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Tanzania Safari Cost - How Much Does It Cost To Go On Safari In Tanzania?

Tanzania Safari Cost is not as inexpensive as you think it is. The tourism and safari industry in Tanzania flourishes on a large scale. This makes the Tanzania Safari Toursthe most expensive of all African safaris. But don't worry, bargain is not less than a custom here and if you are being charged heftily you must haggle freely with the local tour operators.

If you are travelling with Lifetime Safaris, you won't get a chance to complain though. Our travel and tour packages are the most affordable and we provide personalised itinerary to all our safari travellers that suit their demands.

The safari packages do not include a lot of costs like the international flights, Tanzania Safari Guide tips and more. What are included are - airport transfers in a private Car both on arrival and on departure. Accommodation in and around the national parks in various hotels or lodges in Tanzania are also included in the package cost. The cost of your safari 4×4 vehicle, park entry fees, Conservation fees, Crater Entry fees ( where applicable), ranger fees where applicable, and water during safari are included in the package costs. It is up to you to provide the safari guides or other staff with Tanzania Safari Tips on your tour.


We provide affordable Tanzania Safari Cost packages for all budget types. Starting from $200 per day for a basic budget safari, your package prices will vary with the type of services being provided to you along with your travel itinerary. So are you wondering - How Much Does A Serengeti Safari Cost? We are here to tell you! A Serengeti National Park tour could cost you anywhere from $200 to $625 per person per day for budget-friendly safaris.

If you are opting for luxury Tanzania Safaris it will be costing about $1500 per day or more. For expensive luxury safaris, remember, the sky is the limit.


We are often asked in the Tanzania Safari Faq’s or queries that we receive from our clients - How much does a safari cost in Tanzania? The Answer is simple, the implications of your Tanzania Safari Cost is determined by the type of accommodation you are opting for.

We provide budget/mid-range, standard luxury accommodation, and of course the up-market lodges/ tented camps. The Duration of your safari also determines the price of safari along with the total number of people travelling with you in your group.


The Average Cost of Safari in Tanzania is dependent on the following factors:

  • Duration (Length Of Stay);

For how long you are planning your Tanzania Safari Tours determines your safari cost in many ways. For those planning a budget safari can choose a shorter itinerary. This is not a bad idea as in just four days you can visit the three main national parks and enjoy memorable game drives. However a longer itinerary is more fruitful as Tanzania has so much to offer and not less than a week or more is required to cover all the must see magical destinations of this East African country.

  • Accommodation Type;
  • Number Of Travellers;
  • Transfers And Extra Cars;
  • National Parks;
  • Season/Time Of The Year;>


We start a journey together, from dream to real-life. A safari is personal, in planning a safari the starting point is you and everything is built around you.


WHEN TO GO Tanzania

The best time to visit Tanzania is during the Dry season, late June to October

  • JAN
  • FEB
  • MAR
  • APR
  • MAY
  • JUN
  • JUL
  • AUG
  • SEP
  • OCT
  • NOV
  • DEC


January is one of the best times to visit coast


It’s hot and humid during February, and it’s the start of calving season when thousands of wildebeest give birth to their young and predators


A great month. Game viewing in East Africa


April is by far the wettest month of the year and while the rains predominantly come in the form of afternoon thundershowers


The long rainy season is in full swing.


June is dry, busy and is considered the best time of year to visit


Peak Safari Season Is In Full Swing And Is The Best Time To Travel'.


August is still considered peak season with tourist crowds flocking '.


Tourist Crowds Begin To Dissipate And There Is Still No Rain


Sees The Building Of Thunderclouds And The Arrival Of The First Rains.


Rains in East and Southern Africa mean this is the least desirable month for a safari.


Falls In The Middle Of The ‘Short Rains’

Tanzania Cost FAQ'S

We've put together a list of the commonly asked FAQs about Tanzania Cost .

How much does a Tanzania safari cost?

The cost of a Tanzania safari can vary widely depending on factors such as the length of the safari, the level of accommodations, the time of year, and the number of people in your group. Generally, a mid-range safari can cost anywhere from $200-$600 per person per day, while luxury safaris can cost upwards of $1,000 per person per day.

What does the cost of a Tanzania safari typically include?

The cost of a Tanzania safari typically includes accommodations, park fees, safari vehicle and driver, meals, and some activities such as game drives. However, the exact inclusions can vary depending on the tour operator or travel agency.

What additional expenses should I expect on a Tanzania safari?

Additional expenses that may not be included in the safari cost can include airfare, visas, travel insurance, tips for guides and staff, alcoholic beverages, and optional activities or excursions.

Can I use US dollars in Tanzania?

Yes, US dollars are widely accepted in Tanzania, and many tour operators and lodges will accept payment in US dollars. However, it is recommended to carry some Tanzanian shillings for smaller purchases and tips.

What is cost of mid-range safari in Tanzania?

$300- $400, per person/per day. A mid-range safari in Tanzania cost you around $300-$400. While the luxury safari starts around $650.

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