Tanzania Safari Cost, F A Q, Prices for Safari Trips in Tanzania
Qn. What does Safari cost?
A. It depends, but probably you should budget from S200 per person a day is you are planning to combine some time on a safari and some in Zanzibar for a few days.
e can advise you on how much to spend on a safari.
A safari could cost much bigger because it provides the best out of your tour with the best camps, quality vehicles, good guides and best service, which all add up to the most beautiful safari than on the beach since all services are cheap not even convenient place to stay and may fail to get First Class beaches which all ends up to be inexpensive.
We can advise you on how much to spend on a safari.
Q. How do vehicles look like?
A. Vehicles used are either land cruisers or land rovers. In Northern Tanzania on a safari, but not minibuses. The vehicles here have a roof hatch that folds flat completely to give you a good visibility around. The vehicles are maintained in a very good standard and have inbuilt HF and VHF radio. Open sided vehicles are mainly used in Southern Tanzania however, they remain to be 4WD and completely side open sided open like the name suggests but remain the usual land cruises.
Q. Are these private?
A. All our safaris are private departures and never dealt in groups and to maintain standard and class all Northern Tanzania’s Journeys you are given, a private guide and vehicle.
Q. Who are our Guides?
A. Guiding is taken extremely serious by all camps in Tanzania throughout all the safari camps. The reputation on the quality and standard of the park is built on the Guides. With good knowledge of their subject, friendly and great to be with when it comes to experiencing the wilderness.
Q. What to take?
A. Guiding is taken extremely serious by all camps in Tanzania. Throughout all the safari camps, the reputation on the quality and standard of the park is build on the Guides with good knowledge of their subject friendly and great to be with when it comes to experience the wilderness.
Q. What to take?
A. The best thing to bring here is a binoculars. Since most safari camps have laundry service which may not require you to bring many clothes. But you to bring what best suites a safari a safari experience.
Q. When to go?
A. You have to see what happens in each month in your favour or visit the Tanzania
Q. How to get a visa.
A. On your arrival you can buy visas in Tanzania. However we recommended you to buy one as you go.
For more information visit visa and Customs procedures.
Q. Currency to take?
A. The US dollars and Tanzania’s shillings are the two best used currency in Tanzania.