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Tanzania Travel Guide

Where to Go in Tanzania

Where to Go in Tanzania Comprising the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater and Tarangire National Parks, Tanzania’s famous northern safari region is where to go for classic game viewing and the wildebeest migration. But the country’s long tropical coastline is home to fabulous beaches as well as can’t-miss Zanzibar and other tropical islands – and that’s before you discover...
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Tanzania Travel Advice

There’s nothing like up-to-date, relevant travel information direct from the experts – get Tranquil Journeys Tours’s essential Tanzania travel advice before you go. Money & Spending Tanzania’s unit of currency is the Tanzanian Shilling but our advice is to use US Dollars only – and in cash: credit cards and traveller’s cheques (although accepted in...
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Lake Tanganyika Safari

Lake Tanganyika is the second deepest and, by volume, the second largest lake in the world (after Siberia’s Lake Baikal in both respects). It lies in four countries’ territories: a little in each of Burundi and Zambia, and more than 40 percent in each of the Democratic Republic of Congo and Tanzania. Part of the...
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Lake Manyara Accommodation

Accommodation in Lake Manyara National Park is limited to a handful of safari lodges with only a single accommodation set inside the park itself. If you’re looking for an adventure in one of northern Tanzania’s least visited safari destinations, our selection of Lake Manyara accommodation is sure to inspire you and will make planning your...
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mount kilimanjaro accommodation

Kilimanjaro Accommodation

Accommodation located around Mount Kilimanjaro ranges from luxury wilderness lodges to comfortable tented camps – enough to suit all tastes, budgets and trip types. Whether you’re looking for a stopover before your Kili climb or a relaxing safari lodge from which to explore the area, our selection of Mount Kilimanjaro accommodation is sure to inspire...
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Best Time to Visit Tanzania

A huge country with much regional variation in geography and climate plus two distinct rainy seasons, the question of when to go to Tanzania depends on what it is that you want to experience. The best time to go to Tanzania for the Serengeti Migration is between November and August but you’ll need to be...
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