Blessed with an incredible wealth of wildlife, Tanzania presents arresting natural wonders fascinating wilderness and rich cultural heritage. If this is the place you want to plan your next holiday vacation, then there must be some questions coming to your mind.
We have listed some of the faqs asked by our visitors. Take a look and get those answers:
1. Is Tanzania safe to travel?
Yes, Tanzania is safe to travel. Just you need to follow some guidelines like not coming outside the camp without your guide. Same from the safari vehicle. Don’t stroll in the streets wearing heavy jewellery.
2. What is the best time to visit Tanzania?
Tanzania is good to visit all around the year. But when it comes to safaris and mountain trekking the dry season (late June-October) are the best. The conditions are outstanding with clear skies and very little humidity. The dry conditions draw all the wildlife out of their habitats to the watering hole and lack of vegetations gives a spectacular game viewing experience. Kilimanjaro is primed for trekking and the beaches are inviting with the arresting natural beauty.
3. Do I need a visa to travel to Tanzania?
A valid passport (beyond six months of your travel) is mandatory with an entry Visa.
4. Do I be Physically Fit to Enjoy My Trip?
If climbing Kilimanjaro is in your bucket list, then you don’t need to be a professional trekker to reach the summit. The things you need and some physical and mental fitness and strong ambition of success. We are here to take care of the rest.
5. What Type Of Vehicles Do You Use On Safari?
We use 4×4 safari vehicles with all the safety regulations and have comfortable seating. The vehicles are well-equipped with binoculars, animal and bird guide books and a first aid kit.
6. How Much Does A Safari Cost?
A safari is normally expensive though we have budget safari options too. Select your itinerary as per your interests and financial needs. Don’t compromise safety by going for cheap options. Just contact us for the details.
7. Can I Drink The Water In Tanzania?
Don’t drink tap water as tap water is not safe. Use bottled or mineral water to drink. Carry water purifier tablets for emergency.
8. What kind of clothing should I bring on safari?
Normally we recommend comfortable, casual, lightweight, washable and layered clothes. Cargo pants and capris are a good idea for outdoor safari activities. Bright color clothes should be avoided as it draws the attention of wild animals.
9. What kind of food should I expect on safari?
Tanzania cuisines are a blend of western and eastern flavours. Veg, non-veg, Dairy-free, Gluten-free every type of food is available. If you have any special dietary need you can intimate us in advance.
10. What medical care do I need before traveling to Tanzania?
Malaria and other mosquito-borne diseases are prevalent throughout Tanzania. Carry anti-malaria tablets and take precautions to avoid being bitten by mosquitoes. Also get all the mandatory vaccines before travelling to Tanzania.
11. What language is spoken in Tanzania?
Swahili and English are widely spoken in Tanzania. If you want to talk with the local learning some basics of Swahili will be much more helpful.
12. Do I/We Require Travel Insurance?
Yes, Travel insurance is highly recommended as nothing is more expensive than your life. Before purchasing any insurance just read the term and condition thoroughly.