Tours and Safaris

Question about safaris before you make the decisions
-How many days do you need for safari in Tanzania?

To have at least four full days on game drives will give you enough time to see an incredible amount of wildlife. Tack on arrival and departure days, travel to and from the national parks and reserves, and we think the optimal time for your safari experience is 6-7day but during the agust-september 7 to 9day to have more chance to see the crossing in masai mara river in serengeti

-The type of clothes that you should wear while traveling

When going on safari, it’s important to protect your skin from the elements. We’ve faced immense heat while on safari in Africa and South East Asia. Although your first instinct may be to wear shorts and a T-shirt, you are better off wearing long sleeves and long pants that are lightweight and breathable.

-Is Tanzania better than Kenya for safari?

So to sum up: Kenya and Tanzania are the two best destinations in Africa for a wildlife safari, so you can’t go wrong. Tanzania has the slight edge due to the size of the Serengeti National Park and the impressive Ngorongoro Crater also have high dance to explore alots of wildlife spiecies, especial wildcats and circle of great migration of million of wildbeest,zebra and different types of antlopes because the migration circle take place between ngorongoro and serengeti due to the size of national parks

-How much cash should I bring on safari?

As a general rule, should tip at least $15 to $20 day to cover your safari drivers and guides, and $5 a day to cover lodge and camp staff. That’s per person. For example, a husband and wife on a weeklong safari would tip roughly $165 to $240 for the drives/guides

-How much does it cost to do safari in Tanzania?

An African safari costs anywhere between $125 and $1,500 per person per night. A budget safari averages $250 per night, mid-range $400 and luxury $750. The extreme top-safaris can easily go up to $1,500 per night,

-Is Tanzania safe country?

Yes, Tanzania is a reasonably safe country. In fact, as of 2022 , it’s one of the safest African countries , both for locals and tourists. According to the 2022 Global Peace Index.

-What not to do on safari?

What not to do on a safari in Tanzania

  • Stand up at an animal sighting. One of the biggest no-no’s on safari is infamously known as not breaking the silhouette. …
  • Call out to animals. …
  • Spend too much time at a sighting. …
  • Become impatient. …
  • Prepare yourself.

-Can I use my debit card in Tanzania?

Yes. You will be able to use your debit card abroad to make payments and take cash from ATMs, make online transactions and perform other transactions.

-Tanzania cheap for tourists?

Tanzania is not a cheap travel destination and the most expensive of all countries where we operate. The park entrance fees are quite steep, so going on safari is expensive, especially in the Serengeti and Ngorongoro crater. However, it is definitely possible to enjoy Tanzania with a smaller budget.

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