TANZANIA SAFARI COST
For the budget-conscious adventurer, a Tanzania Safari with basic accommodations in tents or budget hotels starts from just $200 per person per day.
For those seeking a more comfortable stay, a mid-range Tanzania safari with accommodations at lodges can start from $350 to $400 per person per day. And for the ultimate luxury experience, a high-end Tanzania Safari Cost ranges from $600 to $1000 per person per day.
Good to Know: No matter which option you choose, remember that these Tanzania safari costs exclude the costs of international flights, visa fees, travel insurance, vaccinations, and other travel essentials.
Budget options like camping or basic guesthouses can cost $20 to $50 per person per night.
Mid-range lodges and tented camps can cost $100 to $300 per person per night.
Luxury lodges and tented camps can cost $500 to $1,500 per person per night, depending on exclusivity and amenities. Plan accordingly to ensure a comfortable stay within your budget.
The high season, from June to September, is the busiest time and also the most expensive, with rates for mid-range and luxury safaris going up significantly.
The shoulder season, from January to March and October to December, offers better value for money with lower rates and fewer crowds.
The low season, from April to May, is the cheapest time to go on a Tanzania Safari. During this time, some lodges and operators offer discounts of up to 50%.
Look at the below table to know in detail about Tanzania Safari Cost according to the season:
|Seasons||Budget Safari||Mid-range safari||Luxury Safari|
|Low Season||$350-$450||$450-$560||Most are closed|
So, are you ready to experience the astonishing wildlife of Tanzania? Plan your Tanzania Safari adventure today with our guide to Tanzania safari costs and accommodations.
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