam of Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which merged in 1964 to form Tanzania.
  • At 5,895 meters, Mount Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free-standing mountain in the world.
  • The Ngorongoro Crater is the world’s largest intact caldera and where the Maasai tribe coexist with the wildlife.
  • Olduvai Gorge, a significant paleoanthropological site, is where the world’s earliest human skull was discovered.

Uncover more such interesting facts about Tanzania with our in-depth Tanzania travel guide.

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FAQ’s for Tanzania Safari

  • When is the best time to travel to Tanzania?

    For wildlife safaris the best time to travel to Tanzania is from July to October. This is the dry season when viewing opportunities are better due to vegetation dwindling making the bush less dense while animals congregate around water holes to drink. Keep in mind that this is the peak season and Tanzania attracts a lot of visitors from all over the world so it can be busy plus it’s a more expensive time of year. On the other hand, the shoulder season, November to March is a great time to travel too. Although the bush is thicker so it’s harder to see wildlife, this time of year has less visitors and can be more affordable  For more information about the best time to travel to Tanzania, including its’s coastline, check out our Best Time to Visit Tanzania guide.

  • When is the great wildebeest migration?

    The great wildebeest migration in Tanzania and Kenya is the largest annual migration of around 1.5 million wildebeest and thousands of zebras, antelopes, gazelle, impala and eland. The migration is a result of dwindling grazing making the animals move to greener pastures following the rainfall pattern. This large-scale migration is fraught with dangerous river crossings where predators are lying in wait. The migration continues year round as the animals travel in a circular route from Tanzania to Kenya and back again. The rains in April and May get the herds of wildebeest on the move in the Serengeti on their journey towards the Masai Mara, Kenya. Once they have reached Kenya, they graze in the Mara. In a few months, the vegetation is exhausted and the animals start their journey back to the Serengeti, and the cycle repeats.

    Check out our Great Migration Timeline to see how the wildebeest migration progresses over the months.

  • Is Tanzania a family-friendly safari destination?

    From the postcard-perfect beaches and large open skies to the majestic animals and spectacular wilderness, Tanzania offers children mesmerising sights and wildlife adventures. Tanzania is a family-friendly safari destination, but before you hop on to the plane, you’ll need to do some research.

    There are some safari lodges and camps that have age restrictions for children. When you book a safari tour, discuss this with your tour operator and find out details about the restrictions; it might be a lodge or camp which only accepts children over a certain age, or it could be some of the activities where there are age restrictions such as walking safaris or game drives. Some camps offer children-specific activities for families. In terms of safety, it is quite safe to take your kids on a safari, just ensure that they listen to the guide at all times.

  • What languages are spoken in Tanzania?

    Even though Swahili, a Bantu language, is the official language of Tanzania and majority of the population speak it, not everyone in Tanzania speaks it. They might speak a variation of the Bantu languages as there are quite a few Bantu and Nilotic languages spoken throughout Tanzania. English is the second official language, spoken by a large number of Tanzanians – a remnant of colonial rule (formerly known as the Tanganyika territory).

  • What currency is used in Tanzania?

    Although Tanzania’s official currency is Tanzanian Shilling, which is accepted throughout the country, US Dollars are also widely accepted in a majority of tourist areas. However, the locals don’t usually accept US dollar notes printed before 2009. We recommend visitors exchange money at authorised dealers in Tanzania plus there are options to use ATMs to get the local currency. Most of the Tanzanian outlets accept Mastercard and Visa.

    To make things a little simpler, we have shared a quick currency conversions (2021):

    Currency Tanzanian Shillings
    1 Pound Sterling 3212.97
    1 Euro 2911.17
    1 United States Dollar 2319.26
    1 Canadian Dollar 1826.27
    1 Australian Dollar 1800.13
    1 Japanese Yen 22.10
  • Do I require a visa and passport to travel to Tanzania?

    The majority of visitors travelling to Tanzania require a visa to enter Tanzania. There are certain exceptions to that rule. Visitors can either obtain a visa on arrival or get a visa prior to travel from the Tanzania Consulate in their country of residence. Some visitors (from specific countries) may not require a Tanzanian visa at all. Refer to Tanzania Immigration website for the complete list of visa-exempt countries. You can also refer to the same page for Referral Visa Cases, as it provides a list of countries that can acquire a visa on arrival. There are numerous types of visa, but visitors who want to travel to Tanzania for leisure require a Single Entry or an ordinary Visa. In addition make sure your passport has at least six months validity.

  • What transport will be used on safari in Tanzania?

    It’s unlikely that you will have to worry about transport once you arrive in Tanzania. Many safari packages include a vehicle with a driver guide who will can take you around Tanzania on your safari. The vehicle included in the package will be your primary mode of transportation together with any charter or scheduled flights to take you to remote game areas or off shore islands such as Zanzibar.

  • Where are Tanzania’s best birding spots?

    Arusha National Park: The park has more than 400 bird species, the most well-known amongst them the pink flamingoes that can be seen in the shallow waters of the Momela Lakes in Arusha National Park.
    Lake Victoria: Home to more than 200 diverse bird species: cormorant, goliath, great-white egret, sacred ibis and malachite kingfishers are some of the most frequently spotted species.
    Lake Natron: Boasting a diverse population of 127 bird species including ostrich, helmeted guinea fowl, coqui francolin, flamingoes, buff-crested and kori bustards, red-chested cuckoo and white-backed vulture. As well as Lake Victoria and Lake Natron, other lake destinations which are great birding locations include; Lake Eyasi, Lake Manyara-, and Lake Tanganyika are also ideal birding locations are Lake Eyasi, Lake Manyara and Lake Tanganyika.
    Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park: With the highest number of bird species around 750, its diverse habitats are home to numerous turaco species, four of which are Hartlaub’s turaco, rose turaco, Schalow’s turaco and violent-crested Turaco. There are also more than 30 species of cuckoo in the park, including klass cuckoo and emerald cuckoo.
    Ngorongoro Crater: Home to 500 bird species we mention some of the common bird species found in this area in FAQ 18.
    Ruaha National Park: One of Ruaha National Park’s attractions is its large concentration of bird species, 450 bird species, including night-heron, storks, kingfisher, glossy ibis and goliath.
    Rubondo Island National Park: The park has around 300 bird species, which include egrets, herons, flamingoes, kingfishers, spoonbills, African fish eagles and vultures.
    Serengeti National Park: More than 500 bird species call Serengeti National Park  home. Some of them are grey-crested helmet shrike, grey-backed fiscal, Schalow’s turaco, Rupell’s vulture, Verreaux’s eagle and silverbird.
    Usambara Mountains: Usambara Mountains region is teeming with birds including little yellow flycatcher, east coast akalat, dapple-throat arcanator, southern banded snake-eagle and Fischer’s turaco.

  • What are Tanzania’s major attractions?
    • Arusha Game Reserve
    • Lake Manyara National Park
    • Lake Victoria
    • Mount Kilimanjaro
    • Ngorongoro Conservation Area
    • Ruaha National Park
    • Selous Game Reserve
    • Serengeti National Park
    • Tarangire National Park
    • Zanzibar Beaches and Historical Sites
  • Read more: Frequently Asked Questions on Tanzania  

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