A notice titled ‘PARK FEES AMENDMENT NOTICE, dated 26th August 2020, and addressed to the Executive Secretary; Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and the Executive Director HAT, indicates that there is an amendment to the Park fees in Tanzania National Parks by the Government of Tanzania through the Ministry Natural Resources and Tourism (MNRT). The notice with reference number: AE 119/294/01 states that; Starting the 1st July 2021, the park entry fees for Tanzania National Parks that are managed by Tanzania National Parks (Ngorongoro Crater not included) will rise by an average of USD 10 per person with VAT

The Serengeti National Park in Tanzania covers an area 14,750 square kilometers and it is one of the best destinations to enjoy game viewing while on an Africa Safari. How many animals live in the Serengeti? Serengeti boasts around 300 mammal species with more than 80 different species of large mammals that comprise the Serengeti wildlife population. Antelopes being the largest in number. According to the park records there are about 16 different antelope species in this park the graze on the vast plains. One would wonder how is the Serengeti able to keep the population of antelopes in check

Tanzania is an amazing place to enjoy your Africa Safari Holiday. It does not matter whether it is your first time or if you have been there a number of times. Tanzania has a variety of game parks as well as national reserves that have an abundance of beautiful topographies, a diversity of wildlife plus world heritage sites. There are various sites that you have to see which makes its quite challenging to select which places to visit. The safari circuit in Tanzania is divided into two including the Southern Tanzania Safari and the Northern Tanzania Safari Circuit. You can

Located on Mount Meru’s foothills the lively Arusha city is a rough gem found close to many of the wildlife destinations making it the starting point for many safaris on northern Tanzania Safari Circuit. The city is lively with sights of beautiful Africa, with stunning historical architecture -a signature of rich past blended with urban styles of architecture with a spectacular landscape in the background. The initial settlers in Arusha back in the 1830s were the Maasai people, however by the first years of the 1900s, the Germans conquered this town and constructed a fort which up to date can

The tropical and very peaceful Zanzibar Archipelago is found within the Indian Ocean immediately off Tanzania’s coast. The Island which year after year has become a popular tourist destination for people on a Tanzania Safari is surrounded by a number of smaller islands, with the major islands being Unguja, Pemba and Mafia which are jointly referred to as “Zanzibar.” Each of these islands offers very magnificent diving experiences throughout the whole year with good visibility and water temperatures ranging from 25°C and 29°C (77°F and 84°F). This cheerful paradise islands destination has numerous white painted dhows commonly seen sailing in

For a long time now, mountain gorillas have been on the red line and in the list of the most endangered species in the world. With the remarkable conservation efforts efforts however, these incredible species who are our closest relatives scientifically have made a slow but very fragile return from the brink of extinction. Rwanda is one of the three countries after Uganda and DRC that is home to the world’s last mountain gorillas. Who Organizes Rwanda’s Gorilla naming; Kwita Izina? The Government of Rwanda together with conservation partners and local communities host a gorilla baby naming ceremony annually, with

So where do I fly into for Tanzania Safari? You may be contemplating or already on the planning phase of your next safari trip to Tanzania but do not even know where to start and asking yourself that question. Well you should be flying into Kilimanjaro International Airport (JRO). However shouldn’t we asking you a question first before answering your question on which airport to fly into in Tanzania if you are planning to travel to Tanzania. We should be asking you first; What part of Tanzania do you wish to visit? Which parks do you want to visit while

The Southern Tanzania safari circuit has always been and is still regarded as the more remote safari destination in Tanzania, but that fact is changing fast don’t you think? The southern Tanzania Circuit consists the less visited parks in the southern parts of the largest country in East Africa in land mass which by no coincidence also boasts of the fact that more than 25% of its land mass is set aside for wildlife conservation. The parks that are in the Southern Tanzania Safari circuit includes the Ruaha National Park, Mikumi National Park ( closest real national Park to the

The first and most prominent hot air balloon safari company in Tanzania; the Serengeti Balloon Safaris has recently announced their intention to start operating hot air balloon safaris in the largest national park in Tanzania; The Ruaha National Park. A first of its kind in the southern and central safari circuit in Tanzania the operation (the flights) is set to begin mid this year and to be precise they have announced 15th June 2018 as the first day of operations. Tanzania Safari with Hot Air balloon Safaris in Ruaha Park Ruaha National Park is currently Tanzania’s largest National Park after

David Beckham on Safari pictures on his Instagram page has caused a buzz in the internet with many fans guessing that he is actually in the Serengeti National Park, in Tanzania. Although he has not revealed his location in Africa but his family safari photos that he has shared in his personal Instagram page has struck awe in many of his fans hearts. David Beckham the former Manchester United Captain and Star who is also a former England former Captain, and a former Real Madrid player; together with his beautiful family, they have a huge following on social media platforms