Tanzania Safaris Tour Holidays – Africa’s Most Famous Safari Destinations

Why Travel to Tanzania?

Tanzania, the “Land of Legends”, is home to Serengeti National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro, the Ngorongoro Crater, the annual wildebeest migration, and the tropical islands of Zanzibar. These are just some of the most famous places in Tanzania. A legendary African country with many other amazing features – wildlife, mountains, beaches, culture, and much more. Deks Safaris & Tours Africa offers a wide range of affordable Tanzania safaris to suit all tastes. From Tanzania safaris tour holidays in the Serengeti, Ngorongoro Crater, Selous, and other top safaris tour destinations in Tanzania to beach holidays in Zanzibar and Mount Kilimanjaro treks.

Tanzania Wildlife Safaris Tour

Best Ultimate Tanzania Safaris Tour Holidays Include:

Budget Camping Tanzania Safaris Tour & Budget Lodge Safaris in Tanzania

Visit Arusha, Great Rift Valley, Ngorongoro Crater, Northern Wildlife Park, and Southern Tanzania Wildlife Park including Mikumi Park, Ruaha National Park, Uzonwa Mountains, and Selous Wildlife Sanctuary. Affordable travel that brings you closer to nature, stays at or near game parks and attractions. Explore Tarangire National Park, Serengeti and Ngorongoro (Northern Safari Track), and Mikumi, Ruaha, and Selous Wild in Southern Tanzania Game Reserve. Starting with campsites, you’ll stay in specially selected safari lodges and similar accommodations to explore nature in style and comfort.

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Tanzania Wildlife Safaris Tour

3 Days Tanzania Wildlife Tour

3 Days Tanzania Wildlife Tour Ngorongoro Crater and Lake Manyara will allow you to explore the amazing wildlife and local beauty and culture of the local communities such as these two popular tourist destinations in Tanzania.

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3 Days Samburu Safari Kenya Tour

Explore the Samburu National Reserve with Deks Safaris & Tours Africa, the most trusted and trusted travel agency in Kenya on this 3-day Samburu Safari Kenya Cultural Tour. Deks Safaris & Tours Africa is your first choice for…

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5 Days camping safari in Tanzania

These 5 Days camping safaris in Tanzania attracts those who experience its stunning beauty. Four parks are located in Tanzania, an area that has preserved its purity in the ancient continent of Africa. Let’s find Lake Mayara Park.

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Overland Camping Tours, Overnight Safaris and Exclusive Tanzania Safaris Holiday

Take an extended trip to Africa to the best parks and islands of Zanzibar in Tanzania, as well as game parks in Kenya and many other famous safaris tour destinations in Tanzania. These tours in adventurous social groups in safari trucks to different safaris tour destinations in Tanzania by Deks Safaris. Arusha and Northern Safari Circuit (Lake Manyara, Ngorongoro, Serengeti, and Tarangire National Parks) and Kenyan Wildlife Parks including Maasai Mara. These are small group Tanzania safaris tour holidays that often combine comfortable camping with overnight stays in cabins or tented towns, providing a good balance between camping and accommodation.

Best Tanzania Ultimate Wildlife Excursions

Wildlife Safaris Tanzania Trip

6 Days Best Safari in Tanzania

Here are the 6 Days Best Safaris in Tanzania in some of Tanzania’s most famous parks. It will give you all the opportunities you want to experience in the park. You will be able to see all the large mammals and the big five from this safari.

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Tanzania Wildlife Adventure Safaris

8 Days Tanzania safari adventure

An iconic 8-day Tanzania safaris adventure where you will not only have the opportunity to visit all the parks on the northern Tanzanian safari circuit (including 3 nights in the Serengeti, perfect timing for us), but also an exciting…

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Tanzania Wildlife Safaris

8 Days Tanzania Safari tour

Our 8 Days Tanzania Safaris tour, Nature & Culture Tour provides the most comprehensive overview of the country’s parks and culture. You will visit all four of Tanzania’s famous Northern Track Parks for an unparalleled game drive.

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Detailed History Of Tanzania As The Best African Safari Destination

Brief History of Tanzania

The United Republic of Tanzania is one of the best safari tour destinations in Africa. It is bordered by Burundi, Rwanda, Malawi, Kenya, Uganda, Mozambique, the Democratic Republic of Congo, Comoros, and the Indian Ocean. The highest point in the country is Mount Kilimanjaro (the highest mountain in Africa) which offers some of the best mountaineering safaris tours in Tanzania and Africa. Tanzania has some of the oldest settlements on earth. The fossils found in Olduvai Gorge are 2 million years old. These early humans were later replaced by hunter/gatherers related to the Khoisan people of southern Africa.

After these early gatherers and hunters, tribes from West Africa began to migrate and settle in the country 2,000 years ago. The first foreigners (outside Africa) to arrive in the country were Arab and Persian traders. This destination has an exciting Tanzanian cultural safaris tour. They were joined in 1948 by the first Europeans, led by the Portuguese explorer Vasco da Gama. The Portuguese solved the cost problem in a relatively short time before the Arabs drove them out. Germany later colonized the country before the British took over after World War I. During this period, Indian Ocean islands such as Zanzibar were administered separately.

When Did Tanzania get Independent?

At independence in 1964, mainland Tanzania merged with the islands of Zanzibar to form the United Republic of Tanzania. Tanzania now has a population of about 56 million and 120 ethnic groups. Although these people all speak their language, they share knowledge of Swahili. To get the most out of your Tanzania safaris tour, you should know at least some Swahili.

Swahili is the language of communication in lower courts, primary schools, and parliamentary debates. English is mainly used in diplomacy, foreign trade, high courts, and secondary/tertiary institutions. The capital is Dodoma, but Dar es Salaam is by far the largest city. It is the commercial and cultural center of the country and houses most of the government institutions.

The Economy of Tanzania

Tanzania’s economy is heavily dependent on agriculture and tourism. The tourism industry accounts for about 17.5% of the country’s GDP, and more than 1.3 million tourists visit the country every year for unforgettable safaris to Tanzania. Therefore, the country has a very developed tourism industry compared to many African countries. Tanzania has some of the best safaris tour attractions in the world, making Tanzania safaris the best seller in East Africa. 38% of the country’s land is protected or reserved for conservation purposes. The country has 17 national parks, 40 protected areas, and several marine parks.

Tanzania is one of the top four countries for Deks Safaris & Tours Africa. While Kenya enjoys more publicity as a safari tourism destination, Tanzania is unique and amazing when it comes to gem hunting. Tanzania offers an amazing cultural safaris tour experience, beautiful landscapes, beaches, and wildlife encounters like no other. From breathtaking wildebeest treks in the Serengeti to the exotic beaches of Zanzibar, Tanzania has safaris and more.

Where to Go for Tanzania Wildlife Safaris Tour Holidays

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Serengeti National Park

Serengeti National Park is undoubtedly Tanzania’s most popular safaris tour destination. It is part of a wider ecosystem that also includes Kenya’s Simiyu and Mara regions.

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Ngorongoro Crater

Ngorongoro Crater Reserve

Ngorongoro Crater Reserve is located next to the Serengeti, 180 kilometers from the city of Arusha. It is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List and is considered one.

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Lake Manyara National Park

Tarangire National Park

Tarangire is the sixth largest park in Tanzania. The area is about 2,850 square kilometers. The park takes its name from the Tarangire River, which flows through the park.

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