NZ$3177 per person twin shareGroup Tour TZMG06Tanzania Mountains & Sea Lodge Safari, 6 daysView Listing
NZ$3601 per person twin shareGroup TourTZCN07Tanzania - Northern Circuit Lodge Safari, 7 daysView Listing
Tanzania is an outstanding and varied East African Safari Destination. Top highlights include:
> Tarangire National Park and its large elephant herds
> Lake Manyara and it pink glow of flamingos
> Ngorongoro Crater, a collapsed volcano and home to an abundance of wildlife
> Trekking and walking: Mt Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro Highlands or on safari in the Serengeti
> Numerous places to 'get off the beaten track' in the Southern Parks and coast.
The long dry season runs from June through to October and the short dry season is in January and February The short rains in November and December and are less reliable than the 'long rains in from March through May.
Travelling during the rainy season shouldn't be discounted though, the wildlife is still there, their are moody skies and spectacular bursts of rain and lodges offer some excellent off-season rates.
Most nationalities require a visa to enter Tanzania. New Zealand passport holders can get a visa, which is valid for 3 months, upon arrival or apply in advance via the Tanzania embassy which is located in Australia.
There are no compulsory health requirements on entering Tanzania, although if you are travelling from a Yellow Fever infected country or have been in transit for more than 12 hours in a Yellow Fever country (Kenya and Uganda are on this list). It is highly recommended that your Tetanus and Polio vaccinations are up to date and you have been vaccinated for Hepatitis A & Typhoid. Malaria precautions are highly recommended, particularly during and after the rainy season and you should consult your health practitioner for the best advice on which precautions to take. *Please be aware that Health information is subject to change at any time and you should always double check these requirements at the time of booking and before travel.