With almost a third of its land protected for wildlife viewing and some of the best game parks on the continent, safari is a way of life in Tanzania. Visitors flock here to witness the epic annual Great Migration pass through the legendary Serengeti – a massive spectacle with wildebeest herds so large they can be seen from space.

The neighbouring Ngorongoro Conservation Area is home to an extraordinary selection of predators. Further south, Ruaha National Park and Selous Game Reserve offer wild, off-the-beaten-track game viewing in a spectacular setting. Add to this the exotic island of Zanzibar and its palm-fringed beaches, Kilimanjaro – Africa’s highest mountain – and the jungle-clad shores of Lake Victoria and you have one of the most beautiful, vibrant and diverse countries in Africa.


  • Capital of Tanzania

  • Visa Requirements

    Visa required, issued on arrival
  • Language

    English, Swahili, and tribal languages
  • Currency

    Tanzania Shillings (TZS)


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