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45 Safari trips through Tanzania with 22 reviews

Find a Safari trip that explores Tanzania. There are 45 tours to choose from, that range in length from 3 days up to 17 days. The most popular month for these tours is January, which has the most tour departures.

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45 Safari trips through Tanzania with 22 reviews

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  • Go on an exhilarating game drive to see pink flamingos at the Lake Manyara and to spy on lazing lions inside the vast expanse of the Serengeti.
  • Visit the enormous Ngorongoro Crater and marvel at herds of elephants amidst the baobab rich landscape of the Tarangine National Park.
  • Explore the underwater reefs and natural wonders of the Indian Ocean on a snorkelling safari at Zanzibar.
  • Get up close with wildebeest, zebras, and gazelles on a horse back safari through the Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park.
  • Trek in search of endangered mountain gorillas and chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountain National Park.
  • Search for animal footprints on a walking safari inside the Katavi National Park, by the shores of Lake Tanganyika.
  • Go on a camping safari and get up close with the indigenous San people of Lake Eyasi and Lake Natron for an insight into the ancient, hunter-gatherer way of life.
  • Watch the amazing spectacle of the Great Migration at the Serengeti National Park, when thousands of wildebeest, antelopes, zebras and gazelles fend off ravenous predators and make their way north to the plains of Maasai Mara in Kenya.


  • Opt for an early sunrise safari or a sunset safari as this is the time when big cats gather around waterholes.
  • Staying in a tented camp is a part of a full-on safari experience as this allows you to get closer to nature.
  • Zip up your tent when not in use and avoid keeping food inside as it may attract wild animals.
  • Carry a torch if you’re going for a walk at night-time as there could be snakes and scorpions lurking around.
  • Lightweight walking boots and desert boots are ideal for a safari but ensure that they have thorn proof soles.
  • Avoid making jerking movements or loud sounds during game drives as this may scare away the animals.
  • Avoid sitting on the roof of the safari vehicle.
  • Don’t run while on a walking safari as the animals may mistake you for prey.

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