About Tanzania

Tanzania is one of the most impressive safari destinations in East Africa. With its culture-rich atmosphere, spectacular natural attractions, and an abundance of things to do, you’ll need a lifetime to explore everything the country has to offer.

It’s home to some of Africa’s most famous national parks and boasts an unmatched safari circuit. Split up into four sections (north, south, east, west); you could spend your entire vacation hopping from one park to the next and experience wildly different landscapes and wildlife.

But Tanzania’s appeal doesn’t stop at game viewing. Inside its borders, you’ll find the highest mountain in Africa, palm-fringed beaches of Zanzibar, the statuesque Maasai warriors, and the intriguing histories of Stone Town.

Tanzania has it all. Are you ready to experience it for yourself?

Easy Travel's Recommended Tanzania Safari Tours & Kilimanjaro Trekking

Tanzania Safari Travel Guide

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Tanzania is a country full of seductive beaches, UNESCO World Heritage Site, astounding natural scenery, and some of the best wildlife viewing in Africa.

It’s a destination for the adventurous traveler. Whether you want to summit Mount Kilimanjaro, explore the depths of the Zanzibar Archipelago, or drive off into the Serengeti in search of the Great Migration.

For a slower pace that’s still full of adventure, float over the plains with a hot air balloon safari, unwind on the white sand beaches of Pemba Island, or explore the histories of Stone Town.

You can do all of this and more in Tanzania!

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The best time to go to Tanzania depends on what you want to see. There’s no bad time to plan a trip, but each season comes with its own highlights.

During the dry season (June to September), it’s prime safari weather. Wildlife flock to the watering holes, and the bush is thin, making it easy to spot those elusive Big Cats.

For trekking, June to October are the best months to climb Kilimanjaro. The weather is dry, and you’ll have a much easier time summiting the highest mountain in Africa.

In the wet season (October to April), you’ll have prime viewing for bird watching and baby animals. With over 1,000 native bird species and migratory birds from Europe and North Africa, there’s plenty to see if you don’t mind a bit of rain.