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Flights to Tanzania

Tantalizing Tanzania

The gateway to Kilimanjaro and Serengeti National Park, Tanzania is a destination that must be visited at least once in a lifetime. A haven for wildlife lovers, couples and adventurers.

So much is wrapped in such little place. While Tanzania is perhaps best known for its wildlife, the nation actually offers more than you imagine. Apart from rendezvous with the wild, this is a nation that guarantees you a warmer welcome, brings you closer to a fascinating culture, while allowing some free time at the beach. And when you are ready to embrace something more, it takes you to a land of ruins, brings you at the footsteps of Mount Kilimanjaro or takes a piece of your soul with delightful meals. Vibrancy is in its every scene!

Meeting Predators in Serengeti

Serengeti National Park should top your list when you decide to visitTanzania. Stretches of greenery, pristine dust, views from the Naabi Hill- everything about this place pumps up the adrenaline. It is one of the greatest wildlife watching destinations in the world. A visit is certainly unforgettable, particularly because you feast your eyes by watching zebras, meeting giraffes, encountering buffalos and coming closer to lions. The ‘Big Five’ make it a big hit for travellers.

Mount Kilimanjaro

Do you and your partner love adventure hikes and exploration trips? Then Mount Kilimanjaro is the Tanzanian destination for you. Twin summits of Kibo and Mawenzi, with the volcanic cone Shira make this place a must visit. See the Mt. Kilimanjaro National Park for encountering elusive leopards and chirpy elephants or else trek here (you don’t require technical trek knowledge or previous experience).

Dar-es-Salaam

Once a sleepy town is now a thriving city! This is the destination that gives you the inspiration to see, breathe and live different cultures. Visit its museums, check out fish markets and bazaars or simply enjoy safaris and tours that go from here.

Getting There

All commonwealth member states (except the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, Bangladesh, New Zealand, Nigeria, India and South Africa) require no visa to Tanzania for a stay of less than 3 months. The best way to get here is via air. Kilimanjaro International Airport and Julius Nyerere International Airport are the two major airports of this country with other airports in Arusha, Mwanza and Zanzibar. The region is well connected to Europe, Middle East, USA, Asia and Africa.

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