In this guide we bring you all the possible questions that you might have in mind about how safe is it to travel on a Tanzania Safari Post COVID-19. It includes answers on why visit Tanzania now, is Tanzania safe, what to expect, which safety guidelines to follow, what to do, and where to stay. In March 2020, Tanzania registered its index COVID-19 Case and over the past months the Tanzanian government together with its ministry of Health has fought a good fight to see that they protect the people of Tanzania as well as all its guests. The country

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

How to choose a birding itinerary for your birding experience in Tanzania If there is anything that is really difficult in life, it is to make a choice between two similar products with almost the same kind of satisfaction. Tanzania birding safari itineraries are prepared and designed to give tourists the best experiences and sometimes, you get stuck on what to choose since all itineraries may similarly offer the best experience. No matter how hard is it, there are always simple strategies you can deploy to make sure you have a successful itinerary. If you choose the best itinerary according

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

A detailed month to month guide on the best time to go on Safari in Tanzania, where to go and what tourist activities to do.. Tanzania is one of the most renowned tourist destinations across Africa. it experiences two main dry seasons, the dry and wet season. The dry season includes the short dry spell that begins in late January to the start of March, and then the long-dry season starts in June all through to October. However from November to January, the short rains begin with the long rains coming in from late March to May. (April is the

What you need to know before taking your kids on Safari in Tanzania and Africa, Tanzania Safari for Kids It has been thought by many that planning an African safari for kids is a bad idea however this is not true. Research on child development shows that it is important to take your children for different travel adventures and this is beneficial to their growth. Safari in Tanzania and across the African continent provide a unique experience for children to get very close to the animals they love in their habitats which they have only seen on television or in

Zanzibar is not a vast island, and that means that it’s quite easy to get around and explore every hidden bay and rocky outcrop in this famous semi-autonomous island that together with Tanganyika makes up the Republic of Tanzania in East Africa. The Island measures approximately 100Km from north to the south, while from west to east it is a short distance of approximately 40km. Those are the measurements of the Unguja Island which is the main Island of the Zanzibar Archipelago and ordinarily the one that is referred to as ‘Zanzibar’ despite the archipelago having several other islets. On

The Wildebeests Migration Season in Tanzania comes every year from late or mid December running through March. This is basically the period when the Wildebeests herds in their hundreds of thousands groups converge at Ndutu Plains making up about the whole million plus Wildebeests herd spreading from the Ndutu Plains to the Southern Serengeti Plains. Why Ndutu Plains for Tanzania Safari Calving Season? The Ndutu Plains is a vast savannah plain located within the Ngorongoro Conservations which make up vast grazing plains for the wildebeests migration herds so they come here every year during that period; December to March for

Electronic Visa for Tanzania – Electronic Visa for Tanzania is now a reality. After neighboring countries implementing E-Visa services for some time now, Tanzania which is by far the best country for African safari has now followed suit so you can now apply for your Visa to Tanzania online. How to get visa to Tanzania online To apply for an Online Visa to visit the United Republic of Tanzania (both Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar) you will be required to fill in the online form on the form here, then the next step is to make payment by Credit Card/Debit Card, and

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