Explore the wild of Tanzania

Tanzania has gone on the World Tourism Map as one of the most sought-after safari destinations. Known as the Land of Kilimanjaro and Zanzibar, Tanzania stands out distinctively acclaimed for offering diverse holiday that makes splendid drawcards to attract tourists.

It is a land of many wonders the hauntingly beautiful snow-capped peak of Kilmanjaro Africa’s highest mountain, the vast amphitheatre of The Ngorongoro Crater, the plains of the Serengeti where one can see the curvature of the earth, and Zanzibar Island brilliant with white beaches lapped by the warm turquoise waters of the Indian Ocean. Tanzania is also home to the earliest human remains and is rightfully called the ‘Cradle of Humanity’.

In Tanzania, the options for activities are endless, wildlife safaris in world famous Game parks with experiences such as driving, walking, bicycling, camel back, horse back, and night game driving, beach holidays in Zanzibar with activities like snorkeling, swimming, scuba diving or even lazing in the sand, Balloon Safaris in the Serengeti, Climbing Africa’s only symbol Mount Kilimanjaro or even social interaction with the Masai and the friendly locals.

Great names like Hamimgway and Livingstone have indeed given clear vision to the world about this country that has inspiring features true to African spirit. The word ‘SAFARI’ is universally known and we say KARIBU – WELCOME to our guests to Authentic Tanzania.

Tanzania now is roaring!


Getting There

Air Tanzania, Kenya Airways have scheduled flights linking Arusha with Dar es Salaam (in Tanzania), Nairobi (in Kenya). KLM at the same time offer scheduled flights from Europe into Arusha.


All visitors must have a visa and valid passport. Visas can be arranged on arrival at (Kilimanjaro Airport) in Arusha for US$ 50 (approx). Please check with your consulate for the most up-to-date information.


US$ Dollars are widely accepted. The local currency is the Tanzanian Shillings. Take cash and Travellers cheques, as few places accept credit cards.


GMT + 3


Yellow fever certificate compulsory. Malaria risk Visitors are advised to take anti-malaria tablets. Drink only purified or bottled water.

What to pack

For safaris light clothing during the day, Sturdy shoes and canvas hats. At night casual wear with a light cardigan. Insect repellent, camera, binoculars and sunglasses.


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