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No. Travellers

International Adults
12+ years

International Children
Under 12 years

Resident Adults
12+ years

Resident Children
Under 12 years

Infants Under 2
International or Resident


No. Travellers

International Adults
12+ years

International Children
Under 12 years

Resident Adults
12+ years

Resident Children
Under 12 years

Infants Under 2
International or Resident

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Flying in and around Tanzania has never been easier!

With so many things to do, so many experiences to treasure you’ll be coming from Tanzania with many stories to tell. Most popular for its vast landscapes and mesmerising wildlife, Tanzania is one place that has something to be enjoyed by every type of traveller!

  • Summit Kilimanjaro and find yourself on top of the world!
  • Dust off your Safari hat and compass and track down the Big 5 and other local wildlife!
  • Witness magical sunsets that can only be experienced in most remotes part of Africa.
  • Indulge in a hot air balloon over breath-taking Serengeti landscapes
  • Escape to the Island Paradise island of Zanzibar!
Book with Tripindigo and get the best deals on local flights in Tanzania!
 

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What you can expect from Tanzania

Nature & Wildlife

Tanzania is full of exciting, fascinating and awe-inspiring experiences. The wildlife is unbelievable, from Big Five safaris to spot the lion, leopard, elephant, rhino and buffalo and the annual migration of millions of wildebeest in the Serengeti, to the ginormous whale sharks, enigmatic African painted dogs and man’s closest relatives, the agile chimpanzees. On a smaller scale, there are fabulously funky chameleons and literally hundreds of species of beautiful birds, fantastic fish and brilliant butterflies to be seen.

For the Fit & The Active

There are plenty of opportunities to get active too, whether it is scaling the highest point in Africa, Mount Kilimanjaro or the active volcano Ol Doinyo Lengai and swimming, snorkelling or scuba diving the pristine Indian Ocean. You can canoe, mountain bike, rock climb and abseil in some of the national parks, take a hot air balloon ride and there are plenty of spots that offer bush walks and night safaris to get an even closer animal encounter!

Island Paradise

The islands of Tanzania offer the traveller the ability to soak up the sun, chill out to the extreme and escape to paradise. Whether it is the spicy scents of Zanzibar or the private island of Fanjove, there are world-class beaches where you can read a book, sip a cocktail, get a massage, de-stress, and detach from everyday worries.

Historical Accolades

History comes alive at the prehistoric sites of Isimila and Olduvai Gorge, a fascinating insight into our Stone Age cousin’s lifestyles. More recent historical places can be found in Kilwa at the former gold and ivory trade city, in Kigoma where European explorers mapped the ‘unknown’ and in Zanzibar where you can learn about the cruelty of the slave trade. Modern day culture can be found with visits to settlements of the Maasai people and other Tanzanian tribes.

Whatever you are looking for, you can find it in Tanzania.

Book your cheap flight to Tanzania with Tripindigo today and begin ticking off the items on your bucket list!

Tanzania Travel Guides A - Z

 

 Airports & Airstrips in Tanzania

​And with Tripindigo it is easy to book your once-in-a-lifetime-safari as we offer flights to the following airports:

Hot Tip: flights can also be taken directly to your accommodation in a lot of cases. Tripindigo has a huge selection of domestic flights to get as close as possible to your destination, often only a short game drive away.

Information for visitors

Useful Information

Tanzania has three international airports:

  • Julius Nyerere International Airport at Dar es Salaam (DAR)

  • Kilimanjaro International Airport near Arusha in the north of Tanzania (JRO)

  • Zanzibar International Airport (ZNZ)

Most major cities have small airports and there are many landing strips that serve the islands and national parks.

  • Time zone: UTC / GMT +3

  • Currency: Tanzanian Shilling (TSh, often written as =/)

  • Driving: left-hand side of the road

  • Power Outlets: 220V-240V 50Hz. Plug types are ‘Type D & G (British)’

Country Tips

  • Respect local culture and customs

  • Tanzania does not accept old US dollar notes, make sure you have series 2009 or newer

  • Do not exchange with street sellers; banks usually offer the best rates of exchange

  • Use internet cafes but exercise caution - don't transmit sensitive data

  • It is advisable to hire a driver when hiring a car. Drivers are not expensive.

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