Tanzania Safari

Witness the world’s greatest wildlife spectacle in the Serengeti: The Great Migration. Encounter the Big Five and immerse in nature’s wonders

About Tanzania Safari

From the endless plains of the Serengeti to the whoop-filled jungles of Jane Goodall’s Gombe, join us on an unforgettable adventure in what is widely regarded as Africa’s best safari destination – Tanzania.. In the tradition of the great explorers, marvel at the diversity of wildlife that calls this East African nation home. Widely known for its iconic wildebeest migration, Tanzania is also home to the famed Big 5, all the large predators and abundant birdlife adding color to every new vista. Experience the spirit of safari – staying at our selected camps in the care of our friendly professional guides.


The Great Migration

The Greatest Show on Earth.

Ngorongoro Crater

An extinct volcano brimming with life.


Come face-to-face with our closest relative.


Tanzania is home to 1400 species seasonally.

Year-Round Safaris

Experience phenomenal wildlife throughout the year.

Most Popular Tanzania Safari

Experience the thrill of a lifetime on a Tanzania safari, where dreams of the wild come alive. Choose from our all time popular safari tours.

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Top Safari Destinations

Tanzania is renowned for its exceptional safari experiences, and it offers several distinct safari circuits that cater to different wildlife and landscape preferences. Each circuit provides a unique and diverse safari adventure.

Northern Circuit

The Northern Circuit is the most famous and visited safari circuit in Tanzania, offering some of the country’s most iconic wildlife reserves.

Southern Circuit

The Southern Circuit is less frequented and offers a more remote and authentic safari experience.

Western Circuit

The Western Circuit is known for its remote and off-the-beaten-path experiences, with fewer tourists.

Select tours based on when you will come

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Tours By Month
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Best Time To Go​

The national parks and private reserves are spread over an extensive habitat and climate range. The best wildlife viewing is in winter (May to September). However, the favorable summer climate (October to March) means most people visit at this time.

All parks(All parks, Dry Season), June-July and January-February (Serengeti)

July to March (northern circuit parks; can be crowded),
July to October (southern and western circuit parks; much quieter that northern circuit generally)

April and May (northern circuit parks still get quite bus, unlike the southern and western circuit parks, where some lodges close temporarily)

June to October (Dry Season with scarce rain)

March and April (Peak of Wet season – some roads inaccessible)

What to do before or after the safari

Explore supplementary destinations and activities to enrich your travel experience to the fullest extent possible.

Frequently Asked Questions About Tanzania Safari

Get answers to common questions about traveling to Tanzania Safari for a hassle-free experience.
What is the best way to fly to Tanzania for a safari?
Kilimanjaro International Airport is your gateway for safaris along the northern circuit. If your safari doesn’t start immediately, you’ll likely be accommodated in Arusha, the main base for these adventures.
Notify us of any flight delays or changes as soon as possible. We’re committed to adjusting plans to accommodate your new arrival times and ensure a seamless start to your safari experience.
Required vaccinations include Yellow Fever (if arriving from an endemic country), Hepatitis A, Typhoid, and Polio. Malaria prophylaxis is advised; consult a healthcare provider for specific recommendations based on your itinerary.
Tanzania offers a safe environment for tourists, particularly within safari parks and designated tourist zones. Adhering to standard safety measures is recommended.
Opt for lightweight, breathable attire in neutral shades to deter tsetse flies. Essentials include a sun hat, sunscreen, insect repellent, a high-quality camera, and binoculars. Long-sleeved tops and pants in light colors are advised to protect against insects.
Most visitors require a visa, obtainable upon arrival or via the Tanzanian consulate prior to your journey. E-visa eligibility should be confirmed in advance.
It’s best to choose bottled or filtered water for the duration of your stay to ensure safety.
The Tanzanian Shilling (TZS) is the local currency. Currency conversion rates fluctuate; for example, 1 USD is roughly equivalent to 2300 TZS. Always check a reliable financial news source for the most current rates.
Maintaining modest attire, especially in less urbanized areas, and seeking consent prior to photographing locals is advised. The Tanzanian community is celebrated for its hospitality and courteousness.
Our safaris are primarily conducted in English, and we offer guides fluent in Spanish, German, French, and Italian. While we don’t have Mandarin-speaking guides, we can arrange for a Chinese-speaking tour leader to accompany your group and provide translation services alongside your tour guide. Please contact us to organize this special arrangement.
Our fleet includes over 50 meticulously maintained Land Cruisers, ranging from 4 to 7-seater configurations, ensuring every passenger enjoys a window seat. Vehicles are sanitized daily.
Our guides are licensed professionals with extensive training and years of field experience to ensure an enriching safari adventure.
We are pioneers in offering hot lunches during your safari, featuring a comprehensive meal with soup, a starter, main course, dessert, and a variety of beverages, all served under a canopy. Buffet meals are provided in camps and lodges, and we accommodate all dietary needs and allergies with prior notice.
Anticipate encounters with the Big Five, as well as giraffes, zebras, wildebeests, cheetahs, and a vast array of bird species, particularly in iconic locations like the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater.
Yes, we recommend consulting with a healthcare provider for malaria prophylaxis. Employ insect repellent and wear appropriate clothing for protection against mosquitoes and tsetse flies.
Tanzania is in the East Africa Time zone (EAT), UTC +3.
Yes, purchasing a local SIM card is recommended for more favorable rates and coverage.
While public transportation is available in Arusha, we advise tourists to use taxis or our transportation services for safety. Within the parks, your movement will be coordinated by your tour operator. For visits to areas outside the planned itinerary, please communicate with us for arrangements.
Accommodations range from luxury lodges and tented camps to standard lodging located within or outside the parks.
A guideline of $20 USD per day per person is suggested for tipping safari staff, adjustable according to the level of service you feel you have received and what you’re comfortable with.

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