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Tanzania is a well accessible country with three major airports and several other small airstrips, the main airports are Kilimanjaro international airport (KIA) in Kilimanjaro, Julius nyerere international airport in Dar es Salaam, and abeid aman karume in Zanzibar. your destination will highly be influenced by the places you want to visit, if you want to navigate the northern popular circuit national parks such as Serengeti or tarangire then Kilimanjaro international airport may be the best option for you but if you want to include your Tanzania safari with relaxing on the beaches or exploring the southern circuit national parks then Julius nyerere will be the best option and you can always get another internal flight that will take you to the next destination. Whichever airport you arrive in, our Tanzania safari radar guide will be around to welcome and transfer you to your hotel or directly begin your adventure of safari.Where to visit in Tanzania?
Tanzania safari is filled with lots of options and one may find it slightly difficult to decide where to start. Where you decide to go may be influenced by your interest and the number of days that will be spent in Tanzania. If you have plans to climb Mount Kilimanjaro and combine it with a safari or visiting the Zanzibar beaches then we suggest you start with hiking so as to get over with the tension of climbing before relaxing on the beaches or exploring the popular Tanzania national parks. The following are the most popular spots to visit while in Tanzania.
This will depend on various things including your interests, exactly where you want to visit in Tanzania and why you're travelling. One person's best time can be another's worst. There is really no explanation to this but it is argued that the dry season (from late June to October) is the most popular time for a Tanzania safari with all the trimmings. During this dry season, animals congregate near water sources putting predators and prey in close proximity and this always give a chance for some exciting game viewing. Because of water shortages in this season the vegetation always thins, thus improving visibility of animals. In popular parks like the Serengeti national park, peak time is between June and September when the great migration is active, in January and February it is calving season around the ndutu area which can be very exciting as different predators prey on the fragile and naïve new born, the lowest season in this park is between march and April which is the wet season and the park is usually empty but in this season there is the return of migratory bird species, a big draw card for all the twitchers out there. Tanzania’s ‘green season’, between November and March, is much quieter in most parks. While there’s a chance of rain showers, it’s a fantastic time for bird watching as migratory species arrive in their thousands.