Tanzania is one of the most beautiful and captivating countries on the planet. One of Africa’s foremost Safari destinations, Tanzania is home to over 4 million wild animals, with 430 different species represented, including, one of the largest populations of lions in Africa, along with hippos, crocodiles, zebras, giraffes and leopards.
In the north of the country, the striking, snow-capped peak of Kilimanjaro - Africa’s tallest mountain, and the tallest freestanding mountain in the world - soars majestically over the surrounding landscapes, whilst the Indian Ocean coastline, and the nearby Zanzibar island, feature some of Africa’s most picturesque beaches, as well as stunning, coral-rich waters.
An in depth tour of Tanzania’s incredible Northern regions, including a safari in the Serengeti National Park and neighbouring Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the chance to explore the city of Arusha and a nearby Massai village, followed by 4 days on the picturesque island of Zanzibar.
There are only two direct routes from Europe to Tanzania: From Amsterdam with KLM, and Istanbul with Turkish Airlines.If you are flying from the UK you can also fly direct to Nairobi in Kenya with British Airways, and then connect to any of Tanzania’s international airports with Kenya Airways.
July - September is the driest period and coincides with the annual Serengeti migrations.
We recommend a minimum of 10 days.
Tanzania currently requires UK Citizens to obtain a visa before entering.
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