Tanzania Safari Tour Packages


Rs 29,999/-


Rs 49,999/-


Rs 59,999/-

Good to know things about Tanzania Safari

Great Migration in Serengeti National Park

The Great Migration, one of nature's most stunning phenomena, takes place in the Serengeti National Park. Millions of wildebeest, zebras, and other herbivores migrate in search of water and greener pastures, resulting in a breathtaking wildlife show.

Ngorongoro Crater Conservation Area

It's a big volcanic caldera with a diverse ecology and a high concentration of species. A variety of species, including lions, elephants, and rhinos, live in the crater.

Diverse Wildlife and National Parks

Tanzania is well-known for its diverse wildlife and has many national parks and conservation zones. Other significant parks outside the Serengeti and Ngorongoro Crater are Tarangire National Park, Selous Game Reserve, and Ruaha National Park.

Vast and Varied Landscapes

Tanzania is not just known for its wildlife, but also for its diverse cultural experiences. Interacting with indigenous tribes such as the Maasai allows visitors to learn about their traditional practises, dances, and way of life.

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the best time for safari in Tanzania?
The dry season, which lasts from late June to October, is the finest time to visit Tanzania for a safari. Tanzania has two different rainy seasons: April to May (known as the ‘long rains’) and November to December (known as the’short rains’).
Why is Tanzania so expensive?

Tanzania’s parks place a premium on exclusivity as well as natural authenticity. As a result, despite its amazing size, the number of tourists, as well as the number of vehicles and lodges in specific parks, is limited. This, once again, contributes to the increased cost.

Is safari cheaper in Kenya or Tanzania?
There is no upper limit to what you can book in both nations for big-budget, luxury safari trips. However, whether you choose a simple camping safari or a lavish luxury resort vacation, Tanzania will cost you more than Kenya.
How many days is enough for Tanzania safari?

6 to 8 days to explore the best parks such as Serengeti, Ngorongoro, and Tarangire. With a flexible schedule, cover the main parks in 9 to 11 days. 12+ days for a once-in-a-lifetime trip with optimum wildlife viewing opportunities.

Why is Tanzania famous?

Tanzania is home to some of the world’s most valued national parks and game reserves, including the world’s largest game reserve, the Selous Game Reserve, which is home to over 120,000 elephants, 160,000 buffalos, and 2000 rhinos. Selous also has huge populations of hippos, crocodiles, and wild dogs.

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