Tanzania lies just south of the equator and therefore is hot most of the year, there are two wet seasons, the long rains in April and may and the short rains in November. This tour runs only in the dry season so you should not expect much rain. The days will be warm usually between 15 and 25 C. However, it can be cooler at night especially in Ngorongoro Crater.
This is a small group guided holiday. The group is usually between 4 and 16 in size, with an average of 12 like-minded clients booking individually, in a couple or as friends together.
Cost From – £2,599 Including Flights
Deposit – £ 150.00
Single Supplement From £290.00
Location – Tanzania
Fri 10 Jun 16 – Sun 19 Jun 16
Fri 29 Jul 16 – Sun 07 Aug 16
Fri 12 Aug 16 – Sun 21 Aug 16
Fri 14 Oct 16 – Sun 23 Oct 16
Fri 28 Oct 16 – Sun 06 Nov 16
Fri 06 Jan 17 – Sun 15 Jan 17
Fri 03 Feb 17 – Sun 12 Feb 17
Fri 17 Feb 17 – Sun 26 Feb 17
Fri 30 Jun 17 – Sun 09 Jul 17
Fri 18 Aug 17 – Sun 27 Aug 17
To Lake Manyara with game drives in the park.
Drive through Ngorongoro Conservancy; afternoon game drives in Serengeti.
Game drives in Serengeti
Morning game drive in Serengeti; afternoon drive to Ngorongoro Conservation Area.
Game drive in Ngorongoro Crater.
Game drive in Tarangire N.P; stay at a lodge within the park.
A country that boasts Kilimanjaro, the Serengeti, the Ngorongoro Crater and Zanzibar, to say nothing of Mikumi Reserve, the Usambara Mountains and Mt Meru, is a country to be recognised both in terms of wildlife and beauty. For many it is the ultimate safari destination.
The Serengeti is home to the extraordinary migration and to be there in the early months of the year is always rewarding. Kilimanjaro is the highest mountain in Africa and the highest free standing mountain in the world. To stand astride Uhuru peak watching the dawn is a remarkable achievement. The climb is tough but not technical and we use the Lemosho and Rongai, the least trekked trails on the mountain. As a contrast to the exciting game areas and the mountain, Zanzibar is a beautiful jewel in the Indian Ocean. With a fascinating spice and slaving legacy, the crumbling Stonetown has streets full of character, and the beaches on the north and east coast are stunning. Whether it is diving, snorkelling, fishing, swimming with dolphins or just relaxing Zanzibar has few if any equals.