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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Best Safari in Tanzania? Explore Tanzania’s diverse national parks, including Serengeti, Tarangire, and Ngorongoro, for the ultimate safari adventure. Combine it with beach relaxation, cultural exploration, and hiking to make the most of your time in Africa.
  2. Duration of Tanzania Safari? Tanzania safaris can range from 2 days to 10 days or more, depending on your preferences and destinations. The longer you stay, the richer your experience will be. Don’t miss the opportunity to explore Tanzania’s vibrant cities and immerse yourself in its unique culture.
  3. Is Tanzania Safe? Tanzania is a safe destination for travelers. With our guided tours and travel advice, you can enjoy a secure and worry-free safari experience. We recommend taking necessary precautions, such as safeguarding valuable belongings and avoiding unfamiliar areas alone at night.
  4. Tanzania vs. Kenya Safari? Experience the best of both worlds by combining Tanzania and Kenya safaris. While Kenya offers a well-established tourism infrastructure, Tanzania boasts world-renowned national parks. Combining the two destinations provides a complete and unforgettable safari experience.
  5. How to Book a Tanzania Safari? Booking a Tanzania safari is easy with Tanzania Straden en Safari. Plan your desired activities and locations, then reach out to our travel experts who will assist you in creating a customized itinerary. Secure your booking with a 30% deposit, finalize your payments, and make necessary travel arrangements such as visas and vaccinations.
  6. Tanzania Safari Costs? Tanzania safari costs range from $500 to $3000 or more, depending on the duration, accommodations, meals, park fees, and inclusions. International flights, visas, travel insurance, and extended stays are typically excluded. Contact our travel experts for detailed information on budget-friendly options.
  7. Is Tanzania Worth Visiting? Absolutely! Tanzania offers a captivating blend of nature, wildlife, traditions, and cultural heritage. From its stunning national parks to its diverse population and rich history, Tanzania is a destination worth exploring. All you need is a visa and a sense of adventure.
  8. Where to Stay in Tanzania for Safari? Tanzania offers a range of accommodation options, including Kubu Kubu Tented Lodge, Ngorongoro Oldeani Mountain Lodge, Tarangire Sopa Lodge, and more. Depending on your safari itinerary, we will arrange stays at carefully selected hotels and campsites for your comfort and convenience.
  9. Do I Need to Arrange Airport Transfers? No, you don’t need to worry about airport transfers. Our dedicated driver will meet you upon arrival and ensure a smooth transition to your accommodation. We will also arrange all necessary domestic transfers between national parks and your stays.
  10. Safari Vehicle Capacity? Our safari vehicles can accommodate up to 6 passengers, with two additional seats for the driver and guide. Our Land Cruisers provide excellent views of wildlife and landscapes, equipped with rooftop hatches and sliding windows for an immersive safari experience.
  11. What to Wear on Safari? For your comfort and to blend with the surroundings, we recommend avoiding black and dark blue clothing that may attract tsetse flies. Opt for neutral colors and light fabrics, such as khaki, to stay cool and merge with the safari environment.
  12. Best Time to Visit Tanzania? Tanzania offers fantastic safari experiences year-round. The dry months from June to October are ideal for wildlife viewing in national parks, while the rainy seasons in April-May and November offer unique opportunities for birdwatching and exploring diverse landscapes.
  13. Great Wildebeest Migration? Witness the remarkable Great Wildebeest Migration in Serengeti, Tanzania, and Masai Mara, Kenya. This annual event sees millions of wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles embarking on a dramatic journey in search of food and water. The migration typically takes place from late rainy season to the following year.
  14. Best Spot for Birding in Tanzania? Tanzania is a birdwatcher’s paradise, with 1,100 bird species, some of which are endemic or near-endemic. You can spot diverse birdlife in Tarangire National Park, Lake Manyara National Park, Ngorongoro Crater, and Serengeti National Park, among others.
  15. What to Expect on a Safari Day? During a day safari, you have the freedom to choose how you spend your time. Embark on game drives in 4×4 safari vehicles, explore national parks, and enjoy packed lunches at scenic picnic sites. Your guide will offer suggestions, but the choice is yours.
  16. Who Accompanies You on Safari? You will be accompanied by a knowledgeable wildlife guide who also serves as your private driver. For camping safaris, a skilled cook will travel with you and prepare delicious meals throughout your journey.
  17. Wildlife at Camps and Lodges? It’s common to spot wildlife near camps and lodges, such as zebras, giraffes, and antelopes. While most campsites are within animal-free areas of national parks, grazing animals may occasionally venture close. Exercise caution, especially when traveling with children.
  18. Drinks in Safari Vehicles? We provide unlimited refreshments in our safari vehicles, including bottled water, sodas, juices, domestic beer, French-press coffee, and tea. Each vehicle is equipped with a cooler to ensure your drinks remain chilled throughout the safari.
  19. Is Safari Suitable for Kids? Absolutely! Safaris are an excellent choice for family vacations. Your kids will have a unique opportunity to learn about nature and wildlife firsthand. We can arrange child-friendly accommodations with amenities like pools and spacious rooms, as well as engaging activities for children at the lodges.
  20. Official Language of Tanzania? English and Swahili are the official languages of Tanzania, with Swahili being the national language. Tanzania has over 120 languages spoken across its various tribes, with Maasai being significant among the population.

For further inquiries or more Tanzania Safari FAQs, please contact our travel experts at Tanzania Straden en Safari

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