Tanzania Safari FAQs
What is the best time to visit Tanzania?
We can genuinely say that you can have an incredible Tanzania Safari Tours at any time of year – truly!
We have numerous upbeat customers going with us amid the “long rains” of April and May and the “short rains” of November. Try not to be put off voyaging at that point. It surely does not rain each day, frequently the precipitation is around evening time, and you can at present observe some stunning natural life. Additionally, housing is less expensive, lodges are less full, and there are fewer different autos in the national parks.
It can get somewhat troublesome in the event that you need to make a trip to extremely remote regions amid the blustery season, anyway the streets between Arusha, Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro and Serengeti are great and all around kept up, and still particularly tolerable notwithstanding amid the downpours.
Whatever is left of the year is commonly dry, however, June can likewise be somewhat wet.
What to Bring on Safari?
It really depends on what type of safari you have chosen. In any case, the following is recommended: Flashlight; Sunscreen, Lip salve; Sunglasses, Sun hat; Insect repellent; Binoculars; Camera with zoom lenses; Spare film and batteries; Towel, Toiletries; Long sleeved shirt; Long trousers; Warm sweater; Sleeping bag; Small daypack.
When is the Great Wildebeest Migration?
The Great Migration, in Tanzania and Kenya, would one say one of nature’s most noteworthy occasions, however how would you know where and when to go to really observe it?
The immense Serengeti fields and the slopes of Kenya’s Masai Mara are the setting for the world’s most prominent untamed life exhibition, the 1.5 million creature ungulate (wildebeest) relocation. Over 1.4 million wildebeest and 200,000 zebra and gazelle, constantly followed by Africa’s extraordinary predators, move in a clockwise style more than 1,800 miles every year looking for greener grass.
Once the ‘short downpours’ fall in November and December (some of the time as ahead of schedule as of October) the relocation moves from Kenya’s Maasai Mara down through the eastern side of Tanzania’s Serengeti into its sweet and prolific southern-grass fields. Here, the wildebeest and different ungulates settle among January and April. In April and May, the ‘long’ downpours set in and the relocation begins moving from the exhausted southern fields north to the long grass fields in the western passage. Extensive stream intersections on the Grumeti and Mara Rivers happen as the relocation heads once again into Kenya’s Maasai Mara – the season dries out and crisp touching and water can be found in the far north. The Masaai Mara is more often than not taking care of business in August, September, and October.
When should I book my trip?
Because our trips book up months in advance, we recommend booking early to avoid disappointment. We will, of course, make every effort to accommodate last minute bookings.
Will there be wildlife wandering at the camps and lodges?
It is critical to never expect that any of the animals experienced on your diversion drive are manageable. In spite of the fact that assaults by wild animals are abnormal, nothing in the African wild is unsurprising. While you are remaining in your safari lodges and camps, it is imperative to be particularly careful and mindful of your surroundings the same number of these zones are not fenced and contain wildlife meandering openly. In the event that you have kids with you, keep them in sight and don’t give them a chance to meander alone. At littler rose lodges, you will dependably be escorted to and from your tent for supper or amid the night. Should you have any worries, kindly don’t dither to raise them to the staff or your guide.
Can I create a custom itinerary?
Yes. At present we are offering treks to the summit of Kilimanjaro all routes, as well as animal safaris and trips to Zanzibar. If you are interested in a variation on these, please contact us. We will work hard to accommodate your needs.