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Joining Safaris Limited is an Adventure Travel Trade Association (ATTA) and an Association For The Promotion Of Tourism To Africa (APTA) member located in beautiful Tanzania. We offer group wildlife safaris, mountain hiking, backpacking, beach safaris, day trips, weekend excursions and cultural immersion programs.

We are a local tour company that recognizes the importance of education and conservation, for both our wildlife and native cultures. Conservation efforts in Africa are slowly improving, especially when local people receive the benefits of nature tourism. We hire and train local people, support local operations such as schools and conservation programs, and take care not harm the environment. So when you choose us for your next adventure, you will also be supporting the local economies and environment.

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Tanzania is perhaps the best safari destination in the world. The country takes preserving its natural resources seriously, with over 30% of its area under protected status. The more popular portion of the country for tourists is northern Tanzania. Be amazed at the great migration on the Serengeti. Visit the largest inactive volcanic caldera in the world at Ngorongoro Crater. See flamingos and walk around at Arusha National Park. Find herds of elephants and baobab trees in Tarangire, or witness the only place where lions climb trees at Lake Manyara. Even though all of these parks are close together geographically, each park is unique and definitely worth a visit.

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Your guide comes with years of study and experience to provide all of information on the local flora and fauna.Let Joining Safaris create the bespoke adventure of your lifetime!

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Plan your dream adventure with our Set Travel Plan feature. Choose from our itineraries or customize your journey.

Explore Around

Beyond the safari trails, discover local cultures, vibrant markets, and hidden gems.

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Experience a safari with the assurance of the Best Guide by your side. Let them be your companions in discovery and your guardians of safety.

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Travel with confidence knowing our Support 24/7 is at your service. Our team ensures seamless assistance around the clock.

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In our accommodations, experience the perfect fusion of luxury and the untamed beauty of Africa, setting a new benchmark for comfort.

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We've streamlined the process to make your journey from dream to reality as flawless as possible.

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Latest Tanzania Travel Faqs

Before going on a Tanzania Safari, it’s essential to research your travel itinerary, accommodations, and transportation modes. Also, it’s better to gain a little knowledge about the local culture, laws, and customs by doing proper research to avoid any kind of complications during Tanzania Travel.

Ensure you have the proper vaccinations, including for yellow fever and malaria. Additionally, check for visa requirements and pack appropriately for variable weather conditions. You can check our Tanzania Safari Packing List for more information on what to pack and what not to pack.

Tanzania is often considered the best destination for safaris due to its diverse ecosystems and abundant wildlife. The Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous Game Reserve, and Mount Kilimanjaro offer unparalleled viewing of the Big Five (lion, leopard, rhinoceros, elephant, and buffalo), alongside hundreds of bird species.

The best seasons for Safaris in Tanzania are during the dry season (June to October) and the wet season (January to February). The dry season is excellent for wildlife viewing as animals congregate around water sources. The wet season is ideal for bird-watching and witnessing the calving season of wildebeests.

When on Safari in Tanzania, wear neutral colors like khaki, beige, or olive green. These colors help blend in with the surroundings and don’t attract or scare off wildlife. Avoid wearing dark colors like black and navy blue as they can attract tsetse flies.

On a safari, we recommend wearing sturdy, comfortable shoes. If you plan on hiking or walking, consider lightweight hiking boots. Closed shoes will protect your feet from thorns, insect bites, and snake bites. Remember to break in new shoes before the trip to avoid discomfort.

The Tanzania Safari Cost can vary greatly depending on factors such as length of stay, types of accommodations, and the number of activities. On average, you can expect to pay between USD 200 – USD 800 per person per day for mid-range safaris. Luxury safaris can cost over $ 1000 and can go anywhere beyond USD 2000.

One word which can describe wildlife viewing in Tanzania is exceptional. The country’s vast national parks and reserves are home to a high concentration of wildlife. From the wildebeest migration in the Serengeti to the largest population of elephants in the Tarangire National Park, Tanzania offers remarkable wildlife experiences.

Yes, it is generally considered a safe destination from a travel point of view. The country’s political situation is stable, and crimes against tourists are rare. However, like with any travel destination, it’s important to take standard safety precautions. Always be aware of your surroundings and avoid displaying expensive items in public, as it is better to be safe than sorry.

The Great Wildebeest Migration in Tanzania generally starts around late June and lasts until October. However, this can vary based on rainfall patterns. During this time, herds of over a million wildebeest, along with zebras and gazelles, start moving from Serengeti in Tanzania to the greener pastures of Maasai Mara in Kenya.

Yes! It is. Tanzania is a great safari destination for families willing to gain wildlife viewing experiences. With numerous family-friendly lodges and campsites, it offers a variety of experiences that can be enjoyed by both adults and children. Moreover, many tour operators ensure to include some family-oriented itineraries in their Tanzania Safari Packages that include activities relating to wildlife and local culture.


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