Tanzania Travel Guide

These Tanzania Travel Guide articles offer useful information and inspiration for some of the more interesting activities available on a Tanzania safari. Also learn more about the wildlife, history and culture of Tanzania.

Balloon Safaris over the Serengeti

One of the most tranquil game viewing experiences has to be going on a balloon safari where you float over the flat landscape which teems with wildlife, notably Wildebeest and Zebra...more

Best Times to Visit Tanzania and Serengeti

Owing to its vast area, the climate in Tanzania varies from region to region in any given month. As in every tropical and sub-tropical region there are only two seasons...more

Climbing Kilimanjaro - Dealing with Altitude Sickness

Climbing Kilimanjaro is an amazing achievement, but don’t let poor preparation and undue haste let you down. Dealing with Altitude Sickness should be a top priority...more

Contrasts of Tanzania. Wildlife Safari and Idyllic Zanzibar Island.

End off your Tanzania safari tour with a beach holiday on Zanzibar island for a romantic stay. Or for the water sport enthusiast, go snorkelling or sailing...more

Elephant Migration in Tarangire

Tarangire National Park is second to the Serengeti when it comes to sheer numbers of seasonal game gathering in one area. This park is really different from all the rest....more

Exploring Tanzania. Where to Go and What to See

Tanzania, is a beautiful, diverse and vast country renowned for its amazing safaris and snow-capped Mount Kilimanjaro also offers genuine smiles from some incredible people....more

How to be in the Right Place to Catch the Great Migration

But what is so special about the Great Wildebeest Migration? Well the sight of almost two million animals moving across the legendary plains of East Africa...more

Kilimanjaro Requirements and Advice

Climbing Kilimanjaro is a challenge, but it is not a technical mountain climb. The best way to prepare physically for the climb is to make regular hikes...more

Meet The Famous Maasai Tribe

Come and experience a cultural safari in the land famous for the Maasai tribe. Tanzania has over 120 different ethnic groups, making it one of the most culturally diverse countries in the World...more

Meet the Hadzabe

These traditional hunter-gatherers are unlike any other tribe. The Hadzabe of Tanzania are a remarkable example of living history and probably unique...more

Mto Wa Mbu Village

Looking for a convenient stopover on the Northern Safari Circuit in Tanzania? Look no further than Mto Wa Mbu Village. You’ll find authentic cultural interaction...more

Mwenge Carvers Market

If you are looking for traditional African sculptures and crafts then the Mwenge Carvers Market in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania is a great source of Makonde artwork...more

Spicey Zanzibar Island Honeymoon Extravaganza

Zanzibar, the very name conjures up images of an exotic island, feelings full of romance and promise. What better destination for newlyweds to celebrate their honeymoon?...more

Tanzania Cultural Heritage Sites

Better known for its wilderness areas, Tanzania nonetheless provides a rich cultural and historical aspect. Aside from the Ngorongoro Conservation Area, Tanzania has three other Cultural Heritage Sites...more

Tanzania History and Culture

The history of human habitation in Tanzania goes back almost 2 million years, and the fossils found at Olduvai Gorge by Louis and Mary Leakey now stand among the most important artefacts...more

Traditional Foods of Tanzania

The cuisine of Tanzania makes the most of local foods and traditional ingredients with Indian and Arabic influences that have developed of centuries...more

Walking Safaris in the Selous

Experience the rhythm of the bush while on a walking safari in the Selous Game Reserve, one of the greatest wildlife regions in Africa...more

Zanzibar Festival of the Dhow

The Festival of the Dhow Countries in Zanzibar, Tanzania is a celebration of art in many forms, particularly the art of making films. Enjoy cross-cultural displays...more
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