Tanzania is a land of breathtaking diversity; blessed with an incredible wealth of wildlife, arresting natural wonders, imposing mountains, lush rainforests, a rich mosaic of cultures and fascinating heritage- It is the place you want to be. But before that, those swirling array of questions need to doused, for that all important peace of mind.   For that, you have come to the right place, now relax and read through:

Tanzania is good to visit all around the year. But when it comes to safaris and mountain trekking the dry season (late June-October) are the best. The conditions are excellent with clear skies and very little humidity. The dry conditions draw all the wildlife out of their habitats to the watering hole and lack of vegetations gives a spectacular game viewing experience. Kilimanjaro is primed for trekking and the beaches are inviting with the arresting natural beauty

Keeping your viewing interests in mind, book your tickets in advance to avoid the ticket rush during tourist season.  A good six months in advance is a safe bet. For wildebeest migration, you will have to book 10-12 months earlier

Yes, Tanzania is welcoming for children, grandchildren and even aging folks.  Tanzania has been recently voted the best safari destination in Africa for nothing. Our family-friendly destinations and luxurious accommodations provide all the fun with efficient service, safety and professionalism to make it a memorable experience.

Our fleet of 4×4 safari vehicles meet all the safety regulations and have comfortable seating. They are spacious enough to give you a luxurious safari experience. The vehicles are equipped with binoculars, animal and bird guide books, a first aid kit, and a refrigerator for cool water.

You must be mobile, active and healthy with decent physical fitness to make the most of the trip. If you are interested in climbing Mt. Kilimanjaro then better undertake some high altitude training to handle the challenges of high altitude trekking

Tanzania is close to the equator and being a tropical country has usually warm, dry, sunny and sunny weather around the year. December through April is typically warmer (70ºF-80ºF) and brings more rain. May through November is usually cooler (60ºF-70ºF) and drier.

A safari is expensive though they are budget safari options too. Select your itinerary as per your interests and financial resources. Don’t compromise safety by going for cheap options. The price range could be anywhere between $150-$200 per person per day going up to $400-$700 if you opt for  five-star lodges and luxury camps and travel more by plane

Don’t drink tap water. Use bottled or mineral water to drink.  Carry water purifier tablets for emergency

Comfortable, casual, layered and practical should guide your selection of clothes. Cargo pants and capris are a good idea for outdoor safari activities. They should be lightweight and washable. In safari wear, neutral colors and airy long sleeves and trousers in light-coloured fabrics are a good protection against the sun help discourage insect bites

The Tanzanian culinary culture blends the best of Swahili flavours with the best western, Arabic, and Indian cuisines. The food is usually prepared with Western tastes in mind but also includes authentic Tanzanian dishes are also available. Vegetarian, Vegan, Dairy-free, Gluten-free and other special dietary needs can be accommodated with advance intimation.

Carry a converter/adapter. Tanzania uses 3 pronged plugs with 210volts

Malaria and other mosquito-borne diseases are prevalent throughout Tanzania. Carry anti-malaria tablets and take precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. The prophylactic regime should be taken without missing doses. Use insect repellent, wear long-sleeved shirts and trousers in evenings and utilize mosquito nets. Also get all the mandatory vaccine shots

You will need a passport that is valid at least six months beyond your dates of travel with an entry or re-entry visa, duly endorsed.

Swahili and English are national languages and the later is widely spoken. But you would do well to learn a few Swahili phrases to mingle better with the locals

Yes, a comprehensive travel and health insurance is a much to cover your risks.

Tanzania is safe but you need to use your common sense and not get too adventurous. Don’t venture to dark alleys or deserted suburbs on your own after dark. Self-driving can be risky, especially after dark. Mugging and carjacking is a possibility. Be discreet with cash jewelry. Heed to your travel guides advise, avoid isolated areas and always use the common sense approach