Best of Tanzania Safaris – Tanzania is one of Africa’s top safari destinations to visit while in Africa. The epic country is filled with mesmerizing beauty from the top wildlife in famous national parks like Serengeti, and the giant Kilimanjaro to the pristine palm-fringed beaches that will make your African safari experience memorable. Safaris to Tanzania will leave nothing to admire on an African adventure.
Tanzania is known for big game sightseeing adventures and in addition to the Big Five, the country offers world-class birdlife, historical sites and beaches along the coast, and some of the best mountain trekking in the world at Kilimanjaro. Many travelers to Tanzania have been attracted by the spectacular attractions and natural wonders like Mountain Kilimanjaro and the Wildebeest Migration. Travelers all over the world annually travel to Tanzania to experience the spectacular sighting of the Wildebeest Migration.
Wildebeest Migration – Best of Tanzania Safaris
Wildebeest migration is the second largest unaltered mammal migration to ever occur on earth. Annually, over 1.5 million wildebeests and their entourage move from Tanzania’s Serengeti National Park to enter Kenya’s Masai Mara National Reserve as a result of a long round trek of dry lands. The long and circular migration is so challenging as the weak wildebeests are drawn in rivers, the crocodiles also take a share of the weak and the top predators hunt down the young and weak as well. You will experience this natural wonder with Best of Tanzania Safaris
Our well-crafted Tanzania Safari Packages guarantee wildebeest sightings while on your visit to Tanzania.
Tanzania safari cost – How much does a safari in Tanzania cost
When planning a safari to Tanzania, the major aspect to consider is your budget range. Tanzania safari prices vary depending on the kind of package you choose, how many days you plan to spend on safari and the kind of lodging you want to stay in while on safari.
We offer a wide variety of safari packages to our clients that range from budget, and mid-range to high-end luxury packages – well-designed to allow you to experience the African wilderness. Safaris with us will ensure amazing sightseeing opportunities in Tanzania, including chances to view and see some of the natural wonders of the world like the Great Wildebeest Migration.
Tanzania safari cost – A Tanzania mid-range safari with lodging goes for $350 to $400 per person, per day. A high-end luxury safari with all the trimmings ranges from $600 to about $1000 per person, per day.
What to do on your safari in Tanzania – Things to do while in Tanzania – Tanzania Safaris
Game drives in Tanzania
There is no better way of experiencing Tanzania’s wildlife than jumping into your safari car for game drives. You will drive through the sweet dotted plains with rolling savannahs that will unleash your safari imagination of wild untamed Africa. Best of Tanzania Safaris will allow you to experience game drive safaris which usually grant travelers opportunities to spot different wildlife species in different safari parks – with guaranteed Big Five sightings.
Game drives can be done in 4wd pop-up safari vehicles with a professional driver guide and they usually start very early in the morning at around 6:00 or 6:30 am. Game drives in Tanzania offer exceptional opportunities to spot the big five and other mammal species like ungulates (hooved animals) such as the eland, zebra, topi, kongoni, impala, and Grant’s gazelle with all other top game.
Hot air balloon rides – Best of Tanzania Luxury Safaris
Hot air balloon rides over Tanzania’s top safari parks like Serengeti National Park will offer you incredible views of the different wildlife below and the beauty of these safari parks. Imagine floating lazily in the sky at sunset, having great views of the dotted Serengeti! An interesting safari activity that you shouldn’t miss while in Tanzania
Birding safaris in Tanzania
Tanzania is a superb safari destination for birding safaris, with over 1,100 different species found in the country. Tanzania is home to 900 resident bird species and 200 registered migrant species. From the gigantic Marshall eagle to the delicate sunbird, the elusive Shoebill to the omnipresent Marabou, there is certainly something to please any keen twitcher!