How to Plan a Tanzania Safari

How to plan a safari
Safari Minibus in theSerengeti

From the breath-taking landscape of the Ngorongoro crater, to the thundering sound of the Great Migration, Tanzania offers unique and awe-inspiring experiences that will evoke all of the senses. Planning your holiday of a lifetime can be both exciting and daunting, but aims to make booking your safari as straightforward as possible.

With such a wide choice of packages and itineraries available, some key considerations should be undertaken to establish the best safari holiday to suit your interests:

When and where to go

Some areas in Tanzania are more suited to visiting at certain times of the year so you have the best chance of game-viewing in its habitat. A large amount of animals can be seen throughout parks between the dry season of June to October, whilst you can witness the migration during February and May.

The cost of going on a safari holiday

A safari doesn’t have to be as expensive as it may first seem. A number of options are offered to suit budgets, depending on how many excursions are included, along with various types of accommodation available. You can start by making your wish list of activities, eventually tailoring it to a shortlist that fits into how much you want to spend.

The necessities for travelling to Tanzania

You need to ensure you have enough time for vaccinations and medication, as well as obtaining the required visa and travel documents. The cost and lead-time must be considered as early as possible during the planning process.

Packing for your safari

To ensure you have packed all the essentials needed for your holiday, has compiled a list of things to pack.

Booking your safari

Once you have established the costs associated with flights, transfers, activities, daily costs, vaccinations, visa and items to take, you are ready to book your dream holiday!

Booking with is hassle-free and our expert tour operators are on hand every step of the way to ensure your trip is a success. Book your safari holiday now.