Our Tanzania travel advisors are unmatched in their level of expertise. In order to be designated a Tanzania specialist, our consultants must not only be experienced in designing travel, they must also spend extensive time in the country. They are constantly researching the best properties and places to see and experience. You can be confident that you have found the top source for information and travel opportunities in Tanzania. Contact one of our Tanzania travel advisors above to get started.
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Can I climb Mount Kilimanjaro?
Yes! We work with a local ground operator to help ensure our clients receive the best and safest guides to accomplish this feat. The guides are all trained in first aid, mountain craft, natural history, and ecological awareness. Our ground operator is also one of few operators to carry oxygen bottles, portable altitude chambers, and multiple communication methods to ensure client safety. The mountain is best climbed in September and October and January or February. Our ground operator’s success rate with summiting is 95%. We recommend adding an extra day to your route to improve your chance of summiting. It is also important to remember that good preparation is essential.
Do you recommend going on safari in Tanzania?
Absolutely. In fact, some of the best game viewing is in Tanzania. It is one of Africa’s most scenically beautiful countries, and is home to the famed Serengeti National Park. View game from the traditional safari-style vehicle, or even arrange to see the vast lands via hot air balloon!
What shots do I need to get before entering Tanzania?
The most important immunization you need is a yellow fever shot. It is absolutely mandatory. In fact, you must present your yellow fever immunization card at customs when entering the country.