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Tanzania MapsFour times the size of Great Britain, Tanzania covers nearly a million square miles and contains 800 kilometres of coastline, part of the Rift Valley and more inland waters than any other African country.  However, it is the combination of its vast game-rich reserves and the Indian Ocean islands of Zanzibar, Pemba and Mafia which make Tanzania such an attractive destination for the discerning visitor.

 

TAILOR-MADE TANZANIA TOUR ITINERARIES:

Selous Ruaha Zanzibar Tour Ruaha & Selous: Tanzania's Southern Reserves with Exotic Zanzibar
We combine two remote, little-visited parks of Ruaha and Selous in the south with exotic Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean to produce a well-rounded programme which provides a perfect balance of big game, sandy beaches, coral reefs, old architecture and African/Arabian culture.
   
Tanzania Tented Camps The Tanzania Explorer - by Tented Camp
Incorporating some of the most iconic wildlife areas in Tanzania, this comprehensive itinerary stays well off the beaten track using small tented camps and a private naturalist guide with 4x4 vehicle.
   
Ruaha Katavi Mahale The Remote Wilderness of Western Tanzania: Ruaha, Katavi & Mahale
An extraordinary safari in Tanzania’s remote west, a land of vast open plains, chimpanzee forests and very few tourists. Time spent relaxing on Zanzibar rounds off an adventurous and exclusive wildlife experience.
   
Wildebeest Migration Northern Tanzania and the Wildebeest Migration
Focusing on the game parks of Northern Tanzania, this concise itinerary encompasses some of Africa’s most dramatic landscapes and wildlife experiences, including the volcanic amphitheatre of the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, the serene Lake Manyara and the baobabs and elephants of Tarangire.
 

 

Tanzania

 

Best time to visit Tanzania:

Tanzania has two rainy seasons.  The long, heavy rains fall in March, April and May and the short, light rains fall in November and December. The best time to visit is between July and October when daytime temperatures are comfortable and nights are refreshingly cool.  One should avoid April and May when heavy rains can make travelling difficult.

 


Tanzania Reading Suggestions:

In association with nhbs Environment Bookstore


Field Guide to Birds of East Africa
Field Guide to the Birds of Kenya and Northern Tanzania Collins Traveller's Guide: Wildlife of Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda


 

We combine two remote, little-visited parks of Ruaha and Selous in the south with exotic Zanzibar in the Indian Ocean to produce a well-rounded programme which provides a perfect balance of big game, sandy beaches, coral reefs, old architecture and African/Arabian culture.  Find out more...

Incorporating some of the most iconic wildlife areas in Tanzania, this comprehensive itinerary stays well off the beaten track using small tented camps and a private naturalist guide with 4x4 vehicle.  Find out more...

An extraordinary safari in Tanzania’s remote west, a land of vast open plains, chimpanzee forests and very few tourists. Time spent relaxing on Zanzibar rounds off an adventurous and exclusive wildlife experience.  Find out more...

Focusing on the game parks of Northern Tanzania, this concise itinerary encompasses some of Africa’s most dramatic landscapes and wildlife experiences, including the volcanic amphitheatre of the Ngorongoro Crater, Serengeti National Park, the serene Lake Manyara and the baobabs and elephants of Tarangire. Find out more...