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Tanzania Safaris

From the sweeping plains of the Serengeti and the Ngorongoro Crater in the north, to Africa’s highest mountain Kilimanjaro looming with brightly snow-capped peaks, Tanzania has some of the most diverse ecosystems in Africa. 25% of Tanzania is protected by national parks, estimated to support about 20% of Africa’s mammal population.Renowned for its big game sightings, witness the millions of thundering hooves as they cross the savannah, during the world renowned wildebeest migration.

The Tanzania Safari Experience

  • Big Cats and the Big Five
  • The Great Wildebeest Migration
  • Beautiful Beaches
  • Trek Kilimanjaro
  • Namiri Plains of the Serengeti
  • Chimpanzees of Mahale

Why Natural World Safaris for your Tanzania Safari?

At Natural World Safaris, our team of specialists can create tailor-made itineraries that are designed to meet your specific needs and interests. Whether you want to go on a wildlife safari, explore the country's culture, or simply relax on the beach, we can create an itinerary that is perfect for you. We are committed to responsible travel and sustainable tourism. Working closely with local communities and conservation organisations, we ensure that our trips have a positive impact on the environment. We work with partners that focus on positive impact, so when booking through Natural World Safaris you are choosing to stay in places that give back to the local communities and wildlife conservation, through organisations such as AsiliaGiving.

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The Tanzania Safari Experience

How Much Does Tanzania Cost?

For your classic 9-day small group Highlights safari, expect to budget $5,440 per person excluding international flights. For a bespoke tailor made, 8-day safari staying in luxury accommodations, expect to budget aroud $34,000 per person.

When to go to Tanzania?

Tanzania’s tropical climate is relatively constant all year due to the country’s proximity to the equator. The best time to go to Tanzania is dependent on the wildlife you wish to see; December and February sees the birth of zebra and wildebeest but the dry season June to October is the best time to see a myriad of wildlife gathering around the remaining waterholes. Read more here.

Where to Stay?

We only select accommodation that places you away from the crowds. Some of the camps we offer are ultimate permanent luxury tented camps and some are small with superb attention to detail, others are mobile tented camps that ensure you will maximise your chances of witnessing the great migration. Read more about where to stay in Tanzania.


Phoenix Marshall

Africa Team Leader

Phoenix Marshall

Africa Team Leader

Top Tip

Tanzania & Kenya experience a short dry season from December to February so it’s perfect for a winter escape. Calving season usually starts in January so it’s a great time to see the baby grazers and experience a Big 5 safari without the peak season crowds.

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Tanzania Safaris FAQs

Is Tanzania a good place for a safari holiday?

Tanzania is a highly recommended and popular destination for a safari, offering a diverse range of experiences that appeal to a wide variety of travellers. The country is renowned for its stunning landscapes, including the iconic Mount Kilimanjaro, the vast Serengeti National Park with its incredible wildlife migrations, and the picturesque beaches of Zanzibar. Tanzania offers exceptional opportunities for wildlife safaris, cultural interactions with local tribes, exploring vibrant markets, and experiencing the rich history and traditions of East Africa. Whether you're an adventure seeker, a nature lover, or interested in cultural immersion, Tanzania's offerings make it a fantastic choice for a memorable and fulfilling holiday.

Can I drink the water in Tanzania?

In Tanzania, it is generally not recommended to drink tap water. The water quality and sanitation standards may vary, and tap water may not be safe for consumption by visitors who are not accustomed to the local conditions. To avoid potential health risks, it's advisable to drink bottled or purified water, which is widely available in hotels, lodges, restaurants, and shops. Staying hydrated is important, especially in the African climate, so make sure to drink plenty of safe water from reliable sources to ensure a healthy and enjoyable trip.

What should I pack for Tanzania?

When packing for Tanzania, include lightweight and breathable clothing for warm weather, long-sleeved options for sun and insect protection, warm attire for cooler evenings or higher altitudes, comfortable shoes, and a hat. For safaris, bring neutral-coloured clothing, binoculars, a camera with accessories, and a small daypack. Health essentials such as malaria prophylaxis, mosquito repellent, sunscreen, and a basic first aid kit are crucial. Don't forget travel documents, power adapters, cash, toiletries, and a reusable water bottle. Consider cultural considerations and dress modestly when needed. Efficient packing tailored to your activities and destinations will ensure a smooth and enjoyable trip to Tanzania.

What vaccinations do I need for Tanzania?

Before travelling to Tanzania, it's recommended to ensure your routine vaccinations are up-to-date and receive required vaccinations such as Yellow Fever, as documented proof is necessary for entry. Additional vaccinations to consider based on health advisories include Hepatitis A and B, Typhoid, Malaria prevention measures, Meningitis, and Rabies if engaging in outdoor activities or animal contact. Consult a travel health professional to receive personalised guidance and medication for malaria prevention, and follow preventive measures like using mosquito repellent and practising good hygiene to ensure a safe and healthy trip.