Best Time To Visit Tanzania
The Rainy Season – the rainy season typically occur from November to March with heavy tropical downpours in the afternoons.
The Dry season – Dry season in Tanzania runs from late June to October, offering warm days and cool evenings, making it the Best Time For Tanzania Safari as wildlife is easier to spot. From November to February, the weather is generally dry, with cooler temperatures in the evenings.
Tanzania’s weather is mostly tropical, with temperatures remaining warm year-round. However, temperatures can drop below freezing on Mount Kilimanjaro and Mount Meru. The coastal areas and lakeside regions are hot and humid throughout the year.
During this time, millions of wildebeest, zebra, and other animals make their way across the Serengeti, navigating through rivers and dodging predators. It’s an awe-inspiring sight that must be seen to be believed! Ace Tip: Witness the great migration with us and our experienced guide will take you to the best viewing spots. You can choose to stay in a luxurious tented camp or lodge, offering all the comforts of home while still being immersed in nature.
|Time Period||Migration Activity|
|November – December||Herds start to gather in the Serengeti plains|
|January – February||The calving season begins in the southern Serengeti|
|March – April||The great migration move toward the Western Corridor|
|May – June||Herds gather in the Western Corridor and prepare for the river crossing|
|July – August||Mara River crossing in the Northern Serengeti|
|September – October||Back to the Southern Serengeti plains|
Note: The exact dates can vary from year to year, so it’s always best to check with a reputable safari operator for the most up-to-date information.
Experience the ultimate African safari at the perfect time! Discover the Best Time To Visit Tanzania and witness the incredible wildlife in their natural habitat. Start planning your Tanzania Safari Tour now and make lovely memories that will last a lifetime.
I booked a 7 days Machame route ascent to Mt. Kilimanjaro with Serengeti Joy Tours. Everything was fine. Madam Angelica was very responsive on Whatsapp, all went smoothly according to the agreement. My guide, Henry, was perfect as well as all the crew. Food was perfect, there was enough of the water, tent was comfortable, all the team tried hard to make my trip comfortable.
This experience with Serengeti Joy Tours was nothing short of spectacular. Our team was made up of Frank(y) (primary guide), Francis (secondary guide), Shedrack (our chef, Moses (our waiter), and 10 solid porters who worked hard and were delightful to encounter. Frank was an awesome lead guide, always laughing and bringing humor into the mix, even when some times were tough (altitude sickness). He was adaptable and knew how to manage every situation. Both Franky and Francis were very