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You'll appreciate Tanzania's genuinely 'big' wildlife experience, whether you're watching hippos wallow in the Great Ruaha River, monitoring the Big Five in the Ngorongoro Crater, or following the historic wildebeest migration across the Serengeti.

 

If you want to track the wildebeest migration, you must go to Tanzania. Bring a good set of binoculars and join a mobile camp that closely follows all the action, including a front-row seat as herds of wildebeest race over the Mara River's crocodile-infested waters. Consider the cool, swampy parts of Tarangire National Park, where large herds of elephants gather to wash and play. Or Katavi, where you'll discover a lot of crocs and hippos, some of them in pods of up to 500.

 

If you wish to explore lush forests and luscious foliage, travel straight to the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, the world's largest volcanic caldera and a haven for an astonishing diversity of animals. Nearby is Lake Manyara, where pink flamingos skim the surface of the country's largest soda lake, as well as the area's famous tree-climbing lions. Contact us for a tailor-made Tanzania safari tours!

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When is the best time to visit Tanzania?

The ideal time for you to visit Tanzania would be from July to October, This period is relatively dryer than its other counterparts and will give you the unique chance to witness the migration river crossing with all parks offering amazing wildlife sitings.

What’s the climate like in Tanzania?

Tanzania enjoys a relatively comfortable climate throughout the whole year.  There are various regional differences, where the tropical coast stays rainy with reliable heavy rainfall, especially during the rainy seasons.  

When does the famous wildebeest migration take place from Tanzania?

The world-famous migration where the wildebeests are always crossing the Mara River between Kogatende and Lamai Wedge * an existing land wedge, between Mara River  Border to Kenya). The best time to view this manifestation of natures beauty will be from July to October.

Do i need a visa to enter Tanzania?

Visas are required for U.S citizens that are looking to visit Tanzania. You will need a passport valis of six months from the date of insurance and date of entry, with a minimum of one blank visa page. Also, upon entry, you must present a roundtrip ticket showing that they have sufficient funds

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