Safari’s crown jewel



Jun - Oct

Steadfast’s favourite time to visit

May - Nov

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Migration, Serengeti, Zanzibar

Safari’s crown jewel

Visit Tanzania

Great for: Wildebeest Migration, Kilimanjaro, rare wildlife sightings

Shaped by the ancient Great Rift Valley, Tanzania has some of the most diverse landscapes on the African continent. While the plains of the Serengeti National Park – home to the majority of the Great Wildebeest Migration – are certainly a highlight for safari-goers, Tanzania’s highlands and beaches have plenty to offer too.

Tree-climbing lions, endangered wild dogs and 30,000 animals roaming the floor of a volcanic caldera are just some of the exceptional sightings that await visitors. Then there’s the majesty of Kilimanjaro, Africa’s tallest peak, and the blissful barefoot luxury that awaits on Zanzibar, Mnemba and Tanzania’s other islands.


The Great Wildebeest Migration

Serengeti National Park

Ngorongoro Crater

Mount Kilimanjaro

Zanzibar and other islands

Big 5 and rare wildlife

Featured Itineraries

The Aven: Camps Bay, South Africa

Villa Lali: Matemwe, Zanzibar

From R44 022 per night for 16 people sharing


Mwiba Lodge: Mwiba Wildlife Reserve, Tanzania (4 nights)

Chuini Zanzibar Beach Lodge: Tanzania (4 nights)

From $9 520 per person sharing for 8 nights

Gran Melia: Arusha, Tanzania (1 night)

Nimali Tarangire: Tarangire National Park, Tanzania (3 nights)

Nimali Central Serengeti: Central Serengeti, Tanzania (2 nights)

Nimali Mara: Northern Serengeti (3 nights)

From $14281 per person sharing for 9 nights


UK: All British passport holders need a tourist or business visa to enter Tanzania. Tanzania has introduced an ‘e-visas’ system through which applications can be submitted and approved online in advance of travel.

USA: This means you must apply for your visa online at least a week or two before travel. A multiple-entry visa is the only type of visa available to holders of American passports.

EU: Most tourist visitors to Tanzania have to obtain a visa including citizens of the EU. Visitors can obtain visas upon arrival.

India: Unfortunately, India is not among the visa-exempt countries whose nationals do not need a visa to enter Tanzania. So yes, Indian nationals also need a Tanzanian visa to visit Tanzania.

UAE: If you have a UAE passport, then you need a Tanzania Visa for Citizens of the United Arab Emirates. 

Eastern Africa in general is a medium risk Malaria area. Malaria is still present and risk is dependent on the specific area you are visiting. We advise getting in touch with our team if you have any questions regarding the malaria risk in the area you will be visiting. Kenya, Tanzania, Rwanda and Uganda are medium risk areas and some of our clients choose to not take malaria prophylactics when visiting these destinations. Preventative methods including long sleeve shirts, long trousers and mosquito spray are advised, especially after sunset and in the rainy months. If you are traveling to Eastern Africa while pregnant, we advise you to consult with a doctor. The responsible decision is to take malaria prophylactics when visiting Malaria areas.

  • Peak Season: 6-12 months in advance
  • Mid Season: 3-6 months in advance
  • Low Season: 1-3 months in advance

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You are able to pay and carry USD in Tanzania. In restaurants and shops, credit and bank cards are charged in local currency. We advise carrying small amounts of USD for tips and extras.

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