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Discover Tanzania

Tanzania is a is a wonderfully diverse African country on the east coast of Africa in the African Lakes region, alongside the Indian Ocean where the province of Zanzibar is found. The country has so much to offer mountain ranges, craters, lakes and beaches. It is home to the Big Five and the annual Great Migration, offering a huge variety of safari options. Zanzibar offers relaxation, sandy beaches, and coral reefs alongside history and spice markets. 


Tanzania is one of Africa’s most iconic safari destinations. The name Tanzania conjures up images of wildebeest stampeding across vast savannas, great plains brimming with legions of game, rainforests teeming with monkeys and birdlife.  



The region of Zanzibar is a collection of several islands, known as the Zanzibar Archipelago. It contains two main islands, Unguja and Pemba, and several smaller islands. Unguja is the main island and is most referred to simply as Zanzibar. The eastern side and northern tip of Zanzibar are populated with many white sandy beaches and surrounded by a coral. In the island's capital, Zanzibar Town, sits the historic quarter of Stone Town, with a mesmerising mix of spices and influences from Africa, Arabia, India and Europe.


Serengeti National Park

The Serengeti National Park is a World Heritage Site and home to the Great Migration, when around July thousands of wildebeest thunder across the plains. Although this is the most famous spectacle the area offers great game-viewing year round, guided walks, horse riding safaris and Balloon rides.


Mount Kilimamanjo

Mount Kilimamanjo dominates the skyline of Northeast Tanzania, the world’s largest free-standing mountain and the highest point in Africa, frequented by tourists from all over the world.  


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March April and May is the long rainy season, afternoon tropical downpours are the norm and humidity is high. June, July, August, September, and October is the long dry season, rainfall is unusual, temperatures can vary depending on altitude, this is a great time to visit.

November and December is a short rainy season, but much lighter and less predictable. January and February is a short dry season, before the long rains in March.

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Travel Details

There are no direct flights from the UK to Tanzania but there are many good connections via the Middle East and Europe to Kilimanjaro and Dar A Salam. 

The flying time from the UK via Amsterdam takes approximately 10 hours. 



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