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From wilderness safaris to trekking mountains in the southern highlands to snoozing on idyllic beaches, Tanzania tours provide the amateur and the experienced with holidays to remember.

 

Connected to the Masai Mara grasslands of Kenya, the Tanzanian Serengeti is the top spot in Africa for wildlife safaris and tours, seeing African game in their unspoiled habitat and perching among some of the most beautiful and rare animals in the world. The annual wildebeest migration is arguably its greatest wildlife spectacle and simply can't be missed.

 

Tanzania tours wouldn’t be complete without a trek up Mt. Kilimanjaro, a tour of the Ngorongoro Crater and a visit to the colonial Zanzibar Town.

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Tanzania Tours

From wilderness safaris to trekking mountains in the southern highlands to snoozing on idyllic beaches, Tanzania tours provide the amateur and the experienced with holidays to remember.

Best time of the year to visit Tanzania?

January and February are widely considered as the best months to visit Tanzania due to being the start of the dry season. Similarly, June through to October are just as spectacular for Tanzania tours. Off months are March-April and November-December.

Food and Culture of Tanzania

Typically carbohydrate based, the cornmeal porridge called Ugali is a staple dish in the Tanzanian diet. Tanzanian food also boasts many luxurious spicy dishes, particularly around the coastal regions. A welcome addition to fish and rice meals is the common use of coconut milk, providing sensuous flavors. Tanzanian food also consists of a lot of beans, sorghum, millet and plantain. Groundnuts are an important part of the diet in Tanzania too. With 128 languages spoken throughout Tanzania and many tribes, it is wonderful to get lost in and absorb the diversity of Tanzanian culture. Enjoy the splendid and meticulous arts and crafts and marvel at the array of glamorous clothing within tribes.
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Main Attractions and Tourist Regions in Tanzania

Linked to the Masai Mara grasslands of Kenya, the Tanzanian Serengeti is the top spot in Africa for wildlife safaris, seeing African game in their unspoiled habitat and perching among some of the most beautiful and rare animals in the world. This vast park attracts visitors from all over the world and one sight that simply can't be missed on Tanzania tours is the annual wildebeest migration, a wildlife seekers heaven.

Just the name Mt Kilimanjaro should be enough to entice any adventure traveler to Tanzania's National Park and to the peak of Africa. Tours to Mt Kilimanjaro offer unrivaled sights from the top of Africa's highest and most recognized mountain. Due to the dense rainforest at the bottom of the mountain, Mt Kilimanjaro treks offer an African safari tour on top of just the splendor of the main climb.

Ngorongoro Crater is widely considered as one of the most special African experiences. Its untainted landscape and rich wildlife offers arguably the best safari tours in Africa. With amazing animals ranging from Rhinos, elephants, lions and buffaloes plus many, many more, along with being introduced to local Masai Mara tribesmen, this scintillating tour is one reason why Tanzania is an African gem. Ruhua National park is Tanzania's second largest and also offers tremendous amounts of game.

Zanzibar Town is in a realm of its own and a whole new reason to visit Tanzania. It is a World Heritage Site for a reason. With its beautifully networked labyrinthine alleys, meandering below picturesque colonial architecture, the old quarter of Stone Town is a walking museum and is warrants an imperative visit on everybody's list. Sitting quietly a few streets down you will stumble across exotic palm lined beaches and pristine blue waters. An incredible discovery for newcomers to Tanzania tours.
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Traveller Reviews

Karen Commisso, August 2017

I liaised with Eliya for twelve months before my trip and he was brilliant - answered all my questions and arranged the most amazing holiday for us.

Vicki Weber, June 2017

Eliya was awesome! He ALWAYS got back to me quickly, thoroughly answering all of my questions! The itinerary he planned for us was amazing and everything went so smoothly! Our guide, Bush, was waiting for us at the airport. He was friendly, knowledgeable and spoke English very well. We saw so many amazing things on our trip, including all the species of animals we wanted to see. Elephants, cheetahs, leopards, lions, buffalo, giraffe and more! The Serengeti was my favorite, and if I were to return to Tanzania I would spend more time in that park. Each park we visited was very different terrain which was really cool. At the end of our trip Eliya spent some time with us discussing his service and what we liked and what we thought they could do better which I felt showed a desire to provide a great trip. All around awesome trip, would recommend Eliya without hesitation. We were 2 women traveling alone through Africa and we felt very safe and well cared for with Eliya!

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Ahmet Goksel Yucel, September 2016

Perfect service of Eliya.. Perfect driver and guide, Salamon..
Unforgettable trip.

Gerald Ross Flavel, September 2016

Eliya met us at ther airport in spite of the late hour. All arrangements went smoothly and as planned - no unpleasant surprises (other than the increased and unexpected fee the government assesses US citizens to enter the country!)

Neil Turley, August 2016

Great low cost way to make a Safari. We chose the Camping option to make a six day safari of north Tanzania, which includes Serengenti. Four of us had a driver (and guide) and a cook travelling with us, in a 4X4, which made the adventure easy.