Safari Vacation Faqs

Frequently Asked Questions

1How can I book for a safari?
Safari is a "Swahili" word which means journey. This word is also used worldwide. Please feel free to use our website for more information and learn about us. You can use our mailing address, but we encourage you to use our email address. Our online booking form is fast, easy and reliable. See our booking form.
2How far in advance should I book for safari?
It is advised to book as earlier as you can. Safari Tanzania Ltd as all other tour companies encourages early bookings to provide sufficient time to make all necessary arrangements such as airport transfers (if any), hotels/ lodges and campsites especially during high season (July and August) or Christmas holidays. Twelve weeks or more is the recommended time for booking.
33: When is the best time for tour in Tanzania?
Any time round the year is the best time to visit Tanzania as Safari Tanzania tour guides know where to take you for wildlife and birdlife viewing. Dry season (July - October) is the suitable time for beach holiday and diving as the sky is clear with sunshine the whole day. Because of its tropical weather the rains are not as heavy as in the Amazon forests.
44: Which is the best place to go on safari?
Tanzania has several mountains to climb including Mt. Kilimanjaro, Mt. Meru, Ol'doinyo Lenkai (Lengai) and Usambara Mountains. There are more than 10 National Parks that accommodate birdlife and wildlife as follows: Arusha National Park, Tarangire National Park, Mikumi National Park, Serengeti National Park, Manyara National Park, and Ngorongoro Crater. Tanzania has great historical sites like old slave trade markets and Museums. Cultural execution is undertaken as well. Let us know what interests you best and we will make arrangements for you and fulfill your dream!
55: What kind of food is available on safari & Lodges?
Most Hotels and Lodges cook traditional foods as well as varieties of palatable Western foods to suit your appetite. For our guests who choose to camp, the camping food is fresh, well prepared by our professional chefs. Special diet will be provided on request. Vegetarians will be served accordingly; nevertheless we will appreciate if we get informed in advance.
66: Is drinking water safe? Is it OK to drink water?
While on Safari we offer bottled water as it is safe for drinking. You can buy an extra bottle (s) of mineral water from super- markets or lodges where you will spend days and nights for reasonable price.
77: Can I take my children on safari?
Yes, indeed, you can bring your children to a game drive and mountain climbing and Safari Tanzania Tours and Safaris Ltd will share the skills and extraordinary experience in handling and caring for your children. Safari Tanzania tour guides will support you and your kids on Safari and Mountain climbing. Children aged 6 - 17 have the option like visiting schools and pen pals with other children in Tanzania, sharing some ideals and traditional games.