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Most Tanzania hotels offer free cancellation. Consider booking refundable hotels rather than non-refundable ones. Just look for the ‘free cancellation’ message during your hotel search. Prices can vary, but right now we believe that flexibility matters.
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Tanzania is the home of Mount Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park, two lands of legend. Gaze up at Africa’s tallest mountain and see grazing wildlife. Travel to the island of Zanzibar for cultural sites and beach excursions.
Across the nation there are more than 13 national parks, many with land or air safaris offering views of Africa’s big game animals. See zebras, gazelles, giraffes, elephants, lions and numerous bird species in the huge Serengeti National Park. More than 1 million wildebeest migrate between here and Kenya’s Maasai Mara Game Park between July and October.
Look for the chimpanzees made famous by Jane Goodall at Gombe Stream National Park. Hike the trails of Udzungwa Mountains National Park to Sanje Waterfalls and watch for delicate African violets growing in the wild. Tarangire National Park is known for huge elephant herds, very large birds and ancient rock paintings near Kolo.
The Ngorongoro Crater is one of the most famous spots in Tanzania. See the abundant wildlife grazing in the crater, plains and Olduvai Gorge. This region and its animals formed the inspiration for Disney’s The Lion King film. Here in 1959, Mary Leakey discovered the skull of a human ancestor that lived over a million years ago.
In Kilimanjaro National Park, climb at least partway up the 19,340 feet (5,895 meters) of the very accessible Mount Kilimanjaro. Travel from tropical conditions through desert toward the snowy peak. Be sure to arrange proper gear and allow time for acclimation to the high altitudes.
Ferry to Zanzibar to see the remains of the country’s Slave Market in the Swahili Stone Town. Participate in turtle conservancy at Mnarani Natural Aquarium. Nungwi Beach and other spots along much of the island’s coastline offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy the sun, sand and water.
Fly into Zanzibar City, Kilimanjaro Airport or Tanzania’s capital of Dar es Salaam to access the country. Arrange safaris well in advance to ensure you can have your desired timing and locations.
A: Rent a car and feel like a local, not a tourist. Slide behind the wheel and discover everything that Dar es Salaam and Mwanza have to offer, from big-name attractions to off-the-beaten-path gems. Your own set of wheels is also a must if you intend to road trip around the region of Pwani or farther afield. Cheap Car Hire in Tanzania? We can help.
A: Tanzania has many airports of varying sizes. International flights generally touchdown at:
A: The most sought-after accommodation in Tanzania are hotels. Also in high demand are lodges, bed & breakfasts and guest houses.
A: Flights, wheels and a place to rest up when the day is over — we've got them covered. All you need to do is work out what combination of these is best for you. With Expedia, you can tailor your time away exactly how you like it, with loads of experiences and attractions on offer to boot.
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A: If Dar es Salaam is on your travel itinerary, you have loads of choices. The most frequented include Lugalo Golf Course, Water World and Julius Nyerere International Conference Centre — find your way to these to understand why.
St. Augustine University of Tanzania, Mwanza Port and Saanane National Park are well worth a visit if Mwanza is where you're planning on basing yourself.
Or, for some other new experiences, discover the reason why Kilimanjaro Golf Club, Mt. Meru and Natural History Museum are enticing attractions for people staying in Arusha.
Amazing property in a truly stunning place. Staff were soo friendly and helpful. Rooms were beautiful, clean, amazing views of the ocean/beach. Can’t recommend this property more
The hotel is nice! The AC worked well, the WIFI was OK, but not great, the dinner was delicious! The workers were very nice and they went above and beyond! The only I didn’t like was that I paid for a breakfast buffet, but during the two mornings, it was served a la Carte and it was kinda slow. Other ...
The Tembo hotel offers a very unique location, on a beautiful beach where small local boats are waiting to take you on a tour of beautiful small islets a few miles off the coast. Its historical setting and romantic architecture definitely add to the experience. The hotel is also at the center of ...
Was nice located in a beautiful beach very quiet food was good
Nice hotel but they need to do more to get to better quality of service For example tv Channel need to improve in the rooms and also bar service need to improve not to close out at 23h and kick out people whose can watch sports Chanel for example football because inside the room there is no premium ...
Great location, nice, rooms, tasty food, friendly and helpful staff
Very nice hotel and kind staff. Breakfast was amazing.