3 Days Tanzania Budget Safari
3 Days Ngorongoro Manyara Tours 3 days Age 5+ All Months Availability 7 Overview This 3 Days Ngorongoro Manyara tours will cover only 3 popular safari parks in northern Tanzania including Ngorongoro, Tarangire and Manyara national park. 3 Days Ngorongoro … Read More
8 Days Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar Beach holiday
8 Days Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar Beach holiday 17 days Age 12+ All Months Availability 7 The 8 Days Tanzania Safari and Zanzibar Beach Holiday is an unforgettable combination tour that takes you on a thrilling safari adventure in the … Read More
The official Tanzania Currency is the Tanzanian shilling (TZS), which is divided into 100 cents. It’s advisable to exchange your currency upon arrival, as credit cards are not widely accepted outside of major cities.
Yes, you will need a visa to enter Tanzania. Depending on your nationality, you may be able to obtain a visa upon arrival or you may need to apply in advance through the Tanzanian embassy or consulate in your home country. It’s essential to check the Tanzania Visa requirements and application process well in advance of your trip.
The official languages of Tanzania are Swahili and English. Swahili is the most widely spoken language in Tanzania and is commonly used for communication between people of different tribes and ethnicities. English is also widely spoken, especially in major cities and tourist areas.
When packing for a Tanzania safari, it’s important to pack light and practical clothing that can withstand outdoor conditions. You’ll want to bring comfortable and breathable clothing that will protect you from the sun and insects, such as long-sleeved shirts, pants, and a wide-brimmed hat.
It is recommended that you consult with your doctor or a travel health specialist regarding necessary vaccinations and medications for a Tanzania Safari Trip. Some recommended vaccinations may include hepatitis A and B, typhoid, yellow fever, and rabies. Malaria is also prevalent in Tanzania
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