As the dry season suits perfectly for observing wildlife, the busy period from June to October is the best time to visit Tanzania. Even though the parks are overly crowded during these months, the Great Migration and wildebeest river crossing will make your jaw drop.
Moreover, this is also a fantastic time to explore Lake Natron without a pack of mosquitos around. Just bring a sweatshirt with you because the nights might be a tad chilly. November marks the beginning of the wet season, with the heaviest showers taking place between March and May.
January and February are good months to witness the calving in South Serengeti. Climbing the beautiful Kilimanjaro is another great plan. Besides, the trip during the wet season suggests less packed parks and significantly lower rates. So, why not just pack a raincoat?
Witness one of the greatest miracles of the world
Make a journey to highest mountain in Africa and enjoy its stunning views and amazing wildlife
Check out Tanzania's wild animals in a spectacular natural surrounding
Millions of pink flamingos gather on Lake Natron to lay eggs
Huge herds of elephants is a common picture in Tanzania, so come see these giants walking free in their natural habitat
Hippos may seem lazy when lying in a muddy, stinky pools, but quickly they can burst into loud fighting for territory and females. You can witness the spectacle during the dry season
Enjoy some of the finest beaches with a variety of activities, wildlife watching, and amazing surroundings to explore!
One of the best diving destinations of the world
Clove, cinnamon, turmeric, nutmeg, lemon grass, vanilla, black pepper, cardamom, saffron... This wonderful aroma spreads through the whole island!
Hiking in Africa can't be compared with anywhere else. Here you'll have the chance to enjoy stunning nature and some of the most unique plants and trees in the world
This unique World Herritage Site with stunning natural surroundings offers some of the best safari opportunities, archeologically important discoveries, and encounters with the Maasai tribe
This is a truly blessed season for fishermen!
Enjoy your favourite activity in Tanzania's various beautiful locations. You can try inland fishing as well as coastal and deep sea fishing
One of the most famous places in the world to see baboons is here in Tanzania, so don't miss your chance
It is not as bloody as the Spanish version nor as cruel as the Portuguese, but quite a picturesque spectacle
Charming and active chimps love to hang on the trees, jump around, and play. This reserve is a perfect place for seeing how they really behave in their natural habitat
Celebrate the Persian New Year in Zanzibar which has neatly been incorporated into tradition
Stunning view on the lake attracts people from all over the world, but repels the wildlife
See a breathtaking sight as these huge bats take to the air, launching off en-masse as they depart for their evening hunt...for fruit
Check out this amazing opportunity to see tens of thousands of wildebeests calves being born at the same time. See the struggle of protecting mothers and hunting predators as the harmony of the circle of life unfolds on the plains of Tanzania
Run 42 kilometres of amazing nature, endurance, and competition
These amazing trees that create such a unique and famous landscape for Africa are also sources of food and water for both people and animals
Much more than just a safari—learn about African nature and meet the people of various local tribes and see their performances and handcrafts
The beaches of Tanzania are among the best places to see this miracle of nature
A giant variety of bird species living in diverse natural habitats promises a great experience for birdwatchers