Tanzania Luxury Safaris: Tanzania’s Private Travel Experts

Tanzania Luxury Safaris: Tanzania’s Private Travel Experts. Tanzania is the ultimate luxury safari destination. & Top Things You Should Know Before Booking a Luxury Tanzania Safari. Experience private Tanzania Safaris with Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa.

 A Luxury Safari in Tanzania starts from $650 per day this Tanzania Safari Cost includes everything from the airport pickup, Luxury Tanzania Safari Lodges, Tanzania Park fees, three tasty meals per day, and a private 4×4 Land Cruiser with a pop-up roof, a naturalist, or a driver-guide.

Tanzania: Private & Luxury Safaris

Stunning white sand beaches, vast open plains, and towering volcanic peaks are just a few of Tanzania’s varied landscapes. Views of the Big Five, opulent tented safari lodges, and culturally rich encounters are all part of a true East African safari in Tanzania, which spans the entire country from east to west.

Not only does it host enormous herds of both resident and migrating animals, but it is also the site of the Great Migration, a once-in-a-lifetime natural phenomenon that draws safari goers in search of a reminder of the transience of all things.

The north of Tanzania is home to some of the country’s most captivating landmarks, such as Serengeti National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Mount Kilimanjaro. Close by, you’ll find the Rift Valley, as well as Tarangire and Lake Manyara National Parks, which provide similarly breathtaking scenery and exciting excursions.

The only site in Tanzania where you can trek to see chimpanzees is at the country’s western border, in two forested pockets along the shore of Lake Tanganyika.

At the same time, there are some genuinely untamed, isolated wilderness areas in the country’s less-visited southern region. Nyerere National Park (formerly Selous Game Reserve) offers boat safaris along the Rufiji River, while secluded Ruaha National Park offers safaris that incorporate research.

Finish up your coastal safari by stepping onto the powdery beaches of the Zanzibar Archipelago, a group of islands known as the “spice islands” with a rich history of trade.


Tanzania & Serengeti 4K – Scenic Wildlife Film With African Music

What to expect on a Luxury Tanzania safari

Game drives are the main way to see wildlife on most Tanzanian luxury safaris. The days are usually planned with an early morning drive and an afternoon break. It is customary to watch the sunset in a picturesque location while sipping sundowners, which are typically a gin and tonic. A delicious, multi-course supper can be enjoyed in the privacy of your room, amongst other guests at the camp or lodge, or even out in the open air in the wilderness. Depending on your location, after dark activities on safari may include stargazing, gathering around an outside fire, going on a night wildlife drive, lounging on a star bed, or just retiring to your hotel for the next delicious day.

Day trips get more interesting with activities like hot air balloon rides over the Serengeti, guided bush walks, visits to local communities, and taking part in research, among many other things. The great thing is that Tanzania also provides a plethora of exciting possibilities for safari-goers who like to explore on foot. Guests on walking safaris sleep in simple yet comfortable fly camps as they explore remote areas of the Ngorongoro Highlands or the Serengeti.

What wildlife will I see on safari in Tanzania

The African buffalo, lion, leopard, rhino, and elephant all call Tanzania home.

Many national parks in the East African nation are lion strongholds; however, the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, and Ruaha National Park are particularly good places to see these majestic animals. While leopards are more common in Nyerere National Park, cheetahs are more common in the Serengeti. Tarangire, Ruaha, and the Serengeti are all good places to see elephants in Tanzania, which is home to big populations.

Parks around the nation also often have zebras, buffalo, giraffes (both Rothschild’s and Maasai), and other animals. Crocodiles and hippos frequent the waterways of Tanzania. Millions of wildebeest, zebra, gazelle, and the carnivores that hunt them are all part of the Great Migration, which can take place at any time of year.

Experience the Best Tanzania Luxury Safaris

We picked examples of places to stay that are a mix of lodges and beautiful tented camps. No matter what price range you’re in, all of the options we offer are safe, relaxing, and have great service and locations. All of them come with breakfast, lunch, and dinner, unless something else is said. Every itinerary can be changed to fit your exact wants and needs, and we can give you quotes for choices that fit any budget, from the most basic to the most luxurious.

A safari in Tanzania is an adventure you will never forget. Tanzania is the perfect place for people who want to experience a trip like no other. The landscapes are wild and the animals are beautiful. The best private tours in Tanzania are planned by Tanzania Specialist – Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa. We make sure that you enjoy every moment of your trip by giving you your own private guide and jeep. A real Tanzania trek is a trip that everyone should take at least once in their life. Check out our list of tours in Tanzania and Zanzibar that you will never forget.

Looking for ideas for an African safari? Our safari plans for Tanzania are here to help. We can also make trip plans that are just right for you. Spend more time on safari by taking a beach vacation on Zanzibar Island, Pemba Island, or Mafia Island. Get in touch with us to start thinking about your choices!

Kirurumu Manyara Lodge

6 Days Tanzania Lodge Safari
Tanzania Lodge Safari is a Tanzania Luxury tented camp safari offers travelers an opportunity to explore spectacular adventurous Tanzania wildlife destinations beginning Lake Manyara national park, Serengeti National Park to Ngorongoro Conservation Area where it ends.

How To Get To Serengeti by Flights

2 Days Serengeti Fly-In Package
2 days Take a safari flight to get to Serengeti National Park. The person will pick you up at Arusha Airport. You can see Mount Kilimanjaro, Africa’s biggest mountain, from this spot better than anywhere else. You can also spend the whole day with the famous Serengeti Elephants.

3 Days Fly-in Serengeti Safari

3 Days Serengeti Fly-In Package
This three-day Flying Serengeti Safari is excellent for those who wish to visit Serengeti but wish to avoid the five- to six-hour drive from Arusha. Instead, we can offer a safari flight package that includes a one-hour flight to Serengeti from Kilimanjaro International Airport.

Serengeti flying safari

4 Days Flying to Serengeti National Park
Serengeti Flying Safari Itinerary You Should Steal. Enjoy three unforgettable evenings at Grumeti Serengeti River Lodge, a luxurious safari lodge located in the great Serengeti’s delightfully remote Western Corridor, offering seclusion, luxury, and the million-year tranquility that is one of the Serengeti’s many charms.

Masai Mara Safari

Masai Mara And Serengeti Safari
8-day Masai Mara and Serengeti Safari in two of Africa’s most well-known safari locations, the Masai Mara game reserve and Serengeti National Park. Every year, an estimated two million wildebeests, along with zebras, gazelles, and other animals, migrate across Kenya’s Masai Mara and Tanzania’s Serengeti in search of green grass and water sources.

Wildebeest Migration crossing the Mara River

Great Migration Crossing the Mara River
The mass crossing of wildebeest and zebras usually takes place from July to October. This is when herds of animals looking for new grass reach the northern edge of the Serengeti and face the risks of the Mara River. Most years, the groups have more than 1.5 million animals, and about 300,000 zebras join them. This makes it the biggest and hardest migration of mammals in the world.

Grumeti River Migration Crossing

Grumeti River Migration Crossing
The Great Wildebeest Migration is one of the most amazing things that can happen in nature. More than a million wildebeest make a run through the Serengeti and the Masai Mara every year to find new grass to eat. One of the best parts of this journey is crossing the Grumeti River, which is also one of the best safari adventures in Tanzania.

Honeymoon tours

Tanzania Honeymoon Packages
Tanzania is a great place to go on a journey or fall in love. The safari lodges are real and cosy, and you can book private cars and dining experiences for even more privacy. The game viewing is also very good. Let us plan an unforgettable honeymoon in Tanzania that includes exciting wildlife viewing in the Serengeti, staying in luxury tents, going on a balloon adventure, going on guided bush walks, and an easy beach extension to the palm-lined island of Zanzibar.

African elephant in Serengeti National Park

Serengeti Safari Tours
There is a lot of wildlife in the Serengeti National Park, which is Tanzania’s most famous conservation area. It is also where most of the Wildebeest Migration happens. No matter what time of year you go, a Serengeti tour is amazing because there is so much wildlife in the park. But which Serengeti trek tours and trips are the best? How do you pick the best Serengeti tour for you?

Climbing Kilimanjaro 2023

Trekking Holidays in Africa
Experience the vast cultural diversity, breathtaking natural scenery, and different landscapes of Africa on one of our walking and trekking vacations. Africa is home to more than 50 nations with some of the most diverse landscapes, animals, and flora in the world, making trekking there an unforgettable and absorbing adventure for every traveler. Walking around the Western Cape of South Africa, crossing the world-famous sand dunes of Morocco, and sleeping under the stars are all possible experiences on an African trekking journey.

4 DAYS FLYING SERENGETI TOUR

Serengeti Migration Safari
The Great Migration shows how strong and beautiful nature is. Over two million wildebeest, zebras, and antelope make this trip every year across East Africa. It’s a show that draws people from all over the world. When you go on an African trip with Rhino Africa, we bring you closer than ever to this amazing show, giving you a unique, front-row seat to one of nature’s best shows.

unique things to do in Tanzania

Tanzania Wildlife Itinerary
This 7-day Tanzania Safari lets you see some of Africa’s best national parks. Beginning in Arusha, you’ll have a week of amazing safari experiences, including seeing two of Africa’s Seven Natural Wonders! You will see the famous fields of the huge Serengeti on this amazing safari in Tanzania. The Serengeti is home to a lot of different animals, but the most famous event there is without a doubt the Great Wildebeest Migration. The trip should end at the one-of-a-kind Ngorongoro Crater, a natural wonder where there is the most wildlife in one place.

How much is a Private Tanzania Luxury safari?

So how much does a private luxury safari in Tanzania cost? On average, a normal Tanzania safari costs $350 USD per person per day. Midrange Price: is from $ 450 USD per person per day. Tanzania Luxury Safaris Price is $ 650 USD per person per day. Tanzania Lodge safaris start at $550 per day per person.

This will include everything from the airport pickup,  Tanzania Safari Lodge/accommodations, park fees, three tasty meals per day, a private 4×4 Land Cruiser with a pop-up roof, a naturalist, and a driver. Like anything, it’s easy to spend much more, especially on lodging. For example, you can stay at fancy camps for over $1,000 per person, per night. Most luxury tour operators like Kabira Safaris Africa will happily customize your trip according to your budget.

What’s the average cost of a safari in Tanzania

In terms of the typical cost of a safari in Tanzania, mass-market tourism starts at around $650 per person, per night, while more affordable options start at $500 per person, per night. (These trips are not recommended or sold by us.)

Peak season prices for upmarket, luxury itineraries start at $1,000 to $1,500 per person, per night, with the most exclusive accommodations going as high as $4,200 per person, per night. Accommodation, internal flights, transportation, professional guides, game watching drives (shared or private), gourmet meals, bar, laundry, park fees and airport and airstrip meet and greets are all included in this pricing.

Plan ahead for foreign airfare, visas, tips, and other miscellaneous expenses.

We do not recommend a Tanzanian safari for less than $1,000 per person, per night if you want to have the greatest experience. Experts at Tanzania Safaris can advise you on where to spend and where to save, or they can tell you about the secret season and how to make your money go farther. Additionally, we can suggest more cost-effective vacation spots or approaches.

Take a deep dive, read: How Much Does a Tanzania Safari Cost?

How to Plan Luxury Tanzania Safari?


SAFARI TRAVEL TANZANIA (WHAT TO EXPECT)

A private luxury Tanzania Safari is something that everyone should experience at least once in a lifetime. A Tanzania Safari offers the chance to let go of the pressures of everyday life and embrace instead the primal call of the wild. It’s a chance to see unique flora and fauna in its natural habitat, and to find yourself uplifted by the breathtaking scenery of the Tanzanian savannah. It is a popular myth that Luxury Tanzania safaris are only available to the wealthy – but the truth is, with a little careful planning, there’s no reason why this once-in-a-lifetime experience has to cost more than any other form of international travel.

Are there travel restrictions or requirements for Tanzania

Tourists from the United States need a visa to visit Tanzania. You can pay $100 in advance or when you arrive. We suggest getting it in advance. Bring some cash. An e-visa can also be obtained ahead of time. At the immigration desk, just show them the printed “grant notice” that has been authorised. The validity period of your passport should extend at least six months after the date of arrival or visa issue. One blank visa page is required. You will have 90 days to use the visa.

You are need to present a vaccination certificate or a doctor’s waiver if you are travelling from a country where yellow fever is prevalent, such as Rwanda, Kenya, Uganda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, the Congo, or Ethiopia.

The Insider steps Taken to Book a Luxury Tanzania Safari.

  1. Use a Local Operator such as Kabira Safaris Africa
  2. Book a Private Tanzania Safari
  3. Opt for a Luxury Tanzania Safari Lodges/Luxury Tented Camps
  4. Opt for flights instead of using Road
  5. Travel During the High Season
  6. Focus on many Game Reserves or National Parks
  7. Take several days on your Tanzania safari

When is the best time to go on Luxury safari in Tanzania

When wildlife is more easily seen during the dry seasons, which occur in Tanzania from December to February and July to October, respectively, the peak season begins. If you want to go during off-peak times, try January–early March, May, November, or early December. Light rain may fall during the night, yet the verdant grass is very breathtaking. Extreme heat and humidity are more common throughout the months of June through October, thus those are the best months to visit western and southern Tanzania.

In Tanzania, continuous rains hit in the middle of March and continue well into April, making roads impassable and causing buggy, muddy conditions. Camps in Tanzania’s western and southern regions close at this time.

If you want to see the Great Migration in all its glory, the Serengeti is at its most spectacular in January–March (when the landscape is lush and green, with babies and predators playing hide-and-seek), June–July, or late October–mid-December. (Depending on the month you’re travelling, we’ll tell you where to set up camp.) The world’s weather patterns are shifting, so keep that in mind. The desire of abundant grazing lands and sufficient water sources drives the migration, which in turn affects the movement of species.

You may climb Mount Kilimanjaro at any time of year, although the rainiest months are November, April, and May, so you might want to skip those.

Is it safe to go on safari in Tanzania

With the help of a trustworthy tour operator, such as Kabira Safaris & Tours Africa, a safari in Tanzania is a sure bet for a fun and memorable vacation.

Your tailor-made Tanzanian vacation is in good hands when you book with Kabira Safaris. Things like figuring out public transport or travelling to and from the airport will not be a concern for you. Our in-destination concierge will be keeping tabs on your progress as our hosts and transportation partners eagerly await your arrival. Our customers say they feel cared for and supported.

Rest assured, you will be taken care of by only the most respectable organizations and operators. In addition, we prioritise client feedback, which allows us to continuously assess whether our guests’ expectations were fulfilled, particularly in regards to their safety and comfort. For example, the guides were quite competent, the drivers were dependable, the vehicles and equipment were spotless, etc.

Personal safety in urban centers

When travelling via a major city (like Arusha or Zanzibar), you may have more freedom to explore at your own pace, in contrast to the more regimented and isolated safari experience (where the majority of people you’ll meet are guides, staff, or other guests). Keep an eye on your surroundings and use common sense; no place is safe from opportunity crimes or petty crime. Make sure to safeguard all of your possessions, particularly the costly ones. Do not wander alone at night, stay away from protests, and only use official taxis.

Talk to the Kabira Safaris concierge at your location if you have any questions. At all times, we are here to help.

Wilderness safety

While on safari, you won’t see any rehearsed acts. Always pay close attention to and obey the directions of your guides, both on game drives and while on-property. You are, in fact, on the territory that is home to some very remarkable large animals, including predators.

Inherently, safari vehicles provide a measure of comfort and protection, and the rides themselves are typically quite safe. While there are certain additional safety measures to take, activities like walking safaris, fly camping, and chimpanzee trekking are completely risk-free when done so with knowledgeable guides. Remember that guides are expected to follow certain park regulations. Some reserves have strict visiting hours, while others insist that you stay in your car at all times. The purpose of these regulations is to ensure the safety of both you and the animals. Typically, armed rangers accompany guided nature tours. It should go without saying that you should never get close to or touch any kind of wildlife.

Many of the safari camps on the property do not have fences. Like elephants quenching their thirst in a swimming pool, this causes enchanted moments. Another possible consequence is that a Maasai warrior will have to accompany you to your room after the sun goes down. Keep in mind that young children may not always benefit from an idea that does not have any limits. Orientations and safety briefings will be provided by your guide and hotel.

Health and safety

On a safari, you’ll go through undeveloped areas with few resources, including hospitals. While camps and lodges typically have qualified first aid staff on hand to treat common illnesses, evacuation may be necessary for more catastrophic emergencies. If you need access to more involved medical treatment, you can rest certain that every Kabira Safaris trip includes coverage from AMREF Flying Doctors. It is our firm belief that all clients should acquire travel insurance, regardless of their intended location. Included in this should be a policy that covers the cost of an evacuation to the US in the event that one is necessary. Make sure you have enough of your prescription medication on hand if you take it often or might need it. Make an appointment with your doctor if you’re worried about any symptoms of a medical ailment or long-term illness.

There is a high probability of malaria in a large portion of Tanzania. The general recommendation is to take an antimalarial medication whenever you’re travelling at an elevation lower than 5,900 feet (1,800 metres). (This interactive map is really useful.) Talk to your doctor about which preventative prophylactic might be ideal for your needs. Take note: Chloroquine has been found to be resistant in Tanzania.

However, other from that, the CDC recommends that all travellers be current on their usual vaccines.

Multi-country tours in Africa

See the best of Africa on a great tour that takes you to several countries. Go on an awesome road trip through South Africa, Namibia, Tanzania, Botswana, Zambia, Uganda, and many other amazing African countries! See everything, from the Serengeti’s beautiful fields to the magic of Victoria Falls and the wildlife of Kruger National Park. Drive a desert truck and camp out under the stars as you see all the best parts of Africa. On the ideal African multi-country trip, you can visit deserts, go on game drives to see wildlife, meet mountain gorillas, or just relax on the spice island of Zanzibar.

There is a huge range of scenery and animals in Africa, which stretches from the Sahara Desert in the north to the rough coastline of South Africa at its southernmost point. The natural beauty of Africa is breathtaking. It has everything from dry deserts with towering sand dunes and big, beautiful waterfalls to wet deltas and deltas with lots of water.

Africa has 54 countries, making it the original overland journey. Kenya, Tanzania, Zimbabwe, Uganda, Botswana, Namibia, and South Africa are just a few of the many countries that can be combined to make a great trip. We have a lot of fun tours that take you to these countries and more on one big adventure. Here is a list of our most popular multi-country tours in Africa.

two weeks in Zanzibar

Rwanda, Serengeti, Zanzibar Itinerary
Start an amazing trip through East Africa, where the best lodges and most beautiful scenery come together to make a schedule you’ll never forget. The famous Virunga Lodge is where your journey starts. It is tucked away in the misty hills of Rwanda. Over the course of three nights, you will have the chance to see gorillas in their natural environment and spend time getting to know these amazing animals. The lodge has a rustic charm that makes it feel like a warm haven where luxury and the wildness of nature blend together perfectly.

Kenya and Tanzania safari

Kenya And Tanzania Itinerary
From Kenya’s Masai Mara to Tanzania’s Ngorongoro Crater, this epic trip takes you to some of the best national parks in East Africa. Bring binoculars with you to Lake Nakuru, which is a great place to see birds. In the Serengeti, look for lions, leopards, and elephants. Visit a Maasai community and share a meal with a family in the lively Mto wa Mbu town in between safaris to learn about their traditions.

Tanzania Safari And Zanzibar Beach

Tanzania Safari And Zanzibar Beach
The Tanzania tour Tour & Zanzibar Holiday Package includes a tour to see wildlife in Serengeti and other top national parks in Tanzania, as well as a cheap trip to Zanzibar Island. First, go to Lake Manyara National Park to see a lot of animals. Then, go on trek in Serengeti National Park for a few days. After your Big 5 Serengeti Safari, go on a long game drive through the wildlife-rich Ngorongoro Crater. The popular Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit takes you through the Malanja Depression, Maasai villages, and the Great Rift Valley. On this cheap Tanzania safari, you can enjoy the beautiful scenery.

Photography in Uganda

Tanzania and Uganda Itinerary
Enjoy 10 days of wildlife search in Tanzania and Uganda with a visit to the Serengeti National Park to see millions of wildebeest have their annual migration, Tarangire National Park, and Uganda’s Murchison Falls National Park for a boat ride to the bottom of the world’s most powerful waterfalls. This all-inclusive Tanzania and Uganda Safari any time of the year with any kind of budget and enjoy the experience of viewing wildlife in its natural habitats.

Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania Itinerary

Uganda, Kenya And Tanzania Itinerary
This vacation begins with gorilla trekking in Uganda’s lush rain forests and continues on to the savannahs of Kenya’s Masai Mara and Tanzania’s Serengeti, where you can witness the Great Wildebeest Migration. Next, you’ll visit the Ngorongoro Crater, which is home to the “Big 5” species of Africa (lion, leopard, elephant, rhino, and buffalo), before kicking back at a coffee lodge with a view of Mount Meru.

Gorilla Trekking to Volcanoes

Rwanda And Tanzania Itinerary
On this 6-day trip through Tanzania and Rwanda, you’ll see gorillas in the wild, enjoy beautiful sunsets by the lake, and go on wildlife walks. Start your trip in Arusha, which is in the shade of Kilimanjaro. Then, go to Manyara and Ngorongoro to see the rare tree-climbing cat. In Central Serengeti, you can go on exciting game drives. In Volcanoes National Park, you can go on an exciting gorilla trekking journey. On this tour, you’ll get to see the best of both countries.

10 Days Kenya And Tanzania Safari

10 Days Kenya And Tanzania Safari
On this 10-day tour, you can see both the most well-known national parks in East Africa and the less well-known but more beautiful Solio Game Reserve. The Masai Mara and Lake Nakuru in Kenya, as well as the Ngorongoro Crater and the Serengeti in Tanzania, are all great places to see wildlife. Spend seven nights in a private tented camp while on safari.

Uganda Gorillas And Wildlife Safari

Wildebeest Migration and Gorilla Trek
Tanzania safari is a unique safari package that offers a great opportunity for travelers to witness one of Africa’s natural wonders, the Great Wildebeest Migration and at the same time do gorilla trekking in Rwanda. 8 days Wildebeest Migration and Gorilla Trekking Rwanda – Tanzania safari is one of the best safari packages for those who crave gorilla trekking and at the same time wish to witness the wildebeest migration in Tanzania

Camping in Tanzania

You can have a fun vacation in Tanzania’s great outdoors by going on an adventure camping safari. This activity is great for people who want to get away from city life and connect with nature.

The unique sounds of the dove and weaver birds wake you up in the morning. The smell of coffee fills the air as you come out of your tent into the early morning scenery. Right now, the colours of nature are especially striking, and the long shadows of the trees over the camp are made by the low golden light.

After a short time, you go on a morning game drive in a modified 4×4 with one of our tour guides. Always be on the lookout for any movement or flash of colour. It could be a leopard following you, a family of foraging mongooses, or a huge Ground Hornbill looking for a snake-sized meal. The thrill comes from not knowing what you might find.

When you go on one of our adventure camping trips, you will go deep into the national parks of Tanzania. You will drive on rough, exciting roads, go by small towns in the country, and see beautiful scenery and lots of wildlife. At night, you stay in cabins that are mostly open, either inside or just outside of national parks.

You’ll use all of your abilities. Seeing a chase and kill, falling asleep to the sound of an owl hooting, or waking up to the sound of hyenas laughing are just a few of the things that people have done. Being “right in the middle” of everything makes the trip experience even better. Being close to nature, especially at night when there are millions of stars and sounds of the night are playing together, is an experience that you will never forget.

You can let us take care of the chores while you rest and enjoy every sight and sound on an adventure camping safari. Canvas dome tents that are big enough for two people will be set up and taken down by our team. A bush cook will make tasty meals that will be served at tables and chairs under a tree for shade.

When planning your trip, choose a private safari so you can pick your own activities, times, and people to travel with. You could also go on a planned group trip with no more than seven other people to get a real safari experience for less money.

As a local company, we’re always trying to come up with new and interesting plans. With our teams, cars, and tools, you can be sure that you will have a unique and safe experience. Camping is a cheap way to enjoy East Africa’s wildlife, plants, and people.

Tanzania Family Safari

Now that they’ve seen the movie and heard the music, it’s time to take your kids on a Tanzania family tour to see the real thing.

Some of Africa’s most famous wildlife reserves are in Tanzania. The Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are standard “Big 5” safari spots where you can be sure to see amazing animals (always a hit with kids!). Tanzania is also a great place for a family adventure and beach vacation because it has a long tropical coastline and Zanzibar has beaches and coral reefs.

It can be hard to go on adventure with kids. There are often age limits on game drives at lodges, and it can be hard to find things that will please everyone in the family. We’ve taken the stress out of planning your trip by putting together Tanzania family safaris that include not only amazing wildlife viewing but also fun things to do like mountain biking, camping in the Serengeti, playing football with the local kids and going to a school to share your ideas and make new friends.

We’ve carefully chosen safari lodges and tented camps that are great for families. These places have trained staff, lots of things to do, kid-friendly menus, and opportunities for sports and cultural exchange. Our Tanzania safaris fly you between these hotels and camps, which are all in beautiful places in Tanzania’s best reserves, so you don’t have to deal with long drives or cranky kids on rough roads.

Check out our selection of Tanzania family safaris and tours. If you don’t see exactly what you want, give one of our Africa Safari Experts a call, and they’ll make sure that everyone has a great time, from dad, who loves birds, to junior, who is crazy about lions.

What to wear on your Tanzania Safari

It’s not hard to figure out what to wear and what you need to bring on your trek in Tanzania. Most likely, you already have everything you need in your closet. On a Tanzania safari, our clothing ideas are the same for all seasons, but they are different if you are going to the top of Mt. Kilimanjaro or to the famous beach in Zanzibar.

It is best to wear clothes that are casual, comfy, and easy to wash. Most cabins and camps will wash clothes for a small fee, so don’t bring too much. While on a safari, you don’t need to dress up. Plan to wear clothes so you can adapt to changes in temperature. Depending on the time of year, early morning game drives can be very cold, while daytime temperatures can get very warm. If you want to avoid getting tsetse flies, don’t wear dark blue or black clothes. Instead, wear neutral or green colours. Hats with wide brims, sunglasses, sunscreen, and bug spray are all must-haves. We suggest that you wear long pants, long-sleeved shirts, socks and bug spray after dark to keep mosquitoes from biting you.

Tanzania Safari Lodges & Camps

The best Tanzania safari hotels are all in beautiful places, like on a beautiful beach, in the middle of a remote savannah, on the edge of a crater, or in a forest by a lake. But that wasn’t enough to make the list of the best safari hotels in Africa. They offer thoughtful service, attention to detail, and the ultimate luxury of events that you will never forget.

Any trip in Tanzania is likely to take you to places you’ve only dreamed of seeing, and the best Tanzania safari lodges will not let you down. Like Kenya, Tanzania is like a world inside a country. With a short trip, you can go from the savannah to the beach or the beach to the savannah.

These suggestions were chosen because they are in some of the most beautiful places in Tanzania and because they offer great service. No matter if you’re on an island in a lake, an island in the ocean, or lost in a sea of grass, no detail is missed.

The best high-end safari hotels in Tanzania are close to airstrips that make it easy to get to places like the Selous or Ruaha in southern Tanzania that would be hard to get to otherwise. This will let you discover untouched forests, beaches, and grasslands, and it will also make your experiences very special.

Tanzania has a wide range of scenery, and its lodges are set in a variety of places, from rocky outcrops to sandy beaches. There is a lot of classic safari style in the form of fancy tented camps. On the other hand, farmhouses on coffee farms offer a more organised kind of beauty.

Tanzania doesn’t take its past very seriously, but the coastline still has a strong Swahili flavour, and the buildings along it are also very different.

Photographic Safari in Tanzania

Tanzania has to be one of the best places in the world for photographers. Tanzania is loving its new reputation as a very popular place to go for photography trips, thanks to its snow-capped mountain tops, “Big Five” safaris, and beautiful tropical islands.

There are so many famous places to take pictures in Tanzania. There are the plains of the Serengeti and the steep sides of Ngorongoro Crater. There are also the flamingos of Lake Manyara and the giant tuskers of Tarangire. There are also the beautiful islands of Zanzibar and Pemba, as well as the wild landscapes of Ruaha, Katavi, and Stiegler’s Gorge in the Selous. The Mahale Mountains, home to chimpanzees that have made the area their home, and Lake Tanganyika are two other unique places to take pictures. The country’s many mountains and volcanoes, including the famous Kilimanjaro and the active Ol Doinyo Lengai, make photographers salivate just thinking about going there.

Where is Tanzania

Tanzania is an African country in East Africa that is just south of the equator. It became a sovereign state in 1964 when Tanganyika and Zanzibar, which had been different states before, joined together. More than 99 percent of the total area of the regions is made up of mainland Tanganyika. Zanzibar and Pemba islands are run by a different government than Mafia Island, which is run from the continent. Dodoma is in the middle of the mainland and has been the legal capital of Tanzania since 1974. Dar es Salaam is the country’s biggest city and port.

Tanzania Birding Tours

Our birding tours in Tanzania include the best birding and wildlife viewing in East Africa. A lot of people who like being outside think of Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park when they hear the word “Tanzania.” That’s right. This really is one of the best places in Africa to see wildlife. You can find many beautiful bird species in the Serengeti and the nearby Maasai Mara in Kenya. You can also see leopards, cheetahs, lions, smaller cats like the Serval and Caracal, and all the other famous big animals that live in Africa. One of the strangest things you can do is watch birds while being around animals.

There’s also the great wildebeest (gnu) migration, of course. The Serengeti is where all of this amazing wildlife can be found. The great thing about the Serengeti is that it is home to many beautiful bird species. Fischer’s Lovebirds hunt for food on the ground, rest and talk to each other in acacia trees, or be seen flying low over grasslands. Excellent Starlings, Rosy-patched Bushshrikes, and many other brightly coloured East African birds can be found in large numbers. East African endemics like the Grey-crested Helmetshrike and the Red-throated Tit are harder to find and only live in a few spots in the park. The Serengeti and Kenya’s Maasai Mara, which is just across the border, have a lot more to offer than just big game.

Kilimanjaro Trekking Safaris

If you’ve already climbed Kilimanjaro, there’s no better place to go than on trek in Northern Tanzania. East Africa is famous for its landmarks and beautiful landscapes. What makes a Tanzanian tour so unique is its wildlife. The Serengeti has huge groups of wildebeest running across the plains. Ngorongoro Crater has beautiful views. Lake Manyara has tree-sleeping lions, and you can see all the animals from above in a balloon. If you have the time, you should definitely go on a tour in Tanzania.

All of Tanzania’s best safari spots are in the north. The Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Lake Manyara, and Tarangire national parks are all close enough to each other that they can be easily combined into one great safari at the end of a Kilimanjaro climb.

All of Climbing Kilimanjaro’s trips are made just for you. You can make up your own safari trip since you have your own 4×4 and guide. There will be no shared minibuses or having to work around someone else’s plans. Do it your way and treat yourself.

Car Rental in Tanzania

Overall, a car rental company is a business that lets people borrow cars for a short time so they can use them for their own personal travel. The main goal of car rental companies in Tanzania is to give tourists the chance to take cars for a variety of purposes, including different types of terrain, lengths of time, and prices. However, before visiting a car rental company, travellers should always do some research first. About what you need to do or how much it costs to get a customer to rent you their car.

You will need to show proof of who you are, a Visa, a passport, a driver’s licence, a credit card, and proof that you made a reservation or booking. All of these papers are looked at when you rent a car in Tanzania. Some agencies and companies may also ask for a protection deposit, especially if the space is to be used in town.

If a traveller wants to rent a car in Tanzania, they might have trouble getting in touch with service providers who have the car they want. Check prices first to make sure you’re getting a good deal. Also, if you’re a first-time traveller or an experienced one, you can rent a car for your trip. This is especially useful for country road trips and self-drive tours, which give you the freedom to explore the country at your own pace. Then renting a car in Tanzania is the best thing for you to do.

Zanzibar Tours And Holidays

You can’t go wrong with a trip to Zanzibar if you want to find a unique African island adventure. Tours to Zanzibar include relaxing stays on the beach, lots of fun things to do, and beautiful places to stay. This makes for a culturally rich but very relaxing holiday.

A lot of people choose a tour that includes the best beaches on the island as well as classic safari spots. It is truly the perfect way to end a safari in Kenya or Tanzania. When you get to Zanzibar, don’t forget to include one of our day tours of Spice Island in your plans to see its unique culture.

We offer a range of tours and vacations in Zanzibar, from romantic getaways and honeymoon rooms in small, quiet hotels to family-friendly vacations at big beach resorts and luxurious villas fit for a Zanzibari sultan!

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