Have you always wanted to do an African Safari? Better yet, exploring the game reserves in Tanzania and seeing the big 5 animals?
From the lion that reigns as the king of the land to elephants, leopards, giraffes, and more, the African continent promises to give you an experience that you cannot get elsewhere.
If exploring the wilderness definitely sounds like the type of thrill that you want to experience, then book a safari experience in Tanzania.
What kind of budget do you need for a Tanzanian safari?
There are different budgets and experiences for the different types of safari tours that you want to enjoy.
Tanzanian safari tours offered by local tour operators can start from a few hundred to a couple of thousand dollars.
For the luxury Tanzanian safaris, the experiences can rise to the tens of thousands of dollars.
Can you do a Tanzanian camping safari?
Of course! That’s a part of the whole experience. And you can have a choice of a more rugged, glamourous, or even luxury experience depending on the type of camping experience that you would like to have.
Which places can you expect to visit in Tanzania?
- Lake Manyara National Park
- Serengeti National Park
- Ngorongoro Crater
- Tarangire National Park
What are some things that you should be aware of before deciding to go on a Tanzanian Safari?
Be prepared for bumpy and dusty rides.
It will be a dusty experience.
Make sure that you prepare clothing and accessories such as sunglasses to help keep the dust out of your eyes. Also make sure you bring a dust cloth.
Invest in good cameras and binoculars.
You need to be able to see long range. So make sure you invest in a very good set of binoculars.
Carry mosquito and insect repellent.
It depends on the time of year, but the insects can get pretty intense while you are out on your safari adventure. Carry DEET to help with keeping them away from you.
You’re going out into the wilderness to see animals in their natural habitat. You’re going to spend a good amount of time under the sun.
Wear the right shoes for going on safari.
The last thing you want to have happen is to get an injury and not be able to enjoy the safari experience that you have paid for. Invest in hiking boots that will keep your ankles sturdy and safe.
Tipping is expected.
Bring enough cash (around $500) and be courteous with tipping.
Ready to book your Tanzanian safari holiday?
Click on the link below to start booking your safari holiday.