Tanzania

Elephant, safari, South Africa
The Ngorongoro crater is a Tanzanian icon and a go-to location for a breathtaking safari experience. But there are may treasures to be discovered beyond the rim, too, writes Sarah Gilbert. 

With the promise of unrivalled sightseeing, it’s no wonder an African safari is at the …

Day 1: Fly to Arusha’s Kilimanjaro Airport via Dar es Salaam. Upon arrival be greeted …

Jean-Michel Cousteau Resort

Joanna Tovia outlines some of the best kids' clubs and villages at luxury resorts, …

Leopard, Safari

Phoebe Stenning outlines some of the best African photographic tour options, where the …

Specialist Luxury Travel Agents for Tanzania

Specialising in: Worldwide travel

TANZANIA ITINERARIES

16-day Itinerary // Tanzania

Day 1: Fly to Arusha’s Kilimanjaro Airport via Dar es Salaam. Upon arrival be greeted …

 
 

Latest articles

tanzania safari
Do This // Safari Tanzania

The Ngorongoro Crater is a Tanzanian icon and a go-to location for a breathtaking …

Article
Executive Edge
Luxury travel insider

Katie Milton speaks to Sally Bird, co-founder and director of Executive Edge Travel + …

Article
Stay here

As well-travelled families demand more for their children on holidays, the days of the …

Article

Specialising in: Worldwide travel

 

Weather to go

The size of Tanzania means that the climate within the various topographical regions differs greatly. Located close to the Equator, the climate is tropical, however over the past few years African weather patterns have become increasingly unpredictable due to the effects of global warming. Generally however, the coastal areas are hot and humid whereas the northwestern highlands experience cooler weather and more temperate conditions. The best time to visit Tanzania is during the long dry season (Jun-Oct), where humidity is low, rainfall is unusual and the days consist of clear skies and sunny weather. While the central plateau generally remains dry for the entire year, the other regions endure two rainy seasons. The short rains (Nov-Dec) rarely effect travellers on safari, while the long rains (March-May) see a daily downpour that is accompanied by high humidity.

 

 

Best places to stay

Coming soon...

 
Web design by Komosion | Powered by Komodo Canvas