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For Over 12 years, we have organized the best tailor-made private Tanzania safaris/safaris in Tanzania that are outstanding within the most popular and remote Tanzania safari parks & other destinations of this country. A true wilderness wildlife safari in Tanzania offers you amazing game viewing in Tanzania, as it has a myriad of wildlife compared to most other African safari countries, combined with unique community cultural Tanzania trips.

When you visit Tanzania on safari, you are assured to spot the African Big 5 namely Lions including tree-climbing lions in Lake Manyara, African elephants, Rhinos, leopards, and Buffaloes. You can also spot Wild dogs and other rare species.

A typical wilderness Safari in Tanzania must feature the extensive Serengeti National Park, which has one of the highest concentrations of wildlife in Africa and it has one of the world’s natural wonders. This is the great migration (wildebeest migration) that happens every year between the Serengeti National Park and Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve.

Few countries in the world equal Tanzania’s natural beauty as it has the Ngorongoro Crater in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This is a superb natural wonder of Africa standing as the largest intact unfilled and inactive volcanic caldera. Ngorongoro Crater offers a one-stop shop for amazing wild game including the endangered Black Rhinos.

Also in Tanzania is the Gombe National Park which is home to Chimpanzee projects commenced by Jane Goodall in 1960. Besides wildlife, Tanzania is noted to be the cradle of mankind because the skull of early man was discovered at Olduvai Gorge in the 1960s by Dr. Leakey.

Tours in Tanzania take you to Zanzibar Island which is one of the best recreational destinations in the world featuring endless white sand beaches fronted by the vast Indian Ocean. The Island features a rich heritage that ranges back to Arab times, especially the Stone Town where the Sultan of Zanzibar was based.

Therefore, whether you are interested in an extensive wild game viewing experience, honeymoon and beach experience, adventure Mountain climbing tours, or culture and heritage, Tanzania safari tours are the most ideal voyages, for they take you to a destination capable of generating ultimate African Safari memories.

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Isabelle M
Isabelle M
Amazing tour, 100% recommend Amazing experience! We had a 3 days safari with Jerome, the best guide! We’ve seen all the animals : elephants, girafs, buffalos, even the lion! The tour was amazing, with plenty of time to observe nature and animals. Wonderful experience I will never forget.
Siem v
Siem v
Once in a lifetime The Murchison Falls are beautiful! Together with Prime Safari, we have enjoyed two beautiful days. Our guide Jerome made our trip a once in a lifetime. His character and knowledge were outstanding.
Marie-Hélène P
Marie-Hélène P
Un safari exceptionnel Nous avons fait un safari de 3 jours durant une fin de semaine c’était incroyable. Notre guide Jerom a été vraiment super et nous a donné plein d’information intéressante ! Nous avons vu un nombre incroyable d’animaux : Antilopes de toutes sortes, buffles, éléphants, girafes a quelques mètres de nous, hyènes, lions, hippopotames, oiseaux… et aussi de magnifiques paysages. Tout était très bien organisé ! L’hotel avec vue sur le Nil était très luxueux et la nourriture excellente. Demandez pour Jerom pour une expérience inoubliable !
Eve L
Eve L
Unforgettable stay at Murchison Falls We spent 3 unforgettable days in Murchison Falls conversation area with our guide Jerome. Everything was above and beyond our expectations. Jerome is extremely pleasant, knowledgeable. The Lodge and the food were amazing, and we saw so many animals up close from our open top bus! Also the logistics were on point, organizing the weekend with Cate was a breeze. Highly recommended!
Sophie F
Sophie F
Safari photos! A faire! Tout était parfait! Accueil, chambres, nourriture mais surtout le safari avec le meilleur guide! On a vu tellement d'animaux et les explications étaient toujours intéressantes! Le parc prends soin des animaux et c'est rassurant!Merci Jérôme et la gang de Prime safari!
Susan P
Susan P
Safari to Murchison Uganda The favourites include a knowledgeable guide who went above and beyond to help us and found hidden animals Fondly known as Pineapple man he was reliable and resourceful
Murchison safari 3-4 days in Murchison. Picked up on time by Ananias after a week of NGO work with FLOW Care for Uganda. He was a great driver with a good sense of humour. He struck the right note giving information without over doing it. If any snags came up he ironed them out calmly. Pakuba Lodge was lovely and the game drives surpassed expectations. If travelling with more than 6 people a vehicle with removable roof at the front would have been preferable and I would have preferred to come back the same way on return to reduce travel time. The offer of a change and shower on return was very welcome. I would use Prime again.
Gordon Lewis
Gordon Lewis
Fantastic Safari in Uganda We had a 4 day trip to Murchison Falls which included a chimpanzee trek. It was fantastic. Our driver/guide was Ananias (Mr Pineapple) and he was brilliant. He was thoughtful, accommodating and great company, but most importantly, a very safe driver. He was very skilful at spotting game and we saw lions, leopards, elephants, buffalo, hippos, crocodiles, hyenas, jackals, lots of different types of antelope, monkeys, baboons etc etc as well as many bird species.The chimp trek was the highlight, although the Nile cruise came a close second.We stayed at Pakuba lodge which was cheaper then Paraa, but better value for money. The staff were very helpful, the rooms very clean and comfortable, and the food good.Cate who runs the company with Sam her husband could not have been more helpful.
Charlotte P
Charlotte P
Amzing country 🇺🇬 And guide! SSENTONGO ANANIAS has been a fantastic guide on both Muchison falls safari and Kampala tourVery knowledgeable and super easy going Always there to make sure the groupe is fine& he succeeded to manage an all-girls group 😄Also the communication woth Prime safari has been rapid and accurate all the time
2 Day 1 Night Safari from Kampala We were able to schedule a 2 day 1 night trip from Kampala. Our guides were Brian and Mr. Pineapple. They were amazing guides, great drivers, and got us the best views of the animals. We left early in the morning and made it to our hotel for lunch. Then we left immediately for a 3 hour Nile River Cruise to Murchison Falls where we saw many animals relaxing along the banks and plenty of hippos lounging in the water. Make sure to bring binoculars. After this, we were taken on a late afternoon safari tour through the national park. We saw giraffes, elephants, warthogs, and many other animals. It was beautiful. We then got back to the hotel where we had dinner. We stayed at the Paara Hotel. The hotel overlooked the Nile river which was gorgeous. The amenities were very nice, food delicious, water hot, and balcony overlooking the Nile. After a restful night, we left early with a packed breakfast for another safari drive. We found a lion pride. It was so beautiful. From there, we stopped at the top of Murchison Falls and viewed the quick strong rapids before the falls. It was nice and refreshing to be misted by the water. After this, we were on our way back to Kampala. We stopped at a nice diner that had delicious whole fried fish and fries and cold beer. Then another 4 hour drive before getting to our hotel for dinner. Prime Safari did a great job of getting all the things we wanted to see based on our schedule. Brian and Mr. Pineapple were amazing guides who taught us so much during the safari. We had such a great experience and highly recommend this company. Hopefully, you will lucky enough to get these guides!! If I were to do it again, I would have liked to enjoy the hotel with a pool that overlooks the Nile and has a swim up bar for an extra day.


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Examples/Types of Tanzania Safaris/ Popular Tanzania Safari Categories –H2

Those who undertake Tanzania safari visits mostly know the country as a paradise for wildlife tours, but a safari in Tanzania offers more than just wildlife. You will be mesmerized by the various tours Tanzania has to offer.

Below are some of these safaris in Tanzania you can always engage in Africa;

  1. Tanzania Wildlife Safaris –H3

Tanzania is ranked among the best countries in Africa for wildlife tours because of its astonishing numbers of wildlife. When on your visit Tanzania wildlife safari tours, you get amazing sightings of wildlife like the big 5 African animals.

These include; Lions, Elephants, Rhinos, Leopards, and Buffaloes. You can also see the Wild dog. The best way to enjoy Tanzania wildlife viewing tours is through safari game drives and walking safaris as you can witness the great migration in Africa.

Best Places to Go for Wildlife Tours in Tanzania/ Popular Game Viewing Tanzania Safari Destinations –H4

Wildlife tours in Tanzania are best enjoyed in the savannah game parks and wildlife game reserves.

These are the best places to enjoy wildlife tours in Tanzania Africa.

  1. Serengeti National Park –H5

Serengeti National Park is the best place for wildlife tours in Africa because of its biodiversity of wildlife that inhabits the acacia trees, savanna grasslands, woodlands, and small forests.

A Serengeti National Park Tanzania safari enables you to enjoy the annual migration (wildebeest migration) which is among the world’s greatest wildlife spectacles. Over 1 million Wildebeests and Zebras move from Serengeti National Park and then across the Masai Mara River to Masai Mara Reserve in Kenya.

You can as well spot other wild animals like Elephants, Buffaloes, Cheetahs, Giraffes, Impala, Hyenas, Eland, Gazelle, Ostriches, and Wild Dogs.

The best way of encountering wildlife in Serengeti National Park is through game drives and also the hot air balloon experience as you can enjoy wildlife viewing.

  1. Ngorongoro Conservation Area –H5

Most popular visit Tanzania safari packages feature the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, another wonderful destination good for Tanzania wildlife viewing tours in Africa.

Ngorongoro Conservation Area is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and it has the Ngorongoro Crater which acts as a natural enclosure that keeps most of Africa’s famous wildlife together and it is on the southern circuit.

Animals in the Ngorongoro Conservation Area rarely migrate and visitors can look out for Lions, Black Rhinos, Leopards, Elephants, and Buffaloes. Ngorongoro Conservation Area is also a good spot for seeing the rare species of a Wild Dog.

  1. Lake Manyara National Park –H5

Lake Manyara is a key factor in this national park where many animals gather making it ideal for wildlife tours and wildlife viewing in Africa. Animals to see here include Hippos, Elephants, Giraffes, Wildebeests, and the rare tree climbing Lions.

Wildlife tours to Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are combined with Lake Manyara to give unforgettable experiences.

  1. Tarangire National Park –H5

Tarangire National Park is closer to Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and the Masai Mara and it is on the southern circuit. It has one of the largest populations of Elephants in Africa ideal for wildlife viewing and is home to the ancient baobab trees.

Other animals to spot in Tarangire National Park are Hyenas, Giraffes, Zebras, and Wildebeests. If lucky you can as well see a Wild Dog.

Other places to go for wildlife safaris in Tanzania are;

  • Selous Game Reserve having Wild Dogs
  • Ruaha National Park with the endangered Wild Dog
  • Katavi National Park
  • Ngorongoro Crater
  1. Birding Safaris In Tanzania –H3

Birding tours in Tanzania are outstanding as the wild expanses of this country offer the ultimate paradise for bird lovers in Africa. There are various bird-watching areas to give you opportunities to observe birds in their nature and these are mostly game parks, reserves, lakes, and sanctuaries.

Tanzania hosts over 900 resident and 200 migrant bird species making it a good destination for birding tours.

Birding tours/birdwatching Tanzania safari trips are best enjoyed in Serengeti National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Natron, Tarangire National Park, etc.

Some of the notable birds to look out for during your birding tours include;

·        Grey-headed Silverbill

·        Usambiro Barbet

·        Green-Winged Pytilia

·        Kori Bustard

·        Chestnut Sparrow

·        Schalow’s Turaco

·        Rosy-breasted Longclaw

·        African Crowned Eagle

·        Red and Yellow Barbet

·        Martial Eagle

  1. Beach Safaris in Tanzania –H3

Beach safari holidays in Tanzania are mostly for those who want to relax and enjoy the tranquil environment in Africa. Visit Tanzania and experience its many vast sandy beaches and several tropical islands off the coast of the Indian Ocean.

Tanzania is an incredibly perfect destination for beach holidays in Africa. These adventures take you for city tours to one of the tropical islands of Zanzibar that lies within the historic town of Stone Town.

Enjoy diving and snorkeling in Zanzibar, Pemba, Mafia, Fanjove, and Chumbe islands with the clear waters with a great diversity of coral and fish with good visibility.

You can as well enjoy a Spice tour trip near the stone town in Zanzibar and see how cloves and several fruits are grown.

  1. Cultural Tours In Tanzania/ Community Tanzania Safari Adventures–H3

Cultural Tours in Tanzania are among the interesting safari products in Tanzania that supplement a wildlife viewing trip in Africa. And several cultural sites in mainland Tanzania have been developed by the Tanzania Tourist Board with many selected villages around Arusha in northern Tanzania.

When you visit Tanzania you can find 120 tribes within its rural areas and tourists will be charmed by the different African cultural experiences these people have to offer. You get to visit the local communities and experience a typical way of life in a real African village.

During your cultural tours in Tanzania, here are some of the cultural tourism sites to visit;

  • Mto wa Mbu
  • Experiencing the Maasai culture in the Maasai Bomas in Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Lake Eyasi home to the Hadzabe and Datoga
  • Ng’iresi Village of Wa-Arusha tribe
  • Mulala village of Wameru
  • Visit the Olduvai Gorge
  1. Mountain Climbing Tours In Tanzania – Mountain/Trekking Hiking Safaris in Tanzania –H3

Tanzania Mountain climbing tours take to several mountain ranges to climb and reach their peaks. The most common range for Mountain climbing tours is Mountain Kilimanjaro.

This is Africa’s tallest Mountain and there are many routes you can use to climb Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) and the longest circuit lasts for 9 days.

Mountain climbing safaris in Tanzania are not only experienced on Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro), but they are as well enjoyed on other mountains like;

  • Mount Meru
  • Ol Doinyo Lengai
  • Usambara Mountain Range
  • Udzungwa Mountains National Park in southern Tanzania
  • Mahale Mountains
  • Rungwe Mountain
  1. Adventure Safaris in Tanzania –H3

Adventure Tanzania Safari trips in Africa are the best way of exploring Tanzania and wildlife viewing with the full gist and offering you full excitement in Africa.

These Africa safari tours are experienced mostly experienced in game parks in Tanzania, wildlife reserves, the outstanding islands, and the beaches across Dar es Salaam.

Adventure tours require you to have some epic time and full confidence and a healthy dose of adventurous spirit in Africa.

Some of the adventure safaris in Tanzania include;

  • Serengeti National Park walking safaris for wildlife viewing also around Lake Natron
  • Hot air ballooning over the great migration or annual migration in the Serengeti National Park in search of wildlife like the Wild Dog.
  • Diving with whale sharks off Mafia Island
  • Deep sea fishing in the Pemba Channel
  • Summiting Mount Meru and conquering Kibo peak on Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro)
  1. Agro-tourism –H3

Agro-tourism is largely growing and most of the tourists visit Tanzania to experience how most of the crops are grown within the country. This tourism takes to various farmlands on small and large scales.

You get to see the different methods used in the agriculture of Tanzania and these are either traditional or modern methods.

These farms give you the full opportunity of interacting with the farm staff to teach you more about the farming products and you can as well engage in some of the activities.

Below are some of the best places to visit for agro-tourism in Tanzania;

  • Sisal tours in Kingolwira-morogoro Tanga regions
  • Coffee plantations in Moshi town at the foothills of Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro)
  • Banana plantations around the Uluguru Mountains in Morogoro
  • Strawberry farm at the Uluguru Mountains
  • Mlali Agro tourism markets
  1. Boat Cruise Tours In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania is a country with many lakes and rivers making it a good destination for boat tours for tourists in Africa. These water bodies are home to several wildlife that you can view during your time on the boat safari.

Some of this wildlife for wildlife viewing includes Flamingos and aquatic animals like Hippos and Crocodiles. You can view other animals that come on the shores like Elephants, Buffaloes, Warthogs, and many antelope species.

This is where you can enjoy boat tours in Tanzania;

  • Canoeing on Lake Manyara in L.Manyara National Park
  • A boat safari on the Rufiji River in Selous Game Reserve
  • Canoeing on Momella Lakes in Arusha National Park
  • A boat safari on River Wami in Saadani National Park
  • Canoeing on Lake Duluti near Arusha
  • Canoeing on Momella Lakes in Arusha National Park
  1. Dar es Salaam City Tour –H3

Dar es Salaam is one of the most active and crowded cities in Tanzania. Actually, it is one of the most prized cities in Tanzania.

This city has many tourist attractions travellers can see and enjoy their safari in Tanzania with no disappointments. You can visit Tanzania historical places like the Pugu Hills Forest Reserve, Dar es Salaam Marine Reserve, and Bongoyo Island.

The outstanding city trip also takes you to the modern Zoological garden and you marvel at the various animal species and plants or visit the botanical gardens.

You can also visit the museums around the city that offer a lot of historical memories. These museums include the Village Museum and the National Museum. This trip to the city is rewarding with local city markets as you can buy some souvenirs.

Tourist Attractions in Tanzania – What Things to See –H2

Tanzania is one of the best safari destinations in East Africa because of its variety of tourist attractions.

The scenery, topography, and very friendly people make Tanzania one of the best places to visit and promise the best wildlife photographic tours on the Africa continent. Below are some of the tourist attractions in Tanzania;

  1. Animals In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania harbors 20 percent of the species of Africa’s large mammal population.

It has about 310 mammal species including primates, carnivores, and small and big herbivores. It has the largest number of wildebeest and they are best observed during their great migration or annual migration and also has big 5 animals and many antelope species.

You can find animals in areas like Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, etc. good for wildlife viewing in Africa.

These are some of the animals in Tanzania;

·        Lions

·        Elephants

·        Black Rhinos

·        Buffaloes

·        Leopards

·        Cheetahs

·        Wildebeests

·        Chimpanzees

·        Giraffes

·        Zebras

·        Hyenas

·        Wild Dogs

·        Impalas

·        Hartebeest

·        Thompson Gazelles

·        Elands

·        Red Colobus Monkeys

·        Olive Baboons

·        Warthogs

·        Serval Cats

  1. Birds In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania has an amazing avifauna with a total of 1155 confirmed species of which 29 are endemic and 4 have been introduced by humans. Most of these birds are seen not elsewhere in East Africa making Tanzania a good destination for birding safari trips.

The birds are spotted within the parks, reserves, conservation areas, and around lakes and rivers, especially in the Serengeti National Park plains also known for the great migration or annual migration, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Lake Manyara Np, etc.

Below are some of the notable birds in Tanzania;

·        Ashy Starling

·        Banded Green Sunbird

·        Fischer’s Lovebird

·        Grey-breasted Spurfowl

·        Iringa Akalat

·        Kilombero Weaver

·        Loveridge’s Sunbird

·        Moreau’s Sunbird

·        Pemba Green Pigeon

·        Pemba Scops Owl

·        Usambara Eagle Owl

·        Pemba Sunbird

·        Pemba White-Eye

·        Rufous-Tailed Weaver

·        Rufous-Winged Sunbird


  1. Tanzania Mountains –H3

This country has over 2395 named Mountains with the highest being Mt Kilimanjaro (5,895 m/19,341ft) also has Africa’s highest peak and also on the continent.

The second most prominent peak in Tanzania is the stratovolcano Mount Meru, which has 3,164 m (10,381ft) of prominence.

Also among the mountain ranges in Tanzania are a series of volcanoes and calderas and including the still-active Ol Doinyo Lengai and the Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area. This is one of the world’s largest calderas.

Some of these mountains have been named national parks like Mount Kilimanjaro National Park (Mt Kilimanjaro) and you can visit them on your safari in Tanzania.

Other Mountains in Tanzania include Usambara Mountain Range, Udzungwa Mountains National Park, Mahale Mountains, and Rungwe Mountain.

  1. Waterbodies In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania has several waterbodies ranging from freshwater lakes, rivers, streams, crater lakes, wetlands, and a few waterfalls.

This country is divided into 9 river basins and these are Pangani, Wami-Ruvu, Rufiji, Ruvuma, Lake Nyasa, Internal Drainage Basin, Lake Rukwa, Lake Manyara, Lake Natron, Lake Tanganyika, and Lake Victoria.

The biggest waterbody is the Indian Ocean with several highlands and beaches having white sand.

Also, there are rivers which include the Mara River, Kagera River, Magamba River, Mkuzu River, Semu River, Tarangire River in Tarangire National Park, etc.

  1. Beaches In Tanzania–H3

Tanzania is home to the towering Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) with Africa’s highest peak and the wildlife of the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area. However, it also boasts Zanzibar’s beautiful beaches with white sand on the coastline of the Indian Ocean and home of the stone town.

Visitors can enjoy many safari activities on these beaches like scuba diving and snorkeling which are the most popular.

Some of the famous beaches in Tanzania include Kendwa Beach, Jambiani Beach, Prison Island, Mbudya Island Beach, Nakupenda Beach, Nungwi Beach, Paje Beach, Mafia Island, etc.

Tanzania Safari Destinations | Places to Visit in Tanzania | What Are Tanzania’s Best Places to Visit?–H2

Are you planning to Visit Tanzania for your safari holidays and you are still asking yourself where to go?

The most Unique places to visit in Tanzania are game parks, wildlife reserves, towns and cities, beaches, islands, and many more.

Below are the top Tanzania safari destinations for wildlife viewing;

  1. National Parks In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania is a good destination well known for its wildlife tours and these happen within the national safari parks. This country is blessed with 22 national parks, 1 conservation area, and several marine parks.

The most famous park are Serengeti National Park and Tarangire National Park with a wide range of wildlife.

Most parks are located on the Tanzania northern circuit. This makes them easy to be combined in a single Tanzania safari.

Below are the top parks in Tanzania for wildlife viewing;

  1. Serengeti National Park –H4

Serengeti National Park is home to a great migration and it is of the natural wonders of the world. This national park is a World Heritage Site made of lots of wildlife good for wildlife viewing.

It spans an area close to 15,000 km2 partly adjacent to the Kenya border and is northwest of the adjoining Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Serengeti National Park has about 4000 lions, 1000 leopards, 550 cheetahs, and some 500 bird species. Wildebeests and Zebras are in big numbers

Adventurous travellers in Africa can witness the great migration or wildebeest migration as they cross the Masai Mara and also see the Wild Dog.

Serengeti National Park is part of the northern circuit with other more remote parks making it ideal for Tanzania trips. You can as well enjoy the Maasai culture from the Serengeti National Park in Tanzania with no limitations.

You can enjoy an evening sunset at your comfortable tented camp while in Serengeti National Park.

  1. Lake Manyara National Park –H4

Lake Manyara National Park is one of the smallest parks in Tanzania and it is smaller than other destinations on the northern circuit destinations. It is situated closer to Tarangire National Park with amazing sightings and also near Lake Natron.

The western escarpment of the Rift Valley forms the park’s western border and to the east is the alkaline Lake Manyara.

This lake covers a third of the park but it dries up during the dry season though fills again in the wet season and attracts many flamingos and other birds.

Lake Manyara is a good destination for wildlife viewing especially herds of Elephants and tree-climbing Lions.

  1. Tarangire National Park –H4

Tarangire National Park is also on the northern circuit covering an area of 2600 km2. It is popular for having large herds of Elephants, the rare Wild dog, and mini-wildlife great migration that takes place during the dry season.

It consists of the Tarangire River which is the main water supply of the park. The wildlife migration may not be as like the Wildebeest Migration in the Serengeti National Park though it is amazing as well.

Tarangire National Park is also one of the best birding areas to visit.

  1. Gombe National Park –H4

Gombe National Park is on the eastern shores of Lake Tanganyika and it was made famous by the work of Jane Goodall. This English primatologist studied the Chimpanzees here at the Gombe Stream Research Centre.

Tourists who visit Tanzania can hike the terrain of this park to see the Chimpanzees which are human’s cousins. It is one of the few places to see Chimps in Tanzania.

  1. Mt Kilimanjaro National Park –H4

Mt Kilimanjaro National Park consists of Mount Kilimanjaro which has Africa’s highest peak (5896m). It is also one of the continent’s amazing sights.

Adventurous travellers come here for climbing Kilimanjaro-fueled adventures which are rewarding with amazing sightings. Tourists who visit Tanzania should keep in mind that visiting Mt Kilimanjaro is not about wildlife.

Other National Parks in Tanzania are;

·        Arusha National Park

·        Nyerere National Park on southern circuit

·        Katavi National Park

·        Kitulo National Park

·        Mahale Mountains National Park near Lake Tanganyika

·        Mikumi National Park

·        Mkomazi National Park

·        Ruaha National Park in southern Tanzania

·        Rubondo Island National Park,

·        Saadani National Park, etc.

  1. Wildlife Reserves In Tanzania –H3

Tanzania has got 27 Game Reserves though some are forest reserves and they offer the best game viewing with several other safari activities. Most reserves are unique with amazing wildlife like the Wild dog that you cannot miss on your safari in Tanzania.

Below are the best Game reserves in Tanzania to visit;

  1. Selous Game Reserve –H4

This is the oldest game reserve in southern Tanzania having established in 1896. It was declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site in 1982 due to its immense diversity of wildlife similar to Masai Mara.

It has Leopards, lions, Elephants, Wild Dog, Hyenas, etc., and many bird species. Tourists can enjoy safari activities here like walking safaris, game viewing, birding, and a boat safari trip on the Rufiji River.

  1. Gurumeti Game Reserve–H4

This wildlife reserve is located along the western Serengeti National Park border in the northern circuit.

It mostly works as a migration collider and you get to see several animals when here especially Zebras and antelope species.

  1. Moyowosi Game Reserve –H4

Moyowosi Game Reserve is a real deal for wildlife enthusiastic as it has wild animals like Crocodiles, Hippos, Waterbucks, Sitatunga, Roan Antelope, Hartebeests, Giraffes, Zebras, Lions, Topis, and Buffaloes

It also has several bird species including the Shoebill and the Wattled Crane. This reserve is found in Western Tanzania.

Other Game Reserves in Tanzania are;

·        Ugalla River Game Reserve

·        Muhesi Game Reserve

·        Kizigo Game Reserve

·        Rumanyika Game Reserve

·        Biharamulo Game Reserve

·        Ibanda Game Reserve

·        Usangu Game Reserve,

·        Likwati Game Reserve, etc

  1. Beaches of Mainland Tanzania –H3

Beaches are centered on offshore islands such as Zanzibar near the Stone Town and Mafia. Also, the mainland Swahili coast hosts a wealth of attractive seaside destinations.

The outstanding coast that covers over 1,000 km has endless palm-lined beaches that can give a relaxing holiday. Also, Dar es Salaam has attractive and developed beaches.

All the beaches are ideal for beach safari holidays and some of the best beaches to visit include;

  • Kendwa beach
  • Jambiani beach
  • Prison Island
  • Mbudya Island Beach
  • Nakupenda Beach
  • Nungwi Beach
  • Paje Beach
  • Mafia Island

Safari Activities to Do on Tanzania Tours –H2

Tanzania is a top safari destination in East Africa. This is because it has many safari activities that it offers to tourists who visit the country for safari tours.

The best activities to enjoy while in Tanzania range from Game drives good for wildlife viewing, hot air balloon tours in Serengeti National Park, birding, Mountain climbing, walking safaris around Lake Natron, boat cruises on Lake Manyara, and many more.

These are some superb safari activities in Tanzania;

  1. Safari Game drives –H3

Safari game drives offer the best game viewing during Tanzania tours and they are best experienced within the savannah parks and wildlife reserves. They give you up close views of animals like the Wild dog.

Also, you get to see the great migration or annual migration while on these drives.

Safari game drives are best in western Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tarangire National Park, Selous Game Reserve, Lake Manyara NP, Arusha NP, etc.

They are best early morning, afternoon, and at night.

  1. Hot Air Balloon Safaris –H3

Hot air balloon flights are a once-in-a-lifetime adventure experienced in Serengeti National Park. You get to see wildlife in an aerial view and it is the best way of experiencing the great wildebeest migration or great migration.

  1. Bird watching in Tanzania –H3

Tanzania is a birder’s paradise with over 1,155 recorded bird species of which 29 are endemic.

Birders can enjoy birdwatching within the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the Southern Circuit, Mt Kilimanjaro (Mount Kilimanjaro) with Africa’s highest peak, Lake Manyara, Lake Eyasi, Arusha National Park, Tarangire National Park, etc.

  1. Mountain Climbing and hiking in Tanzania –H3

Mountain climbing and hiking is the best way of exploring the mountain ranges in this amazing country. Many tourists want to engage in climbing Kilimanjaro ranges and reach the Uhuru peak which is snow caped and it is Africa’s highest peak.

Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) is indeed a natural wonder though there are other Mountains tourists can hike like Mount Meru, Ol Doinyo Lengai, Mahale Mountains, Usambara Mountain Range, etc.

  1. Boat Cruises in Tanzania –H3

Boat cruises here are experienced in several areas and they are good for spotting aquatic animals like Hippos and Crocodiles making it good for wildlife viewing.

They are best experienced on the Rufiji River, enjoy canoeing on Momella Lakes in Arusha National Park, Lake Manyara, Lake Tanganyika, on River Wami bordering Saadani National Park, the Indian Ocean, etc.

Other outstanding safari activities in Tanzania are;

  • Chimpanzee trekking in Gombe and Mahale Mountains National Park
  • Horse riding
  • Visiting Zanzibar and the Stone Town
  • Canopy walks in Ngorongoro Conservation Area
  • Cultural and community visits
  • Scuba diving
  • Snorkeling

Safari Lodges In Tanzania | Accommodation in Tanzania –H2

Tanzania hotels/safari lodges in Tanzania provide you with the best comfortable accommodation during your visit Tanzania trip.

These accommodation facilities are categorized into 3 classes luxury, midrange, and budget accommodation. Tourists are free to choose the mode of accommodation that is favorable for them as they can go with a comfortable tented camp on their safari in Tanzania.

Luxury Safari Lodges in Tanzania –H3

These safari lodges are best for those on luxury safaris in Tanzania and they are taken to be 5-star and beyond hotels.

Luxury safari lodges include;

·        Sasakwa Lodge

·        Mwiba Lodge adjoining southern Serengeti National Park

·        Faru Faru Lodge

·        Ngorongoro Crater Lodge

·        The Highlands

·        Lake Manyara Tree Lodge

·        Jabali Private House

·        Matemwe Lodge

Midrange Safari Lodges in Tanzania –H3

These lodges are also taken to be standard hotels in Tanzania offering amazing accommodation on your luxury safari in Tanzania and they include;

·        Ang’ata camps

·        Zawadi camps

·        Ngorongoro Crater Serena Lodge

·        Maasai Land Safari Lodge

·        Tarangire Sopa Lodge

·        Farm of Dream Lodge

·        The Whisper Camps

·        Rhino Lodge

Budget Safari Lodges in Tanzania –H3

These safari lodges offer limited services compared to other categories of accommodation in Tanzania.

Some of the budget lodges in Tanzania include; Serengeti sound of Silence in Serengeti National Park, Africa Maasai Boma, Nyikita Lodge, Whistling Thorn Comfortable Tented Camp, etc.

What to Wear During Tanzania Safaris –H2

There are several clothing wears you can put on during your Tanzanian safari and feel comfortable.

Below is what to wear for Tanzania tours;

  • Light long-sleeved shirts and trousers
  • Light shoes
  • A cap or Hat
  • Sunglasses; protect your eyes from direct sunlight and also reduces the glaze of the sun and give you clear game viewing.
  • Sweaters

Packing list For Tanzania Safari Tours | What to Pack for a Safari in Tanzania –H2

When planning a trip in Tanzania let it be a luxury safari trip, there are items you need to be with you always for the entire Tanzania trip holiday.

Below is what to carry for a safari in Tanzania;

  • A good camera with extra batteries; is for capturing the good memories of your entire Tanzania trip like pictures and videos for remembrance.
  • Binoculars; are used for zooming far amazing sightings which enables you to get good wildlife viewing especially bird species.
  • A day backpack
  • Insect repellent
  • Sunscreen
  • Poncho or rain jacket

What Is The Best Time Of Year For Tanzania Safari? | What Is the Best Month to Safari in Tanzania?| Which Month Is Best For A Tanzania Safari? | What Is The Best Month To Visit Tanzania? | When should I plan to visit Tanzania?–H2

Adventurous travellers can visit Tanzania all year round though the best time is during the long dry season which is mostly from July to September.

These are considered the best months for tours, for the Great Migration in Serengeti National Park, for beach holidays, and also visitors can trek north.

During this time of the year, wildlife viewing is quick and rewarding as you spot animals since the grasses are short. It is the best time to witness the true African wilderness and it also the peak season.

However, you can have a lifetime safari experience when you visit in the short rainy rain season which is from the end of October to December.

The main rainy season is from early March to the end of May. During this main rainy season, expect cold days and amazing sightings may be limited to trek north may be challenging.

The rainy seasons are the wet season and this may make some tracks hard to access as they are slippery.

You can witness the calving season of the famed great wildebeest migration in southern Serengeti National Park from January to the end of March.

Always reach out to your tour operator to know when is the wet season, the main rain season, or the dry season (peak season) and the right month to witness the great migration (Great Wildebeest Migration).

Is Tanzania safe for safari? | How safe is Tanzania for tourists? –H2

In general, Tanzania is safe for tours and safe to visit. It is the luxury safari trip capital of Africa and the government keeps it that way by providing all the required security to foreign and domestic tourists.

The country is politically stable, so expect no riots and it is free from terrorists and there are no epidemics.

Also, in the parks, let it be the more remote parks like Serengeti National Park –good for game viewing, you are accompanied by professional rangers who are armed to ensure your safety. The people are amazing as they will welcome you with a thousand smiles and you are safe to trek north.

All the food in this country is good and visitors can as well try street food like the chapatti which is amazing.

How Much Does It Cost To Tour Tanzania? | How Much Does A Tanzania Safari Cost? | How Much Does It Cost To Go On A Safari In Tanzania? –H2

What is the average price for a safari in Tanzania? /How much is a safari tour in Tanzania? /How much does a safari in Tanzania cost? These are some of the commonly asked questions for those wishing to do trips to Tanzania.

There is no fixed price for a safari trip in Tanzania or tours as the prices depend on several factors. A Tanzania safari is mostly determined by the type of safari trip and its duration.

Other factors are the season you wish to travel in, destinations in Tanzania, mode of accommodation, tour group size, transportation used, and activities to engage in.

Below are an estimation of a Tanzania safari cost based on the seasons and per person basis

Season Budget Midrange Luxury
Rainy Seasons (April to May) $200 -$300 $ 400- $600 $800- $1000
Shoulder season  (January to March, June & October) $400 -$500 $550-$ 700 $800- $1000
Peak Season (July To September or October) $ 450 -$570 $600 -$900 $1000 -$1500

How Many Days Do You Need For Tanzania Safari? | How Many Days Do You Need In Tanzania? | How Many Days Should I Spend In Tanzania? –H2

How many days are enough for Tanzania? Many adventurous travelers want to come to Tanzania but they are not sure of how days to spend on Tanzania tours. Well, there is no specific time or days for Tanzania safaris.

However, we recommend that you go on a Tanzania safari trip for a minimum of 4 days or a maximum of 7 days.

But this is not the limit as you can extend your luxury safari trip from a week to 30 days as you explore the scenic landscapes of Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) having Africa’s highest peak, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti National Park known for the great migration, Zanzibar, and other tourist destinations in Tanzania.

Why Are Tanzania Safaris So Expensive? –H2

Below are some of the reasons why Tanzania safari packages are so expensive.

The safari parks have in this country have the highest park fees.

Accommodation in remote parks are costly and expensive.

The safari vehicles are expensive to hire per day as they are mutated land cruisers.

Flights are costly as you have to fly to some destinations as the drives can be long and tiring.

Also, you have to pay all the money in US dollars, not the local currency making look too expensive.

All the above combined make Tanzania safari packages so expensive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti National Park known for the great migration at the northern circuit, Tarangire National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro), etc.

Does Tanzania Have Good Safari? | Is Tanzania Good For A Safari? | Why visit Tanzania –H2

Yes, Tanzania has good safaris and it is good for a tour trip. This country has the best African wilderness and wildlife among all African and East Africa countries. It is the only country that has set 30% of its land for wildlife conservation.

There are 22 parks, 28 game reserves, 44 game-restricted areas, 1 conservation area, and 2 marine parks.

Among these the most popular are the western Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the southern circuit, Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) for Climbing Kilimanjaro to see Africa’s highest peak, Lake Manyara National Park, Selous Game Reserve, Tarangire National Park, etc.

Wildlife viewing is amazing in Tanzania among the savannah parks especially Serengeti National Park as you can see the wildebeest migration usually at the end of the rainy season/wet season which is among the world’s natural wonders.

Enjoy hot air balloon tours within the Serengeti National Park on the northern circuit accompanied by safari game drives in the Ngorongoro crater. Safari trips in Tanzania take you to Mt Kilimanjaro (Mount Kilimanjaro) one of the most amazing things on planet Earth and you can hike to its snowcapped peaks.

The beaches in Tanzania are unspoken for as they are rewarding with activities like snorkeling, scuba diving, fishing, etc. You can as well enjoy boat cruises, enjoy cultural tours, visit Zanzibar Island, and visit coffee plantations.

What Can I Expect From A Safari In Tanzania? –H2

When you travel to Tanzania for safaris, expect experiences of a lifetime within this country of East Africa.

It is an outstanding destination for first time tours as the game viewing in Serengeti National Park known for the great migration, Tarangire National Park, and Ngorongoro Conservation Area and African landscapes in the northern circuit and southern circuit is all you can hope for.

You can enjoy climbing Kilimanjaro on Mt Kilimanjaro to witness Africa’s highest peak.

Luxury safari enthusiasts will enjoy some of the more remote parks with different views of animals like the wild dog in the southern circuit and Chimpanzees as well.

Which Is The Best Safari Park In Tanzania? –H2

Serengeti National Park is the best safari park in Tanzania located in northern Tanzania. It is the largest national park in the country covering an area of 14,763 km² and best for game viewing.

Serengeti National Park on the northern circuit is a UNESCO World Heritage Site and is home to one of the 7 wonders of the world that is the most popular event the Wildebeest migration that happens every year starting from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

Over 2 million animals take part in this great migration as they cross the Mara River.

This national park offers wildlife viewing through game drives, balloon safaris, and walking safaris. Serengeti National Park also has the big 5 animals and offers experiences of the Maasai culture and the great migration.

There is also Mt Kilimanjaro/Mount Kilimanjaro good for Mount climbing

Is Safari Cheaper In Kenya Or Tanzania? –H2

Both countries offer a real safari experience that suit all adventurous travellers of different kinds let it be budget, midrange, or luxury travelers.

However, Kenya offers less expensive tours compared to Tanzania owing strictly to the larger parks in Tanzania like Serengeti National Park known for the great migration.

There is not much difference in terms of accommodation and activities as the prices are almost the same.

Is Kenya Or Tanzania Safari Better? | Which Is Better For Tourism Kenya Or Tanzania? | Is Tanzania Better Than Kenya For Safari? | Is Safari Better In Kenya Or Tanzania? | What differentiates a Tanzania safari from a Kenya safari? –H2

Which safari is better Kenya or Tanzania? Both countries are amazing destinations for an African safari experience and their geography is similar. If you are interested in the great migration of wildlife, then you should be in these two countries on your safari trip.

However, which one is better for African safari trips, well both countries share a lot of things in common like they both host the wildebeest migration within the Serengeti National Park and the Masai Mara.

Apart from the Serengeti National Park and the Mara Reserve, these countries have other amazing destinations for game viewing like Kenya has Amboseli, Tsavo, Lake Nakuru, and Lake Naivasha National Parks.

And, Tanzania has Arusha, Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, and Lake Manyara National Park and not forgetting the Ngorongoro Crater in the Southern circuit.

But there is a difference between the 2 African safari destinations and these are;

  • A safari trip is a bit cheaper in Kenya compared to those in Tanzania
  • Tanzania has more wildlife than Kenya and this is one of the reasons Tanzania gives most of the land for conservation purposes and game viewing is great.
  • Kenya receives more visitors than Tanzania meaning that is more crowded than Tanzania.
  • Tanzania has a long great migration (Great Wildebeest Migration) window than Kenya and also it has a calving season.
  • The more iconic natural wonders/landmarks are in Tanzania and these are Mt Kilimanjaro (Mount Kilimanjaro), the Ngorongoro Crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area in the southern circuit, and Zanzibar home of the stone town.
  • Serengeti National Park in Tanzania is 10 times bigger than the Masai Mara National Reserve of Kenya making it better for African safari trips.

In summary, both countries will give you unforgettable experiences during your safari trips but Tanzania stands out to be more rewarding than Kenya.

List Best Safari Companies in Tanzania | List of Tour Operator Companies in Tanzania –H2

A tour operator will offer you remarkable Tanzania safari packages with amazing memories of Serengeti National Park and Ngorongoro Conservation Area at the southern circuit and below are the best tourism companies in Tanzania.

  1. Tanzania Safaris & Tours

Top Tanzania Safaris | Best Tanzania Tours and Trips –H2

2 Days Tanzania safari tour Tarangire National Park

2 Days Tanzania Safari Lake Manyara National Park

3 Days Tanzania Safari –Ngorongoro Conservation Area

3 Days Tanzania Safari Tour –Serengeti National Park

4 Days Serengeti National Park Safari in Tanzania –Scenery, Masai people and wildlife

4 Days Tanzania Safari wildlife Tour Southern Circuit –Tarangire National Park, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater

5 Days Tanzania Safari Tour, Game viewing in Western Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, Tarangire National Park

5 Days Mount Kilimanjaro Climbing

6 Days Safari in Tanzania Tour –Scenery, Masai People, Game viewing in Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Conservation Area (Ngorongoro Crater)

8 Days Tanzania Safari Tour Community & Wildlife Viewing in Tarangire National Park, Serengeti National Park & Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

FAQs about Tanzania –H2

Is 7 Days In Tanzania Enough For Safari? –H3

Yes, 7 days in Tanzania are enough to enjoy a safari in Tanzania as they give you enough time to immerse in a true African wilderness safari experience. However, do not expect to visit many parks and reserves for game viewing.

During this time you can explore one of Tanzania’s three safari circuits. You can opt to visit the northern circuit or the southern circuit and enjoy exploring western Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater in Ngorongoro Conservation Area or even visit Mt Kilimanjaro (Mount Kilimanjaro).

You can see the big 5 animals, other species, and birds and it is ideal to be a top Tanzania safari package.

How Much Does A 7 Day African Safari Cost? | How Much Is A 1 Week Safari In Tanzania? –H3

A 7 day African safari/1 week safari in Tanzania has a wide range of prices. However, all the prices are either for budget, midrange, or luxury safari packages.

Usually, a budget 7 day African safari trip costs between $1,250 to $2,500 per person, a midrange safari package ranges from $2,500- $3,000 per person while a luxury safari trip costs between $3,000 -$4,500 per person. Keep in mind the other expense of the tipping customary.

Is A Visa Required To Visit Tanzania? | Do I Need A Visa To Travel To Tanzania? –H3

Yes, there is a visa required to visit Tanzania and you need to apply for e-Visas online in advance before traveling.

An ordinary visa costs $50, a multiple-entry visa costs $100, and a business visa costs $250.

Should I purchase travel insurance? –H3

It is ideal to purchase travel insurance before you visit Tanzania. This insurance will protect you in case of travel emergencies like in case you miss your flights.

A few African safari companies have travel insurance meaning that it is better to purchase travel insurance from your home country.

What Is Internet Access Like In Tanzania?-H3

Urban centers in Tanzania have good internet access compared to other areas, especially in rural areas.

On your African safari experience in Tanzania, you will have full internet access not only in urban centers but also in the safari lodges in the parks.

Is Tipping Customary In Tanzania? –H3

It is not customary but it is of gratitude to appreciate a good service from your guide. You can leave a small tip for them and in restaurants and hotels as well and it is highly appreciated but it is not mandatory.

Can I Use My Cell Phone While In Tanzania? –H3

Yes, you will be able to use your cell phone though it is unlikely that you will be near any network towers to be able to use your phone. Also, internet access is unstable in rural areas.

Do I need power adapters? –H3

It is most likely since the power grid in Tanzania is 220-240v. This means that you require a converter for devices that can sustain this kind of high voltage. Also, some places here have both Type G and D plugs which also require converters.

Can I Drink The Water In Tanzania? –H3

Yes, but only bottled or filtered water as tap water is not safe to drink. The bottled water is usually in the African safari vehicles provided by the tour operator.

Are credit cards accepted in Tanzania? | Will I be able to find ATMs? –H3

Yes, credit cards are accepted in Tanzania in most of the lodges let it be your comfortable tented camp. However, ATMs may be absent in rural areas, so make sure that you move with enough cash with you for souvenirs and tips before departing for your trip.

What Are The Big Five In Africa? –H3

These are Lions, Leopards, Rhinos, Elephants, and Buffaloes. They are a must on your African safari trip and they are present in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Botswana, and South Africa.

Is South Africa Or Tanzania Safari Better? –H2

Both Countries offer an amazing African safari experience with nice game viewing as Tanzania offers Big5 game reserves on classic dusty desert plains and South Africa combines the African Big5 animals with luscious Winelands.

These 2 destinations are outstanding but it depends on the type of African safari experience style you wish to enjoy Tanzania safari packages are outstanding. Both countries have internet access at the lodges

Is Botswana or Tanzania safari better? –H2

This is a bit hard to explain as both countries have excellent game viewing but Botswana is well known as a home for Elephants at Chobe National Park and at the Okavango Delta. However, Tanzania, is home to the beautiful Mount Kilimanjaro (Mt Kilimanjaro) and as well as the Great Migration in Serengeti National Park.

This also depends on your budget, schedule, and style of the African safari trip and also these countries have internet access at the lodges.

When Is The Best Time To Go On A Migration Safari In Tanzania? | When Is The Great Migration In Tanzania? –H3

This migration (wildebeest migration) is epic in some months though the river crossing is from September to October and the calving season is from late January to early March in Serengeti National Park making them good months for game viewing.

Why do wildebeest migrate? –H3

The Wildebeest migrate as they follow the rainy seasons in search of green pastures as they take advantage of the strong seasonal conditions. They spend the rainy season in the southeast and the dry season in the North West good for game viewing.

In summary, Tanzania safari vacations offer you the ultimate African safari experience. They are a once-of-a-lifetime experience and you get to enjoy game viewing in the amazing Serengeti National Park and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area.

You get to witness the great migration (wildebeest migration) with other animals. Enjoy balloon tours in Serengeti, climb Mountain Kilimanjaro, do birding, and visit the Chimpanzees in Gombe National Park. You can visit Zanzibar to relax on the superb beaches and explore the Stone Town.

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